Frazier Farmstead

Frazier Farmstead Museum is a six acre site listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  It was settled in 1868 by community founder W.S. Frazier and continuously occupied by his family for 115 years.

Frazier Farmstead Museum – Barn

In 1983, the entire estate and its contents were willed to the Milton-Freewater Area Foundation by his descendants.  It is operated and maintained as a restored house and farm museum by the Milton-Freewater Area Historical Society.

The Frazier home was built in 1892 and houses a fine collection of antique furnishings and other items of the 19th Century daily living.  Most of the furnishings are the original items to the home.

The site also houses a 1918 barn, a carriage house and several other buildings, all of which were an integral part of a turn-of-the-century working farm.

McCoy Cabin

The museum is open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 11:00am to 4:00pm and by special appointment for group tours.   The facility is closed January, February and March.  There is no admission charge, however all donations are welcome.