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Museums in Montgomery County

Crawfordsville was once known as "The Athens of Indiana," and the rich cultural heritage of the area still thrives today. Montgomery County hosts seven museums featuring unique facets that can't be found anywhere else in the world, such as the site where the best-selling novel of the 19th century was written, and a jail cellblock that rotates 360 degrees. Visitors can relive history by gazing upon Lincoln memorabilia, marvel at authentic Native American artifacts, or travel back even farther in time by discovering crinoid fossils that date back 345 million years.

Visit Montgomery County, and let us pleasantly surprise you!
Click a link below to discover more information about our historical sites.

Carnegie Museum of Montgomery County

General Lew Wallace Study & Museum

Lane Place

Linden Depot Museum

Mid'Town Museum of Native Cultures

Ropkey Armor Museum

Rotary Jail Museum

Download the registration form for the Heritage Alliance of Montgomery County's 2014 Museum Camp June 30 - July 3.