There was a switchboard you could fiddle with, plus an old phone booth.
For $2 you can ride a steam-powered carousel built back at the turn of the 20th century.
I chose to ride one of the horses. Notice, there's no poles, only stirrups and reins to help you hold on. And they rocked! Literally. Just a like the gait of a real horse. So cool.
You could also wander through an old log cabin, complete with wood stove, dry sink, and even a washing machine. (That's what I'm sitting beside on the porch.)
One last thing we toured was a barn full of old stuff.
All in all, the hour or so spent at the museum was well worth it.
What was the last museum you toured?
P.S. I've shared a bit more about the carousel on my group blog Stitches Thru Time.