Wabash County Historical Museum
The Wabash County Historical Museum moved from its Memorial Hall location in 2005, and has been extensively updated. The museum focuses on county history, including: war memorabilia from the Revolutionary War to the Iraq conflict, natural history exhibits, American Indian artifacts, Civil War records, train and canal memorabilia and information, local innovators, including Mark C. Honeywell, Edwin Ford, and Crystal Gayle, and much more. With many interactive exhibits, including a dig site and a model train display, among other things, the Wabash County Historical Museum is sure to entertain the entire family.
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