Preserving Coronach's Heritage
Transport back to a time when dining rooms were only used for special occasions and when guests visited your home.
The museum's past as a town hospital remains, with an x-ray room that takes visitors to the past.
The bathroom exhibits past bathing and hygiene practices with a claw foot tub, washstand, hair dryer, and indoor potty.
The room displays a loom, a spinning wheel, as well as wool carders, knitting machines, and other fiber arts tools.
The communication room offers a wide array of artifacts providing insights into the town's communication history.
The kitchen has vintage artifacts, including an old McClary Cook Stove with ashes and a clinker to discover on your visit.
The museum's operating and delivery room contains artifacts used by the early settlers of Coronach.
The shop displays a collection of artifacts including license plates from 1919 to 1977, giving insight into transportation history.
The school room has an impressive amount of books, a dream come true for all book lovers.
The church room displays the fascinating histories of the churches that called Coronach home over the years.
The library has historical artifacts like World War II ration books, catalogs, photo albums, and newspapers.
The toy room is a must-see for vintage playthings like paper dolls, tin dishes, tea sets, and a 1912 toy sewing machine.
The antique-furnished bedroom transports you to a bygone era, a treasure trove of history and nostalgia.
The office room at Coronach museum provides a fascinating insight into the town's past with intriguing relics.
The General Store is a highlight of the museum, showcasing historical artifacts that offer a glimpse into early settlers' lives.