A highly interesting little museum where time has stood still since the early 1920's.
We went there because we were traveling through Hermansville and had some time to spare, but it turned out to be a beautiful gem.
The museum encompasses the administrative section of IXL company, which from 1880 or so set the standard in the US for producing hardwood floors, and also, on the second floor, the rooms the company owner and his family lived in. Everything seems to be frozen in time. A truely amazing experience.
The staff is very knowledgeable and gave us an impromptu tour of the whole building.
The museum has no entrance fee, but operates on a donation basis. Highly recommended! Take your time to take it all in.
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