Inside The Museum of Work and Culture, a story unfolds about the life of French-Canadian immigrants who left their farm lives in Quebec to begin a new working-class life in the New England area. Visitors can experience hands-on learning throughout the six walk-through displays that are offered to them in this museum, as well as enjoy visual and audio presentations. An authentic-style Quebecois farm house exhibit can be explored, as well as a room created to look like an old textile mill from the 19th century. Through an immense amount of sources, this museum provides information through various forms that can be used to help any type of audience come to understand and leave the museum more knowledgeable about the work and culture of Woonsocket, Rhode Island. There are many different types of exhibits inside of this historically rich museum, and they are always changing throughout the year, so one trip isn't ever enough!