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The Smyrna Museum Complex, owned and operated by the Duck Creek Historical Society, occupies a Georgian brick structure, which was erected in the late 1790?s by George Wilson.

The First floor features the Parlor, Dining Room, which are both furnished with family portraits and pieces from different periods, and the restored Victorian Kitchen.*The second floor features a Display Room where the changing exhibits can be viewed.*

In the Exhibit Room, visitors to the Museum will be able to view permanent and changing displays.* In this section, they will get to see the large case holding the Keystone View Company stereo views and viewers as well as the one containing memorabilia from the 20th Century Club.* There are also examples of various business products, packaging and advertising materials seen around the room.

The Children?s Room features wooden walker, a cast iron crib and some News Journal article featuring some of the Sons and Daughters of Smyrna in 1925-26. Visitors who are interested to relive their childhood memories may also find the display toys from the earlier times interesting.
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