The Caroline Wheels of Time Museum and Historical Village features the history of pioneers in the Caroline area. We have six buildings including the Trunnell House, a two storey log home built in the early 1900’s and furnished with era related antiques. Next door, inside the Anderson Brothers “trapper's cabin” you will find a number of mounted animals indigenous to the area along with our “tools” display. The last building in this row is our combination Village Office, Lock-up and Fire Hall complete with a jail and fire engines. In the back row we have our Big Bend School a one room country school and a teacherage. In our Main Building we have our exhibits. We have the Pioneers and the Champions and a vignette of each of our buildings. In the east wing we have our feature exhibit which changes each year. 2017 is focused on Canada's 150th! Directions: The Museum is on Hwy 54 between the Village of Caroline and Hwy 22. It's 1/2 km east of the Village and shares an entrance with the Village's Tourism Cabin and the Caroline Municipal RV Park.