The Roundhouse Museum was part of Dr. Smith's Neutral Water Health Resort in the early 1900s. Housed in a 1800 sq.ft. 16-sided building, it is registered as a National Historic site. The contents are collected to help maintain the German "PIONIEREN" heritage.
The museum displays various local products from the past including: cut glass, photographs, musical items, local genealogies, early city records, early newspapers in German and English, wine industry, clothing industry, boat building and Dr. Smith's Health Spa. Several books and reproductions are for sale.
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