AAA Editor Notes
Alpine Hills Museum is on the public square at 106 W. Main St. Exhibits depict the history of the community and its Swiss and Amish heritage. Three floors of exhibits include a Swiss cheese factory from the early 1800s, an Amish kitchen from the 1890s, a restored 19th-century woodworking shop and the Sugarcreek Firehouse from 1895, with its original equipment.
A 12-minute video is presented in the tourist information center at the front of the museum.
Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.