In 2008, a number of permanent displays were set up in the log farmhouse where the emphasis is on the life of the Polish Kashub immigrant family in their new home in Canada.
The displays in the Log Shed [See Building #2 ] focus on the store, post office, railway station and school in the pioneer Polish Kashub Community, as well as on the life of the farmer, forest worker, carpenter /cabinetmaker and blacksmith. This display area will change in 2009-2010 as the farm, forest and blacksmith articles will be moved to the Timber Frame Shed and displayed along with some larger, handmade farm and forest machinery.
The emphasis of the displays in the main log cabin is on the Polish Kashubian cultural heritage of these immigrant families, as well as the story of their immigration. The main building also houses the
Resource Library and Heritage Store and acts as the Welcoming Centre to the Museum and Park.
Then there are also seasonal displays that change each year. In 2006, the emphasis was on music to coincide with the release of the CDs Folk Music from
Canada's First Polish Community and Songs and Dances from Canada's First Polish Community.