Historic Courthouse Museum
The Historic Courthouse Museum is open
Thursdays, Noon to 4 P.M. and by appointment
Admission is free
Unfortunately there is no elevator in the Historic Courthouse. We can assist you by using the elevator in the Annex, but there is still one flight of stairs to reach the museum.
We are on the top floor in room 205
Current public exhibits accessible whenever the Courthouse is open include displays and photographs about:
Carl Brandenfels' Inventions and Businesses
DURING MUSEUM HOURS:
A special exhibit of local World War I materials is available inside the Museum. On display is an interesting collection of Dr. Cecil J. Ross ephemera including his daily diary, letters and souvenirs from his service in France. Local Red Cross activities are also featured.
PERMANENT EXHIBITS include: Peterson Basket collection, local maritime, schools, pioneer, logging, and railroad materials.