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Molson Schoolhouse Museum

Walk back in history at the Molson Schoolhouse Museum. This 3 story brick building was once the local schoolhouse before being closed to students in 1969. The Molson Museum now maintains a collection of historical materials inside the former schoolhouse, including an intact classroom providing a view into education at the time.

Today, visitors can tour the red brick school museum and enjoy the many splendid exhibits on life in the pioneer days. The museum is a fascinating collections of items from daily pioneer life to mining and farming exhibits. The museum provides a glimpse into the town's intriguing history and volunteers can often offer first hand accounts of Molson's history. Visit this hidden gem and the Molson Ghost Town, you will not be disappointed.

Thanks to the countless hours of hard work by many volunteers to gather exhibit items and sort them for display, the Molson Schoolhouse reopened as a museum in 1982. The museum is a living exhibit that continues to have items added to it each year. Volunteers staff the museum 7 days a week, 10a – 5p, from Memorial Day through Labor Day. There is no admission fee and donations are welcomed. Visit the Molson Museum website for more information.

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