Website http://huntingtonhistoricalmuseum.com/ Address 315 Court Street, Huntington, IN Phone 260-356-7264
Visitors trace the history of Huntington County from prehistory, Miami Indian and French Voyageur period, Canal era and pioneer settlement to today. In 1999 the museum was relocated from the fourth floor of the Courthouse to its present location, with over 8,000 square feet of exhibit space. The building is handicapped accessible, with ample parking.
Visitors enjoy viewing the 1940s farm house, a drug store soda shop, a Victorian parlor, business, sports and war memorabilia. Of special interest is a “Mural of Memories”, created by local artist Robert Fettinger, and an HO gauge model of the Erie Railroad. Special exhibits are added throughout the year. Group tours are always welcome.