The Homestead Museum consists of a historic log village. Among the log structures is the last territorial school built in 1958, where students studied by the light of gas lanterns, still hanging in the school. Damon Hall, a large building constructed for the Alaska Centennial, features an outstanding display of wildlife mounts with a background mural of these species' natural habitat. A collection of homestead artifacts and photos can be found in the former Soldotna Chamber of Commerce log tourist center. Growing around the Museum's grounds are a variety of local flowers and berries. Groomed paths can also take visitors to Centennial Campground and the Soldotna Visitor Center fish walks for views of the world famous, Kenai River!