-Filled with artifacts, photographs and clothing, the museum helps a visitor to quickly understand what life was like in the 19th century. The museum also emphasizes the Welsh heritage of the Delta area and features Indian artifacts and Maryland and Pennsylvania railroad material.

-There are photos and memorabilia from the early slate quarry industry and the Welsh immigrants, railroad photo collections, information on the early businesses and genealogy.

-The museum is home to the "Slate Clock". It was made by Humprey O. Pritchard, who was a life-long slate miner. The "Slate Clock" is seven feet and two inches. It is also thirty inches wide. There were three different kinds of slate that were used in the making of this clock. These were; Peach Bottom deep blue slate, Bangor PA silvery gray slate, and red slate from Vermont.