FAQs

Do I have to pay to get in the Museum?No, admission to the Museum is free but donations are greatly appreciated.

What is there to do there? Tons of things! Not only does the Museum have two full floors of artifacts, they are located in a prestigious house owned by the 28th Vice-President of the United States. The Museum also has an Annex which hosts events and also has a display of Miami Indians and of a log cabin, as well as temporary exhibits. The Museum also has a Carriage House and an Outhouse.

I heard the Museum has great genealogical records? You heard correctly! The Museum has thousands of genealogical records accessible to anyone, so please stop by and see if you can find your family!

I thought the Thomas Marshall house was in North Manchester? It is. The North Manchester Thomas Marshall House is where the Vice-President was born. Our House was Marshall's during his adult life.

Can I donate something to the Museum? Of course you can. We appreciate all forms of donations that have some kind of Whitley County history and items that have a unique a personal story behind them.

Can I volunteer at the museum? Most Certainly! The Museum is always looking for individuals to help with various duties around the Museum. If you think you are interested do not hesitate to call us and we would be happy to provide any information that you need.

Are you sure it's free? Yes, we are positive. Bring as many people as you would like, we would love to have you stop by!




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