What a lovely, historic village. We could not see all the wood working shop as it was being used to build stuff. But it is a really lovely shop and the work they do with all these old pieces of equipment is marvelous. The stories we heard and read about on the rest of our tour was nice. Barney, the... 更多
Fascinating old machinery still being used for repairs/restoration of Victorian buildings and other historic woks in the area. Appreciated both the demonstration and being able to watch the woodorkers actually building some great pieces. Loved all of the old buildings, the birds, equines, old cars, etc. Nice, non-commercial tour of large, authentic old machine shop. Such a contrast between the... 更多
We had very limited time in Eureka, but my husband loves history and woodworking and this was a must see place for us. We got there around 4:30 pm and there last tour was at 4:00 pm, but because we were on our "bucket list" of things to see and were from the Midwest, they graciously insisted that we take... 更多
The Blue Ox Millworks is an amazing place. Mr. Hollenbeck the owner began the tour by showing us the various machines for woodworking that date back into the 1800s. He cut wood shapes and explained how woodworking moved from handwork to electrical tools. He shared photos of some of the projects his millworks has completed. The most amazing was the... 更多
The Hollenbecks have done a fantastic job of preserving, and sharing the history of this area and have helped disadvantaged youth by giving them a traditional education and craft to further enhance our history! Must see!
Blacksmithing, wood turning, plaster molds, ship building, and sash milling are some of the old crafts that are revived at... 更多
Blue Ox Millworks produces custom architectural millwork and interior and exterior details for historic homes and new construction projects. It... 更多