Ray County Museum & Genealogical Library, 901 W. Royle St., is housed in a 54-room 1910 building. Thirty-nine of the rooms display historical items, including quilts, military exhibits, taxidermy displays and vintage clothing. The building also contains rooms set up as a late 19th-century schoolroom and a doctor's office. The basement contains jail cells, wildlife displays and a reproduced barn with antique tools and machines. A library offers resources about local history, including genealogy.
Guided tours are available. Picnicking is permitted.