Why Go? Step into a part of history! The Iron Creek Museum consists of several heritage buildings which were moved on site including E.H. Hudson’s law office, Archie Beazer’s shoe shop and a Homesteader’s cabin. They are full of items from founding families as well as artifacts donated by other locals who were eager to contribute. You won’t miss the bright orange elevator when heading into the village! The museum still accepts donations, just call or stop by for more information.
The Iron Creek Museum is open in the summer, however, they occasionally host an old time Christmas concert in the school and fire up the wood furnace and pack the people in – just like the old days. Come visit!