Woodstock History Center Museum Exhibits
The first floor of the History Center’s museum is set up to look like the home of a prosperous nineteenth-century village merchant. It contains a kitchen with the original bee-hive oven. It also has both a Victorian-style and a Federal-style parlor.
The second floor of the History Center’s museum contains an example of a bedroom as well as four exhibit areas. The four themed exhibits focus on fans and fashion accessories, clothing, musical instruments, toys, and the creation of textiles.
Artifacts featured in the History Center’s museum include paintings by folk artist Thomas Ware, locally-made furniture, nineteenth-century clothing, and a wide assortment of dolls, games, and other treasures. Trained interpretive staff are stationed throughout the museum to answer questions about the museum’s collection as well as local history.