The museum has twenty-one structures with seventeen authentic 19th century buildings dating from 1807-1885, nestled quietly in 80 acres of Hodge Park. Surrounded by trees and absence of modern civilization, this town brings the 1800's back to life. Our historic log cabins and homes were relocated from surrounding counties to create a village setting.
Admission is free unless you arrive on an event day. Typically you cannot enter the buildings at the museum, but they are opened during special events. Make sure to check the museum's schedule to see if any special events are on the horizon! The Shoal Creek History Museum comes to life during events the buildings are opened and reenactors can be seen roaming the grounds.