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The Johnson County Museum of History offers a snapshot of the area's past during a variety of periods -- Native American and pioneer, the Civil War, the Victorian era, Camp Atterbury during World War II, and the 1950s. In addition, short-term exhibitions focus on special...More
We come from a large city and decided to check out the museum. There was good history to it and interactive for the children. It is fairly small compared to the museums we have been to but they did have some nice exhibits.
It's small and local and probably not ideal for kids. That aside I enjoyed seeing some cool old artifacts at this converted Masonic Temple. There were some Civil War memorabilia plus an old pharmacy Cabinet and a cool old juke box. Hey, it's free and...More
Self guided tour of Johnson County history. Kind of basic and nothing too excited to see. Kids may find it a bit boring where adults like the historical facts, etc. Nice free attraction to talk a brief look.
This sweet museum is a great place for Civil War and pioneer life buffs. If you've lived in Johnson County all your life and just want to know more history, or if you are new to the area, then it is worth a visit. You...More