History of vinyl records by Ron Brown (Mar 4)

Join Ron Brown as he takes us on a musical ride back down memory lane demonstrating the significance of vinly records

and how they still play a role in the music industry today.

Time: 11am

An Adventure through Lego Land! (Feb 25)

Bring the kids of all ages to the Museum for a fun afternoon of building an adventure with Legos!

Time 11am - 1pm

 

Fun with Arcade & Video Games (Feb 18)

Jacob Herd, a local volunteer of the Museum will showcase the difference of old arcard games vs. new video games of today!

Fun for the entire family!

Time:  11am-3pm

 

Woodworking by Charles Wood (Jan 28)

January is filled with a month of Woodworking by local artisans.  

On Saturday, January 28, Charles Wood will demonstrate the art of chair caning.

Time: 11am -3pm

Cost: Museum Members Free; Non-members $5 (adults); $3 (senior adults & students) 

Woodworking by Scottie Mayfield (Jan 14)

January is filled with a month of Woodworking by local artisans.  

On Saturday, January 14, Scottie Mayfield will demonstrate the art of making birdfeeders.

This will be fun for all ages, but targeted towards children 8-12 old.

Time: 1pm-3pm

Cost: Museum Members Free; Non-members $5 (adults); $3 (senior adults & students) 

Woodworking by George McCollum (Jan 7)

January is filled with a month of Woodworking by local artisans.  

On Saturday, January 7, George McCollum will demonstrate the art of making baskets.

Time: 11am -1pm

Cost: Museum Members Free; Non-members $5 (adults); $3 (senior adults & students) 

Closed-Holiday

The Museum will be closed in observance of New Year's Day.

The Museum will re-open on Tuesday, January 3 at 10:00am

Happy New Year from the staff and volunteers!

Closed- Holiday

The Museum will be closed in observance of the Christmas Holiday.

The office will re-open on Tuesday, December 27 at 10:00am.

Merry Christmas from the Museum staff and vollunteers!

Alvin York WWI Exhibit (Nov 15-Feb 4, 2017)

"In the Footsteps of Sergeant York"...exploring the expeditions and history of the Alvin York story, and sheds a new light on what really happened on the fateful day in October 1918 that made Sergeant York one America's best known military heroes.

The temporary exhibit will be on display from November 15, 2016  - February 4, 2017

Tuesday- Friday (10am -5pm); Saturday (10am-4pm)

*800 Square feet of exhibit space *18 exhibit panels *9-minute documentary film

*8 exhibit cases with artifacts *Interactive website *QR codes to explore more information

Visit the Museum!

Tour the Museum to explore over 10,000 artifacts!

Tuesday - Friday (10am -5pm)

Saturday (10am -4pm)

*New McMinn County Schoolhouse display!