Jim Hill is the CEO of Southwest Dairy Museum Inc. Hill was a guest on KSST’s Good Morning Show with Enola Gay Tuesday morning. He notes the Creamery inside the Dairy Museum in Sulphur Springs is popular here, especially during the hot summer months. Hill invites everyone to drop by at lunch and enjoy the old fashioned soda fountain featuring malt, shakes, sandwiches, salads, banana splits, and ice cream. Specialty sundaes or a scoop on the cone are available in the creamery. The soda fountain counter is over 100 years old.
Hill says the museum takes one back in time to pre-electricity days on the dairy farm and is filled with various exhibits that demonstrate the progress of the dairy industry. Admission to the museum is free. The museum has been in Sulphur Springs for 27 years.