To inspire children, connect families, and create community engagement through an appreciation of local history and culture that focuses on research, education, and quality of life interests.
We strive to be a living, breathing exploration center for local history - not a “graveyard for old stuff."
The Wabash County Museum uses state-of-the-art exhibits to introduce you to the rich history of this one-of-a-kind county.
From the Miami and Potawatomi tribes who lived here, to the development of the Wabash-Erie Canal and the Big Four Railroad, to the many innovative and talented people who inhabit the county, the Museum provides a look at history that is both global and personal.
Annually, the Museum welcomes over 20,000 guests and school visits from throughout Northeast Indiana.
The Wabash County Museum is a not-for-profit, as it operates entirely on admissions and private donations.
Thank you to our Business Sponsors:
OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Lee Ann George, Chairwoman
Kristen Petruniw, Vice Chairwoman
Brent Dawes, Treasurer
Tim Drake, Secretary
Mayor Scott Long
Pete Jones, Honorary Member