Warrick County Museum
Warrick County Museums is a repository of treasured mementos and priceless artifacts from our history, assembled and exhibited for the pleasure and education of present and future generations.
The Warrick county Museum was organized in 1976 for the purpose of collecting and preserving the heritage of the county. It opened December 4th 1977.
The museum is located in Ella Williams School building. The building was constructed in 1901 and was dedicated to miss Ella Williams in 1921. It served as an elementary school until 1976.
The museum offers community groups the use of their meeting facilities and space to display projects for public viewing.
The museum offers Schools and organizations programs. We have our school marms Gretchen Powers, Irene Callis, and Jeanne Snyder with the third grade program on Indiana History and Abraham Lincoln. Our pioneer spinner/weaver Mark Gentry.
Your donations help:
Your donations will go towards building restoration.
There are many ways you can get involved.
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