Plan Your Visit
The CRF Museum welcomes visitors of all walks of life to discover the surprising history of the Mohican area. Visitors may choose self-guided tours, or request a guide for their visit. Unless otherwise noticed, the museum is open year round. Walk-ins are welcome, however due to limited staff availability we encourage you to call ahead to ensure that we can accommodate your visit.
Hours: Monday to Friday: 10:00 - 4:00 Weekends: Closed* Holidays: Closed or Reduced Hours
*The museum is open select weekends in the summer and during community events, including special hours during the Loudonville Free Street Fair.
Notice: Hours may be subject to change due to staff availability. We advise you call ahead to ensure we can accommodate your visit.
The museum and Workman Cabin will be closed Saturday, June 18th due to damage from the storm earlier this week. We will reopen Monday, June 20th.
Parking: There is free street parking available on Wood Street. Please do not park in the staff lot behind the museum.
Group Tours: Group tours are always welcome at the museum, however we ask that you schedule your tour in advance so that staff can ensure multiple docents are available to help provide tours or answer questions that your group may have.
Research Requests: The CRF Museum strives to accommodate all research requests. If you wish to access the museum's archives for research, please contact the museum to discuss which files you are interested in and to schedule an appointment.
If you are unable to visit, staff will attempt to assist with reasonable research inquiries. Please note that these requests should not be time sensitive, and will only be fulfilled when staff availability allows.
The Workman Cabin
The Workman Cabin was built in 1838 by Morgan Workman, doubling as a home and Dunkard church. It was inhabited by his family for nearly 100 years. In 1963 it was donated to the Mohican Historical Society, and moved to its current location in Central Park where it has been restored and remains today.