Exhibits

New Exhibits

Clayton Women’s Bowling Association Display, including trophies, pictures, pins, ribbons, etc.

Business Display including a Dictaphone, early typewriter, rotary dial phone and memorabilia from local businesses.

Chair President Franklin Roosevelt sat in during the Dedication Ceremony for the Thousand Islands Bridge, along with a video display on large screen TV with building of bridge from start through Dedication Ceremony

On the hutch from May Irwin’s cottage, a media player showing the Travel Channel’s Mysteries at the Museum. See what they thought was mysterious at the T.I. Museum. Video will also include footage from the nitrate film by Ford Motor Company showing tour through the Thousand Islands.

Ladies Display including old hats, jewelry, fans, beaded purses, etc.

Permanent Exhibits

A Military Display dating from the Civil War to Operation Iraqi Freedom – includes original Civil War documents. New for 2017 the Congressional Medal of Honor awarded to Clayton resident, Joseph Lonsway, during the Civil War

911 Display Including a piece of steel from the Twin Towers

One Room Schoolhouse

A Country Kitchen

Other Exhibits

Frontenac Hotel & Calumet Island Display

Horse Racing on Ice

Alpheus Keech – Paintings & Paddles

St. Lawrence Skiff

Frink Sno-Plows display including salesman models of plows and video showing plowing at Tug Hill in early 1930’s.