The main floor of the museum is packed with a wide variety of artifacts. Some of the main displays include items from Renfrew Electric, the Renfrew Highland Pipes and Drums, Barnet Refrigeration, and multiple Renfrew-themed souvenirs. In 2016, there were multiple pieces of equipment donated to the museum that are from the Handford Studio, a photography studio that existed in Renfrew many years ago. There is also a reading corner, or ‘book nook,’ set up as a space for visitors to sit and read about Renfrew, the Ottawa Valley and early Canada. This is great for people wanting to learn more about Renfrew’s early days, or who are perhaps tracking a family name or business from the area. One of the most beloved artifacts on this floor would be the Player Piano, a piano that you play with your feet – crazy!