Knowlton's Ice Museum of North America, 317 Grand River Ave., contains tools (axes, crushers, saws, picks, ice wagons, etc.), photos and vehicles from the ice industry era (early 1800s-early 1900s). Ice harvesting was once a major industry; once harvested, Americans could regularly expect a delivery of an ice block from their delivery man to their icebox. A 14-minute video is shown, and there are interactive exhibits as well.
The museum also includes a 300-piece doll collection and items from the milk industry.