The Hendricks County Historical Museum will be open to the public throughout the Mayberry in the Midwest festival.
Aunt Bee will be greeting visitors in the historic kitchen at the museum and there will be a hula hoop contest from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday.
A jail cell will be decorated to look like Otis’ home away from home, and there will be a 1916 Ford Model A paddy wagon, along with a ‘57 and ‘65 restored state police cars, parked on Washington Street.
The museum will be open for tours and will be putting even more things on display that they usually do not have room to feature.
On the Danville square, there will be a mock jail where festival goers can stop to take photos.