to the Marshall County Museum Historic Crossroads Center
Plymouth, IN 46563
Tuesday – Saturday 10:00-4:00
Sunday 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Historical Society Dinner
Marshall County Historical Society Dinner is Wednesday, May 22 at Christo’s
Banquet Center. Tickets to the Miss Plymouth event can be purchased at
the museum for $25.00 for members of the Historical Society and for
$30.00 for nonmembers. The social hour will begin at 6PM, followed by
dinner at 7 PM, and the featured speaker and panel discussion by former
Visit the museum at 123 N. Michigan St. downtown Plymouth for tickets,
or call 574-936-2306, or email the museum at
A history of the
pageant and more information on the dinner may be found by following
Marshall County Museum Now Open Sunday 1-4PM!
the ever-changing first floor exhibits and visit the tastefully
renovated second floor authentic period rooms and exhibits that expand
over 3 store-fronts in Downtown Plymouth! Encounter museum displays that
transport you back to an era. From vintage clothing, furniture and
historic artifacts to modern graphics depicting history with a
contemporary edge, at the Marshall County Museum the “old becomes new!”
The exhibits evoke emotion and a thirst for knowledge that leave you
with an appreciation for what makes Marshall County, Indiana unique, and
why we call it home! The museum offers a state of the arts *Genealogy
Research Library with experienced research specialists that offer
one-on-one assistance. Browse family history files, vital records and
newspapers to uncover interesting tidbits about your ancestors.
*Genealogy hours are Tues.-Sat. 10 AM – 4PM.
30-years of the Miss Plymouth Pageant (1958-1987) - “From Gowns to
Bob Price Collection – Burger Chef/Vintage Milk Bottle Collection
Polk Township 4-H Drill Team – 1970-78 Drill Team and Color Guard
Morgan Uceny Display - Olympic Champion and Hometown Hero
Barb’s Barbies – Barb Roach Collection of Retro Barbie Dolls
link to watch the trains in
The Marshall County Museum features a 40-ft. scale model train that runs
every Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.. John and Lou Davis put on an amazing
interactive demonstration EVERY SATURDAY showcasing seasonal themes with
a cast of characters that make the train room come to life! If you
haven't seen it yet, plan your FREE trip to the museum this Saturday!
Our mission is to present programs which
develop a better appreciation and awareness of our county and state.
The Museum collects artifacts and documents which illustrate this
county's history in terms of natural resources, Indian heritage,
exploration, economic and industrial development and cultural
When you visit our Museum,
you can enjoy a variety of activities, including a tour of our exhibits,
research in our extensive genealogy/historical research library and
special presentations and workshops scheduled throughout the year.