• Fish Or Cut Bait

    Summer camp kids get to experience a lot of outdoor activities that were essential for survival on the early American frontier

    Fish Or Cut Bait
  • 100% Wool

    April lambs quickly grow into sheep that will provide wool to be cleaned, carded, dyed, spun into yarn, woven into cloth, and ultimately turned into clothing or other textile products

    100% Wool
  • Easy As Pie

    Cooking and baking were an integral part of cultural activities on the early American Frontier

    Easy As Pie
  • Airing Our Dirty Laundry

    Every household chore on the early frontier was a challenge when compared to today

    Airing Our Dirty Laundry
  • Toddler & Preschooler Program

    Bring your toddler or preschooler to the Museum on select Saturdays to participate in activities and traditions associated with different cultural heritages.  Activities will vary each week. Please check the calendar for

    Toddler & Preschooler Program
  • Private Event Venues

    Looking for a special place to host your private event? The Frontier Culture Museum is pleased to be able to rent spaces to guests for use with their own privately hosted special events, and the success of each and every

    Private Event Venues
  • Exhibits

    To tell the story of early immigrants and their American descendants, the Museum has moved or reproduced examples of traditional rural buildings from England, Germany, Ireland, West Africa, and America. The Museum engages

    Exhibits