Clark County Historical Society at the Heritage Center, Springfield

Categories: History Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
5/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web

Museum:Tuesday-Friday 9-5, Saturday 9-3

Library:Wednesday-Friday 10-5, Saturday 10-3

Admission to the museum is free, but donations are appreciated!

Suggested donations: Adults = $5; Children = $2; Families = $10

The 3rd Floor Fisher Family Research Library and Archives is free to the public. Copy and scanning fees may apply.

Founded in 1897, for over a century the Clark County Historical Society has collected, preserved and displayed the history of the area. Over the years, the Society has had a number of different locations, but for more than ten years they have been proud and honored to have found a beautiful permanent home in downtown Springfield in the old City Hall and Marketplace, which was built in 1890. Today the Heritage Center of Clark County stands tall on the Springfield skyline as the home of Clark County’s heritage, where priceless mementos open a window on many generations of history.
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  • My daughter had a play here. The building is is great condition. The volunteers take great pride in their jobs. There are a lot of exhibits and pictures and information. The individuals are knowledgea...  read more »
  • The history center is in the heart of Springfield and not only contains a fascinating history museum, but also a yummy lunch restaurant, Un Mundo, so an afternoon out is complete. Ample parking make t...  read more »
  • They have done a wonderful job of detailing local history how we got here why we were important and all that fantastic displays that will put you in touch wit Springfield 
  • Community treasure with great experience for adults and kids alike.
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