Jeffersonville Indiana Museums
Dr. Clark County Historical Museum is pleased to announce that the eerie nocturnal tour will resume this fall! The museum is open Wednesday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sundays from 12 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Clark County Museum is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year with a special exhibition at Jeffersonville Preserve and will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2017. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Jefferson County's first public museum in Jefferson, Indiana, we are dedicated to preserving and preserving the history, culture, and heritage of our city and county.
The museum is located on a 30-acre site that includes restored historic buildings that showcase the history of the city, county, state and state of Indiana, as well as the history and culture of the county.
In addition to items related to the history of southern Indiana, the museum also houses an extensive genealogical and historical library that attracts researchers from across the United States. Jeffersonville also has several museums and local historical collections, including the Jeffersonville Township Public Library, which houses a collection of over 1,000 books on the history of the city, county, state and state of Indiana. A large number of artifacts and documents have been preserved and are currently open to the public.
Every Thursday through Saturday, Mark Hall Patton is director of the Jeffersonville Museum, where he oversees the museum's collection of more than 1,000 artifacts and documents from South Indian history. Mark is also a curator at the Indiana Historical Society and the museum's public relations director. The museum exhibits and remains open to the public, attracting tourists from across the state, as well as from the United States and Canada. Visitors to our museum can see our exhibits, attend events in our museum and learn more about the exhibits we offer through our website.
As an architectural site of interest, the museum contains more than 1,000 artifacts and documents from South Indian history. Historical artifacts include artifacts from the Indiana Historical Society's collection and the Jeffersonville Museum's own collection.
Visitors who wander through the vast grounds, visit the museum's galleries and explore some of the highlights will find information about the county's history and the Indian tribes who lived there. If you visit the Muncie Children's Museum, there are many more exciting exhibits to discover. Start on the first floor of the museum, where an exhibit will take you on a journey through the life of one of the oldest and most famous children's museums in Indiana. Also on this first floor you will enjoy a variety of interactive exhibits, such as the Indiana Historical Society collection and exhibits from the Jeffersonville Museum.
The Evansville Museum invites you to explore a vibrant world through the museum's changing galleries of interactive exhibits, including the Indiana Historical Society collection and exhibits from the Jeffersonville Museum.
The museum, which operates from the 1909 Carnegie Library building, is working in partnership with Clark County and the City of Vancouver on a partnership. The museum includes the Robert E. Roberts History Center exhibit, which includes eight historic buildings from across the county, and the Jeffersonville Historical Society exhibit on Evansville, the county and its history as a city and county.
The museum contains historical artifacts and photos that tell the history of the county and of Indiana as a whole, as well as artifacts from the history of the city and the county.
The Clark County Museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is located next to Lincoln Park. For a complete list of media related to the Museum of Ohio, visit theClark County Historical Wikimedia Commons. Check out our ranking of the best museums in the United States and the top 10 museums in Indiana.
This historic building, sometimes referred to as Howard's National Steamboat Museum, has been home to a steamship family since 1894, is used as a museum and houses a variety of exhibits on the Howard family history and other local and national history.
World War I was added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 8, 1978, and the name of the museum was later changed to Clark County Heritage Museum, now known as this museum. After opening in 1963, the Indiana University Museum became the Mathers Museum of World Cultures in 1967. In 1968, the museum in Henderson, Nevada, founded the Southern Nevada Museum, which uses the Anna Roberts Parks Collection.
Today, it is a living museum with exhibits, lectures, and events focused on the history of Jefferson County, Indiana, and its history and culture. This is the oldest county museum in the state housed in a historic building in Jeffersonville, a small town in central Indiana just north of Indianapolis. The museum is dedicated to collecting, preserving and presenting materials from the entire county. It is located at the intersection of South Main Street and South Washington Street, in front of the Indiana State Capitol.