The Heimathaus building hosts a local heritage museum exhibiting farming tools and machinery, ancient furniture and a number of items used in everyday life.
The local heritage museum of Kirchham was founded on the initiative of Franz Raffelsberger, who was awarded the honorary ring for his unremitting efforts to collect, preserve and maintain an infinite number of exhibits. In 1997 the local authorities bought the so-called "Stegbinder House" and established the local heritage museum. Over the past few years the building was completely refurbished. The permanent exhibition shows more than 500 pieces and exhibits collected in Kirchham and its surroundings.