TAKE a step back in time this Sunday at the Logan Historical Museum's open day.
Anyone keen on reliving the 70's should head down, as the museum takes visitors on a journey of how the world and people's lives have changed throughout history.
Logan Historical Museum events manager Lindel Walters said the day would be like flicking back through the pages of a history book
"There is no start date and no end date to this open day, so the time periods can go from cave men right up to the 1970s or 1980s," Mrs Walters said.
"There will be so much to do on the day for everyone to enjoy.
"We will have a display of beautiful old vintage cars, displays on spinning and weaving wool, lots of people dressed up from different periods of time, as well as lots of stalls featuring historical artefacts.
"We have also been researching what kind of games kids played during different eras.
"The kids will enjoy some games such as apple bobbing, hula hoop rolling, Simon says, face-painting and more."
Mrs Walters said actors portraying the American Civil War would be performing throughout the day.
The museum will have a milk bar set up where good old fashioned milkshakes and hamburgers would be available.
The event will be held at the museum at the Kingston Butter Factory on Sunday, July 15, from 10am til 2pm.
Entry is free.
The Kingston Butter Factory is located on Milky Way Lane, Kingston.
For more information, phone 3208 3943.