As you enter the village you will pass the Sheeks house,Granny White House,and Munsion house. You can see how pioneer Hoosiers lived. Each is a museum in it's own right.
View of front of the mill showing the water flume tthat drives the wheel. The water wheel is used to grind corn into meal and it can be used to run a saw mill.
In the village is a carriage house with some beautiful old carriages. You can still see carriages like this used today by the Amish in Southern Indiana.
When the water is released down the flume it hits the water wheel with a splash. I have seen the water come out over the top of the trough and knock people off their feet.