Address 1: 123 North Michigan Street
Newly renovated to help tell the story of the history and people of Marshall County, the Marshall County Historical Society Museum is a key attraction when visiting the county. The museum collects artifacts and documents which illustrate this county's history is terms of natural resources, Indian heritage, exploration, economic, and industrial development and cultural achievement. We visiting this fabulous arrangement of local history enjoy a variety of activities, including a tour of the exhibits, research in their extensive genealogy/historical research library, while special scheduled presentations and workshops are available throughout the year. Especially visit the Lincoln Highway Traveling Exhibit while its here in Marshall County. This is the beginning of our Historic Crossroads exhibit, part of the museum's expansion. Owned by the Marshall County Historical Museum it will be available to other organizations throughout the Northern Indiana area for display on a traveling basis in the future.