A few buildings that would have been found in an early settlement have been recreated in the museum. The schoolhouse, store and 1920s home all have hands-on exhibits for kids. Other exhibits feature donated items and tell a bit of the history of South Jordon, Utah.
The museum is accessible. A dugout, located outside, can be viewed from the sidewalk. Farm equipment is in the rear of the building but we did not go back there so I don’t know about the accessibility. The granary can be viewed from the parking lot.
The parking lot is large enough for RVs.