The Days of '76 Museum will soon open its doors to the public with a brand new look.
Organizers of the museum closed its doors four years ago to begin renovations and to begin construction on a new building.
The new building features all of the items from the old museum, but displayed in a new way.
The old Day's Museum was housed in a small crowded barn.
Exhibit Curator Darrel Nelson said some of the items weren't on display in the old building because there was no room.
But the new building will be able to display all items.
Nelson said before the grand re-opening there is a lot of work to be done.
"Exhibits are a lot of work that you can't see, but when someone looks through the piece of glass and sees this or that artifact and it works, then everything else has all been worth it," said Nelson.
The Day's Museum will open to the public on Saturday June 16th at 9 A.M.