The Real County Historical Museum preserves pioneer ways through a replicated log-cabin parlor, kitchen and bedroom, all furnished with pieces donated by local families. A large collection shows local stone dartpoints used by prehistoric Native Americans. There is also an ornate 1880s horse-drawn hearse pulled in local parades. An adjacent former blacksmith shop houses ranch relics, including a hand-powered wool and mohair shearing machine. Outside exhibits show farm implements, a log corn crib and jail cells from the 1910s.
Real County Historical Museum
Adults: $1, Ages 11 and under: $0.50
March - December
Friday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.