This museum holds a fascinating collection of 19th- and early 20th-century farm tools and equipment as well as household items that early pioneers would have used in the days before electricity. Butter churns, woodworking tools, wood stoves, covered wagons, blacksmithing tools, and looms are among the many items that you'll find in this former horse barn, which is on the campus of the Ellington Agricultural Center. Hours of operation are limited to weekdays except for special summer events, so plan ahead. There's ample parking and rarely a crowd; helpful volunteers are on hand to answer questions.