Opened in 2007, the Muzeo (which means museum in Esperanto) doesn’t offer your typical museum fare. Recent exhibits have explored the origin of the blues in the Mississippi Delta and an in-depth look at rare and unusual frogs. Set in the former Carnegie Library (a 1908 neoclassical building with an area-appropriate red-tile roof), the museum is pretty small, so it doesn’t take long to tour the exhibits. However, you can extend the Muzeo experience by staying for classes, lectures and special events that relate to each show. The Muzeo features three traveling exhibitions a year, and techies will appreciate the museum’s self-guided audio podcasts, Wi-Fi access and the interactive components to each exhibit.