Photo by Laura Fry
The preservation of the buildings and artifacts of history is important, but…..
Here at the Museum of Western Reserve Farms & Equipment we believe that unused tools are, in the end, little more than unknown pieces of wood and metal. We believe it is important to put the tools and skills of earlier times to work in the present day.
Of course, having the buildings and tools is only a beginning. We seek to put them to work. To this end the museum has established a school for the teaching of heritage skills. These classes are ideal for the learning of trades that are so quickly disappearing. For more information about heritage classes at the museum, please go to