The wilderness trail museum is owned and operated by the Fort Loramie historical association, whose volunteer members staff the museum as needed during the winter months.
The museum offers a variety of programs and events throughout the year, most notably the Williamsburg Christmas dinners held over a four-evening period in early December each year. Members and students dress in colonial costumes and welcome guests to an evening of elegant dining and fine entertainment typical of the period. Summer events have included displays of pioneer crafts, programs devoted to honoring the military services, German heritage music and displays, genealogical programs, speakers on historical-interest topics and many others. As these spring and summer events vary from year to year, current information can be obtained by calling Laura Paulus.