The Brocklebank Museum is operated by the Georgetown Historical Society and serves as the repository for local history. A schoolhouse, the last remaining one in the town, was moved to the site in 1984 and sits next to the museum. The museum was originally built by Samuel Brockleman in the late 1660s. It houses period items including a restored walk-in fireplace and a haunted meal chest, which is believed to have moved every time a servant girl's dress brushed up against it. Behind the museum is a small shoe shop which preserves the history of shoe making, which was a big industry in Georgetown.