Your Window into Clark County History
The Clark County Museum, Inc., was formed in 2008 by a group of people who were collectors of Clark County artifacts and memorabilia and who understood the importance of our county both in Indiana and United States history. Our goal was to establish a county museum dedicated to the acquisition, storage, display, and interpretation of these artifacts.
Hours and Admission
Sunday – Monday: Closed
Tuesday – Saturday: 10AM – 4PM
Suggested Admission: $5.00 per person, $3.00 for seniors, military, students. Additional are donations appreciated!
Phone: (812) 924-7477
Our mission is to collect, preserve display and interpret artifacts pertaining to the history of Clark County. These artifacts are messages from our past to the people of the future.
The museum collection ranges from the era of Native Americans to the present and includes family papers, photograph collections, early maps, clothing, Edwardian toys, vehicles, artworks, and archaeological artifacts of Clark County, to name a few. See the Exhibits page to get a glimpse of what we have on public display.
Each year, we participate in the Give for Good Louisville program. This is a one-day event where you can help support local organizations like ours. The program is today, September 15, 2022 and ends at 11:59:59 p.m.
As of 9/16 we have raised almost $3,000!!!
“SECOND THURSDAYS” PROGRAMS 2022
ALL PROGRAMS HELD AT THE MUSEUM – 725 MICHIGAN AVE.
FREE TO THE PUBLIC BUT DONATIONS GRATEFULLY ACCEPTED
July 14: 6:00PM
Jeanne Burke, Clark County Historian:
“How Clark Countians Spent Summer”