Our exhibit hall, research library, archives, meeting room, collections storage, store, and staff offices are housed in a modern 22,000-square-foot building on the original town square of Shiloh/Springdale.
The 1930s Cartmell Outhouse was built by William Cartmell on the family farm near Brentwood (Washington County). It’s a two-seater!
During the museum’s regular hours (Monday through Saturday, 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.), most of our historic buildings are open for exploration. The exceptions are:
- The Searcy House is accessible only by guided tours. However, tours aren’t available on most Saturdays and holidays.
- The Steele General Store is closed except when offering programming, but you can glimpse its interior from the front porch.
- The Shiloh Meeting Hall is closed except when offering programming. The first-floor meeting space is available for meetings and events. Shiloh Meeting Hall rental policy