The Warrick County Museum was organized in 1976 for the purpose of collecting
and preserving the heritage of the county. It opened December 4, 1977. The
museum is located in the old Ella Williams School The building was constructed in
1901 and was dedicated to Miss Ella Williams in 1921. It served as an elementary
school until its closing in 1976.
The museum currently offers schools and organizations interactive programs on
pioneer living and the history of Warrick County and its citizens. The museum
offers community groups the use of their meeting facilities and space to display
projects for public viewing. For the future, the museum plans to expand its
services more into the community and to become more user friendly to the citizens
residing in Warrick County.
Please check out the rest of our website. Interested in a tour? The museum can
customize a tour expecially for you! Make sure you call the museum during
operating hours to lay out the perfect tour through history for your group or
organization. We will be happy to work with you.
|217 S. First Street, Boonville, IN 4760
|Picture courtesy of Michael Greer Photography
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