Artifacts - Visitors Top Picks

Our Visitor's Top 6 Picks

The artifacts on display at the museum are not just objects, they are tangible evidence of the struggles and triumphs of our ancestors. By examining the tools and machinery they used, we can gain an appreciation for their resourcefulness and creativity. By studying their methods of farming, gardening, and blacksmithing, we can understand how they adapted to their environment and developed techniques that are still relevant today.

Hit and Miss Engine

Marvel at the Hit and Miss Engine, a rare gem of antique farm equipment that will transport you to a bygone era. This Hit and Miss engine incredibly still works. While these engines were once a mainstay on farms, they are now a rare sight to behold. Come explore our collection of antique farm equipment and discover the unique history of the tools that once helped to shape our agricultural landscape. Don't miss your chance to witness the past come to life before your very eyes!

1800's Carriage

Behold the exquisite 1800's English-made carriage, a true masterpiece captured in this photo. This magnificent carriage boasts impressive features such as lanterns that light the way ahead, and a front seat that cleverly lifts to allow passengers to access the spacious back seat, which can be flipped to face forward or backward. The intricate details of this carriage are a testament to the exceptional craftsmanship of its time, making it a true beauty to behold. It's a delightful glimpse into the past.

Butter Churners

Prepare to be mesmerized by our stunning collection of antique butter churns! We have several incredible churns, each with a unique make, design, and material. These churns are not just objects, they are a window into the past, and a testament to the hard work and ingenuity of our ancestors. Each churn tells its own story of how butter was made and enjoyed in days gone by. If you're curious to learn more, come visit us at the museum and delve into the rich history of butter making. You won't be disappointed!


Experience the magic of the early 1900s with our collection of gramophones, not just one but two, in perfect working condition! Listen in awe as the needle gently glides across the grooves of a vintage record, bringing the past to life before your very ears. This is not just a mere record player, it's a piece of history that has stood the test of time. And the best part? You can witness it all in person at the A Walk Through Time Museum! Don't miss out on this rare opportunity to step back in time and immerse yourself in the nostalgic sounds of a bygone era.

Steamer Trunk

Journey back in time to the golden age of travel with our remarkable steamer trunk, a cherished relic of a bygone era. Originally used to transport personal belongings on steamships, this particular travel trunk has a fascinating history. It once carried the luggage of Eileen Lott, a woman traveling from Southampton, England to Montreal. Imagine the excitement and anticipation she must have felt as she packed her cherished possessions into this very trunk, embarking on a journey across the sea. Come see this remarkable piece of history for yourself, and discover the stories and memories that it holds within its sturdy frame.

Hoosier Cabinet

Step back in time with our stunning Hoosier cabinet, the jewel of our dining room collection. This multifunctional piece is not just a cupboard, but a free-standing kitchen cabinet and workstation all in one. With its remarkable craftsmanship and intricate design, this Hoosier cabinet is believed to be almost a century old. Come marvel at the beauty and functionality of this unique antique, and imagine the delicious meals that have been created on its spacious workspace over the years.