This museum is a privately built and owned non-profit museum. The mission of this museum is "to educate today's generation about yesterday's rural Campbell County; 1845 through about 1965." The museum consists of two re-constructed log cabins, which were built before the Civil War. From 1982 to 1996, both cabins were rebuilt by the owner along with friends and relatives to look as if they had been originally located at the present site. Besides the cabins, there is an extensive collection of old/antique farm equipment, steam engine, tools and household items. Maps, school books, a blacksmith shop, a broom makers shop, two windmills, a replica covered bridge, and three antique farm tractors are all part of the permanent collection.