Wabash County Historical Museum
The mission of the museum is to collect, preserve, document and display aural, visual, and physical artifacts which tell the history of life in Wabash County. This mission shall be driven by a passion for presentation that will attract visitors having both casual and research interests. This structure dates to approximately 1895, and its earliest know occupant was the Big Four Mercantile Co. It has served as an undertaking business, a furniture store, a garment manufacturing establishment and became a sears roebuck store in 1937. Now it is the current home to the Wabash County Historical Museum and the Wabash County Convention and Visitors Bureau. Interactive displays and guided tours are offered to individuals and groups. For more information regarding Wabash County Historical Museum please visit www.wabashmuseum.org or by calling 260-563-9070.