Welcome to the Dubois County Museum
The Dubois County Museum is the largest County Museum in the state of Indiana with more than 56,000 items and an annual visitation that exceeds 12,000 visitors per year. It holds over 50,000 square feet of exhibits, fourteen community murals providing a picture of each community’s early history, a 17-room main street reminiscent of the 1890s, a two pen log house built in 1885, a wild game safari display, a tremendous model train display, and two outstanding exhibit rooms.
Experience Dubois County History and Heritage by Planning a Visit
The Dubois County Museum is open daily except Mondays and major holidays.
Dubois County is in the Eastern Time Zone and observes Daylight Savings Time.
Hours of operation are:
- Tuesday through Friday – 10am to 2pm
- Saturday – 10am to 4pm
- Sunday – 1pm to 4pm
- Monday – closed
Admission Charges to the Museum:
- General Adult Admission – $5.00
- High School Level Children – $3.00
- Elementary and Middle School Level – $2.00
- Children under 4 years old – FREE
Dubois County Museum Members will be provided free admission to the museum.
The Dubois County area is rich with various shopping, attractions, and dining options. There is a place to shop and a place to eat for anyone’s tastes. For a complete list of shopping places in the area click here. For a complete list of dining options in the area click here. For a complete list of attractions and events in the area, please visit the Dubois County Visitors Center Website at www.visitduboiscounty.com.
Programs & Events
Frequently Asked Questions
How long has the Museum been open?
Where do the exhibits and artifacts come from that are in the Museum?
How many artifacts does the Museum have?
Currently the Museum has near 59,000 artifacts. The Museum has the largest Agriculture display of any museum in the state.
How large is the Museum?
How is the Museum funded?
To make a donation or payment: