Historic Crossroads Center
123 N. Michigan Street
Plymouth, IN 46563
Tuesday – Saturday 10:00-4:00
Closed County Holidays
Commitment to Sharing Marshall County History
The Marshall County Historical Museum is committed to sharing history with all residents and visitors of the county. History is more than just dates and facts. It is the foundation for the future. We can learn from it, mimic it, react to it and understand the human experience based on it. History is useful and viable as we develop the cultural entrepreneurs of tomorrow. The museum is dedicated to providing educational programs and hands-on experiences that bring history to life.
Our School Tours are designed to meet Indiana Department of Education Academic Standards for Social Studies. We can accommodate up to 50 students at one time and will work with larger groups to schedule alternating activities, such as a tour of the Marshall County Courthouse or the Old Firehouse, home of the Marshall County Visitor’s Bureau.
Guided tours may also
be arranged at Jacoby Church built in 1860 and Summit Chapel School
built in 1865. Both buildings are on the National Register of Historic
Places and are excellent examples of early architecture in Marshall
The Museum has developed many PowerPoint Presentations on historic topics. Call to schedule a presentation for your organization's meeting or educational workshop. We can also do custom programs at your request.
Lincoln Highway Traveling Exhibits
The Lincoln Highway Traveling Exhibit is be available to other organizations throughout the Northern Indiana area for display. Contact the museum for information on how to borrow the exhibit.
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