Interesting assortment of artifacts and of "junk". Loved the beautiful antique piano. As well as the collection of shoes. There's a $3 donation. As another reviewer said, they need to identify and organize everything. Some had been but the handwritten notes have deteriorated and hard to read. Many had no identification and so you don't know what you're looking at. Many things are just stacked around and under and on top of other things. Some look like they have no significance. But if identified, they might have. It appears school age children made a collection from friends and neighbors and just put them wherever there was an empty spot and nobody has kept them organized..
We enjoyed it anyway. It could be a really nice museum if organized and identified by someone who knows what they are doing - somewhat like Temecula museum - very nice little museum.
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