|This picture is of the display room in its' factory days. The horses are set up on tables to be painted.|
Another timeline is displayed on the wall in a different room. This one shows major news and events about the company.
On the left is pictured a bumper car, and on the right is the steam engine-powered train ride.
Another fascinating room at the museum is the workshop. On one side of this room are carving tools and parts of horses in the process of being carved. Here is a picture of what the workroom looked like during its' factory days:
All of the animal bodies were made in smaller pieces and then fit together in the end. The master carver made the heads of the animals, while the other workers made the smaller pieces like the legs and the body.
On the other side of the room is where the sheets of music were punched out for the organs. There are many rolls of paper stacked on shelves surrounding the hole punching machines.