The simple white home, once used by tannery workers, is now the site of a local history collection which includes several rooms of furniture and decorative arts such as quilts from the 1880s and a collection of wildlife sketches and prints by noted illustrator Paul Bransom. An old-time general store is set up in another building and the large barn (circa 1860) contains farm tools and a display about local tanneries with maps, diagrams and photographs. Special Events: Workshops, guided historic hikes, lectures, storytelling programs.
Open: July-Aug, Wed-Sun, 1-4pm. Free.