Both the Boldman House Museum and the Dayton Historic Depot have rotating exhibits.
- The Boldman House: A walk through this house museum is a journey through time. You’ll see glimpses of “life-as-it-was” from nearly every decade of the 20th century.
- The Upstairs Gallery at the Dayton Historic Depot: Glass in Daily Life In the early 1900’s glass was used extensively in daily living. Invented at least 3,600 years ago, by the turn of the last century it was used in toys, jewelry, lighting, protective coverings, decoration and was the primary container for household and industrial use. The Depot gallery features a wide array of early pioneer glass used in Columbia County. The exhibit is designed to appeal to all ages. Many of the objects belonged to the Boldman family and are from the Boldman House Museum. Other contributions are from local residents and the Depot’s own collection.
Visitors can learn the history of glass, how it is made, the three methods of creating glass objects and how it is colored. The glass exhibit will be on display through December 2023.