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Old Jail Museum

121 N Indiana St, Warsaw, IN 46580
574-269-1078

The Old Kosciusko County Jail houses the County Historical Society and Genealogy Library. Wonderful displays, a small gift shop and free daytime tours are available. Want to check out the spirits that remain? Paranormal tours can be scheduled by contacting wiprs@hotmail.com  Hours: Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 10:00 am to 4:00 pm; Saturdays 10:00 am to … Continued

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Pound Store Museum

2932 E Armstrong Rd, Leesburg, IN 46538
574-269-1078

Opened for the first time in 1838 as an Indian trading post, the Pound Store Museum is the county’s oldest commercial building. Named for long-time owner John Pound, the store was recently renovated by the Kosciusko County Historical Society. The Pound Store Museum is located across the road from Rookstool’s Pier Shop.

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Lawrence D. Bell Aircraft Museum Inc.

210 S Oak St, Mentone, IN 46539
574-353-7318

Our museum houses the personal memorabilia of Lawrence D. Bell that was willed to the town of Mentone. We have three helicopters on site. A guided tour is provided to educate adults as well as children of the early aviation history of which Lawrence Bell was an important part.

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Etna Green Museum

338 S Walnut St, Etna Green, IN 46524
574-858-2632

Come discover the history of the town of Etna Green at this museum in Heritage Park. There are many items from the Etna Green School Alumni along with the basketball teams memorabilia. The museum is located in Heritage Park. Before you leave town, be sure to see the Mural painted by Robert A. Hudson at … Continued

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Evenyn Lehman Culp Heritage Collection

302 W Market Street, Nappanee, IN 46550
574-773-7812

Explore our museum:  Journey into Nappanee’s Past. Visit the Evelyn Lehman Culp Heritage Collection, located in the Nappanee Center.  Explore Nappanee’s history through special exhibits and permanent displays, including “Hoosier” cabinets, a tribute to the city’s nationally-known cartoonists, a military display and the historic Hartman House.

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