Wabash County Historical Museum
The Wabash County Historical Museum is no ordinary county museum. In fact, it has been called the best county museum in the State of Indiana! With two floors of interactive exhibits, an extensive research and archive area, and a spacious meeting room, this museum is one of the county’s great treasures.,Wabash County Journey
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