The society operates several museums, including the Neild Museum (which focuses on industrial and agricultural history), the 1760s Meredith House, the 1790 Goldsborough Stables, and a Colonial-style herb garden. In 2007, the Robbins Heritage Center was added to expand the exhibits on watermen, sharpshooter Annie Oakley (who used to live in town), and the canning and seafood industries. A porch overlooks Shoal Creek and a path leads to the water.