This museum has three floors and tons of displays. The museum displays the Amish, Swiss, and German heritage of the area. There are interactive and static exhibits. They do a good job of showing how people lived, and live, in the area. There are many displays showing the insides of homes and businesses in the past. There is an audio narration accompanying many of these displays, which is a nice touch. Everywhere you turn in this museum you will find an artifact. It is stuffed with items to look at. The overall time in museum will depend on how long one stops to read and look at each artifact. One could spend between 1 to 3 hours in this place. There are many interesting items to look at. This museum also serves as the information center for the town and is a must stop if in the area. When we went the museum was free, but accepted donations. It would be a good idea to bring a little cash to donate, so the museum can continue.