Orange County Museum
Artifacts and items of historical significance from Orange County, Indiana are on
display and open to the public at the Orange County Museum located on the
northwest corner of the Courthouse Square in Paoli. The Museum is presently open to visitors Wednesdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturdays 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Other times available by appointment.
Maintained by the Historical Society since 1976, visitors will find memorabilia of the Orange County communities through the years including antique clothing, primitive
farm tools and woodworking tools, church records, court records, books and a rare miniature English Tudor dollhouse with furnishings.
The museum is housed in the 130 year old historic Dr. J.H. Sherrod House circa 1885.
A one room schoolhouse is re-created upstairs at the museum, reflecting the early American period along with a period Doctor’s office.
To schedule a group tour, please call: (812) 653-1212 or email Robert F. Henderson, President: email@example.com
No admission is charged although donations are accepted.