History & Culture
History & Culture in Marshall County
Stop by the Marshall County Historical Society, Museum & Crossroads Center and learn about the historic highways that traces the county’s history as well as The Trail of Death, the Potawatomi Indians 1838 journey that forced them west. Winner of the 2014 Indiana Historical Society Award for Outstanding Historical Society in Indiana, the Museum’s interactive exhibits with a contemporary approach educates and entertains over 10,000 guests each year.
The Museum of Culver & Lake Maxincuckee History is located inside the First Famers Bank and Trust Building. The hours currently in effect are Monday 9-1, Tuesday Closed, Wednesday 10-6, Thursday 10-6, Friday 10-5 and Satruday 9-3.
The Culver Community History Museum seeks to promote the unique natural, historical and cultural heritage of the Culver area by collecting, preserving, interpreting and disseminating artifacts and other research materials. In our community, we seek to foster conviviality and engagement from all walks of life by being the natural repository for families and individuals to share their stories and memories. We also seek to serve the broader research community as a professional, self-sustaining, small local museum both on-site and online.