|McCreary County Museum|
|Location||1 Henderson Street, Stearns, Kentucky|
|Website||McCreary County Museum|
The McCreary County Museum, is housed in the former Stearns Coal and Lumber Company corporate headquarters in Stearns, Kentucky. The museum preserves and displays the area's history from the Indian and pioneer times towards its peak at the height of the coal and lumber industry boom. The exhibits include significant coverage of Appalachian life in McCreary County.
The first floor is filled with historic documents, objects, and photographs pertaining to McCreary County and the Stearns Coal & Lumber Company. The second floor has a replica bedroom and parlor from the early 1930s. Other exhibits display the culture and lifestyle of the people of McCreary County with social exhibits that include a replica church room, a sporting exhibit and musical exhibit.
The museum is adjacent to the depot of the Big South Fork Scenic Railway, a heritage railroad.
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