|LDub standing next to a Conestoga Wagon.|
|Sign directing you to the entrance.|
|Mr. Ken Hoak who is the Curator|
and President Emeritus of the
Conestoga Historical Society.
|A display on the top floor of the barn|
shows period furniture and accessories.
|This display on the same level shows an old ice cream parlor.|
This is a replica of the Andrew Howard Confectionary from
the 1860s. It is the earliest record of an ice cream shop
in Millersville and was locate on North George Street.
|The second floor has quite a few show cases filled with the wildlife of the area.|
|This showcase displays the long-tailed Weasel during the summer phase on the left and the winter phase on the right.|
|John Stuart, the Earl of Bute is wearing a cape featuring tails from the winter phase weasel. You can tell by the black spots on the cape which are the tip of the weasel's tail.|
|This outdoor chart shows the many out-buildings around the main museum.|
|This is the Stephen Atkinson log cabin. It was moved from the Sunnyside area of Lancaster City in 1997, restored and opened in 1998.|
|This is the outhouse with the German Four-square garden.|
|Interior photo of the cabin.|
|Two photos of the interior of the Tobias Stehman Blacksmith shop from 1880.|
|A black and white photo showing the tannery as it used to look.|
|Interior of the Samuel Myers tannery after being relocated and restored. It was built in 1812.|