Keystone Historical Museum
TAKE A TRIP INTO YESTERYEAR
The Keystone Historical Museum is housed in the old Keystone Schoolhouse building of early Victorian architecture. Built in 1900, it served as Keystone's full-time school until 1988.
The Museum houses early day mining tools, historic pictures and photo collections, rock and mineral collections, and historic displays including Carrie Ingalls memorabilia.
The Keystone Historical Museum houses marvelous photo collections of Keystone and her citizens over the years. An excellent genealogical resource and reference point.
Original organ used in the
Keystone Congregational Church.
ANTIQUE FURNITURE AND ARTIFACTS
The Keystone Historical Museum houses a variety of antique school furniture and artifacts from mining and carving days in Keystone.
SECOND FLOOR CLASSROOMS
The original second floor classrooms have been left intact to portray yesteryear's typical schoolroom. These classrooms were employed during the 1990s as accommodations for the Living History School experience provided to area children.