Aztalan Museum is 3 mi. e. on CR B at jct. CR Q, next to Aztalan State Park. The only remaining building from the 1830s pioneer village of Aztalan, this former Baptist church houses a collection of Aztalan and Woodland Indian artifacts, as well as exhibits, maps and documents relating to Aztalan and early Lake Mills. Four log cabins on the 4-acre site date from the mid- to late 1800s. The Pettey cabin has furnishings of the 1840s, the Zickert house is outfitted with items from the late 19th century and the Bornell cabin is furnished as an early 20th-century store. A two-story granary houses a collection of antique tools. A log cabin church built in 1861 and the contents of a one-room, red-brick schoolhouse also are displayed.