WELCOME TO SCOTT COUNTY HERITAGE CENTER & MUSEUM
1050 SOUTH MAIN STREET, PO BOX 122, SCOTTSBURG, INDIANA 47170-0122.
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The Museum would like to have you & your family as a member. Quarterly newsletters are mailed to all members. You do not have to live in Scott County to be a member. Just send a $20.00 check for a family membership to Scott County Museum, PO Box 122, Scottsburg, IN 47170-0122 and membership card and the next newsletter will be mailed.
Free Admission to visit the Museum. Hours: Tuesday – Friday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Saturdays 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Closed Federal Holidays, Sundays and Mondays
Museum Director: Jeanne Abbott
Board Members: John Lizenby (President), Greg Prince (Vice-President), Jeff Cox (CPA), Robin Hollan, Deb Selke (Secretary, Lena Lundgren (Treasurer), Ron Atkins and Raymond Jones.
Ghost tours continue throughout the year by making an appointment. Call the Museum for more information.
The Michael L. Smith room is available for renting for your event, including weekends.
Space limit is 50.
Rental is $50.00 per 4 hours
For Non-Profits & PAI Members, $25.00 per 4 hours
Call the Museum to schedule your event, 812.752.1050 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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