Located in a reproduction of the Round Stone Barn at Hancock Shaker Village, the Automobile Gallery features more than thirty of the finest antique American automobiles. Featured cars include a 1909 White Steam Car which was part of the first official White House automobile fleet; a
Old East Windmill The Old East Windmill, built in 1800 in Orleans, Massachusetts, served that community for 93 years grinding wheat, rye, barley and salt from the local salt works. During the Civil War, the windmill also ground corn meal to be used as field rations for Union soldiers.
You’ll find one of the best collections of American Folk Art in the country within this gallery including portraits, cigar-store figures, Nantucket Lightship baskets, tavern and shops signs, scrimshaw and more. The carousel is one of the most popular attractions at Heritage Muse
This building is a replica of a Revolutionary War fort originally located in New Windsor, New York. The original known as “The Temple” was where George Washington’s army spent the last winter of the Revolutionary War in 1783 and where Washington awarded the first thr