A former schoolhouse (1886) with text books, records, the Star Mound School Museum is located in a park noted for spring crocuses. A sacred Aboriginal site is also located here.
Open daily, April to October. Donations accepted.
Location: 3 km/2 mi. west and 1.6 km/1 mi. north of Snowflake.
Open July and August.
Monday - Friday: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Exploring the 20 buildings that make up the museum offers a unique opportunity to see and experience, first-hand, how early pioneer farmers lived and worked in the region more than 100 years ago. The museum features a historical village, agricultural village, a tourism center and a campground.
The former gaol has been restored and is now open as a museum and tourist attraction. The building also houses the new Saint-Claude tourist office.