Farmers Exchange Museum
Address: 414 Caradoc Avenue
HOURS OF OPERATION
Open: May Long Weekend to September Long Weekend
Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 12:00 pm (NOON) to 4:00 pm
Sunday: 12:30 pm to 4:00 pm
Admission: Donations welcome!
The Farmers’ Exchange (Museum, Gift Gallery, Garden & Pottery Studio)
The Carbon Museum also known as the Farmers Exchange features a diverse array of Carbon and area artifacts. Featuring the “Murder Mystery”, which is a visual interpretation of the John Coward, unsolved murder, in Carbon during the height of the coal mining era.
Pottery Studio – Available Fall 2022: Create a masterpiece of your very own. Contact Shannon at (403) 333-8821 for more details or to book a class beginning Fall 2022. Click here for more information on Clay Day.
A heritage garden and a artesian gift shop are also located in this historic building.
- This year the Museum will be featuring a variety of Crafts by NEW Vendors
- While there check out the Historical Artifacts on display in the Museum as well as come and see a replica of an 1890 Steam Engine Train built by Gabe Ziegler
- Visit the upstairs of the museum and see the diorama of characters, play detective and try to solve the 100-year-old Unsolved MURDER MYSTERY
For an appointment after the season closes, please contact the Village Office @ 403-572-3244