Dubois County Museum
The Dubois County Museum is the largest County Museum in the state of Indiana with more than 56,000 items and an annual visitation that exceeds 12,000 visitors per year. It holds over 50,000 square feet of exhibits, fourteen community murals providing a picture of each community’s early history, a 17-room main street reminiscent of the 1890s, a two pen log house built in 1885, a wild game safari display, a tremendous model train display, and two outstanding exhibit rooms.
“This is an awesome, affordable museum that the whole family will enjoy! Great local history and an awesome place for kids to play as well!”
Hours of Operation
Tuesday through Friday – 10am to 2pm EST
Saturday – 10am to 4pm EST
Sunday – 1pm to 4pm EST
Request A Visitors Guide
The official Dubois County Visitors Guide is your go-to resource for all there is to discover in southern Indiana. Did you know we mail a FREE guide upon all online requests?