The Central Museum Building
The Central Museum Building, fashioned after the Beaver Creek Ranch Round Barn, is the starting point for your visit to the museum. It has two floors of exhibits of items from the local area as well as the administrative office and a third story observation loft.
We have an extensive library of historical documents for those interested in researching local history. We have large collection of Native American baskets, artwork and a dugout canoe. Other exhibits include Civil War era uniforms, a gun collection, pictures, and much more.
Here is where you can meet the curator and docents and start your tour of the rest of the museum.