The Goodhue Area History Museum contains:
The Agricultural room has several vintage farm machines including several tractors, a whirlwind terrace, a Rosenthal corn shredder, a walking plow, a fanning mill, sorghum cutter, and many hand planters and cultivators.
THE COMMUNITY ROOM
The Community room holds souvenirs of the lives of Goodhue area families. The townsfolk memorabilia includes a root beer barrel from Mae’s Drive Inn, the pump organ from St. Columbkill Church, the telephone switching station from the G.O. Miller Telephone Company. The kitchen artifacts include a cook stove, a sewing machine, an ice box, and a 1915 Maytag washing machine. The military showcase displays uniforms of Goodhue area servicemen and World War II military items. Other artifacts include the 1817 Pierce Family Bible and an 1877 township map from the St. John’s school.
The library houses over 600 books and a picture file with over 500 photos of Goodhue history. As family and community life was an integral part of the Goodhue Area many area youth were involve with 4-H Clubs. There is extensive 4-H Club information within the History Museum.