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We spent an hour in the museum and learned about local history. Cumberland played an important role in our country's expansion west. The museum is low-tech, but it has a good collection of artifacts. The museum is free, so it's worth your time to go...More
Very nice museum about the local history. Kelly tries was in this area, so 3 rooms about the huge industry the have here. Nice displays, places to sit, bathrooms, beer display, many old furniture displays.
Stopped in here before visiting the station. The docent was friendly and quite knowledgeable. Lot of local history. You can roam at your leisure and the docent would pop in now and then to check on you. Free, but donations accepted.
The people at the museum were really great. We must of spent a half hour just talking to them about the history of Cumberland. The exhibit on Kelly tire manufacturing was also great. Had a great time and learned alot about the area.
Museum located on the second floor of this building. It is free, but donations accepted. Very interesting rooms about some of the industries in Cumberland since the late 1800's. They had a wonderful room about the glass making industry which my great grandfather participated in....More
While this is not a huge museum, we found it quite fascinating to visit. It was FREE (but donations were accepted). There was a friendly volunteer who walked us through the entire museum and told us lots of cool information. Very worth our time!
Very well organized collection of local artifacts that were honestly fun to look at. Not your typical stuffy museum. We enjoyed learning more about the history of this area including local businesses. A great place to spend an hour with a very friendly curator on...More
The building(the former courthouse, ca. 1900) is undergoing extensive renovations to return it to it original lustre. In the meantime, there are some very interesting exhibits to view, especially from the Kelly Tire Company.