This small museum chronicles the history of High Point and surrounding areas, with lots of photographs and historical documents. There are also a couple of historical building, including the one room Hoggart House, which was rebuilt after recently being struck by lightning. The collection is more geared to adults; young children will likely become bored fairly quickly, but do seem to enjoy the full-size bus cab in one display. The museum offers several interesting programs throughout the year, such as pioneer re-enactments, pioneer cooking demonstrations, and craft activities. These offerings tend to be enjoyed by both adults and children, as they are often "hands-on" with historical interpreters. Admission is free, as are most events.