An official Path Through History Site! The Liberty Museum & Arts Center Building collects and exhibits items of historical interest, as well as promotes educational activities such as art classes, lectures, cultural programs, and programs designed for children. The building was first constructed as a hotel in 1894. The Poellman House, as the hotel was known, closed in 1936. The property has been occupied by multiple tenants last by Katz Bakery, a famous local institution in operation from 1969 until 1989. Today, the Liberty Museum has a dual mission of presenting creative arts as well as programs of local and regional history. Each year a members art show is held, attracting works of painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography, and fabrics from over forty area artists.