I have watched the History Channel show, Museum Secrets, with great interest. Of course, I'm a bit biased, but I think it is a fascinating show.
I bet that every museum has a 'secret' to tell of an interesting artifact or story from the area. It made me think about small museums and how we could use this premise in attracting visitors.
It's all about making one stand out from the crowd.
At least that's how I see it...
One of our 'secrets' is that there was a gold rush in the Cut Knife (Wardenville) area early in the 20th Century. Come and find out more.