The Lee Conklin Antique Reed Organ Museum proudly displays about 95 fully restored and working antique reed organs. Visitors to the museum are often treated to the beautiful sounds of these antique instruments. The collection includes parlor, cottage and church organs along with elegant rosewood melodeons, some dating as far back as the mid-1800’s. Other Local History Exhibits include 1920s Classroom, 1900s Typical Home Interior, printing press and telephone switchboard, and Gift Shop. Many local events occur on the adjacent Heritage Park, including Fourth of July Tractor Pulls and the Annual Hanover-Horton Rust N Dust Days. The museum was renovated by the Hanover-Horton Area Historical Society.