Museum Hours: 12-5 PM
Tuesday-Saturday or by appt.
Daviess County, Indiana212 E. Main Street, Washington, Indiana in downtown Washington. Main Street is one-way west.
Welcome to the Daviess County, IN, Historical Society. We are dedicated to preserving and recording the history of the county, assisting those with questions of a historical nature, and entertaining and educating guests who visit us in the museum. We are open to the public from noon-5 PM Tuesday through Saturday or by appointment
For daily news, photos, and more from our staff please check out our Facebook page.Check out our YouTube channel for daily video blogs and more.
If you are interested in joining and supporting the cause, our membership application is here.
We have numerous varied opportunities for volunteering. For a current list of volunteer needs, click here (PDF)
We are now offering Genealogy Research Services for Daviess County- for more information see our Services page.
Dean Dorrell, President
Civil War RoundtableThe Daviess County Civil War Roundtable meets on the third Monday of the month (except July and December) at 6:30 PM in the Museum to discuss Civil War related topics. Each month we have a feature presentation from one of our members or a guest speaker. Everyone is invited to join us.
Monthly Gaming GroupLike tabletop board/card games? The Daviess County Museum is launching a monthly gamie day on the first Saturday of each month. Everyone is welcome to these informal, free, and fun days for all ages. Email us at email@example.com if you'd like to join the mailing list. We now have our own Facebook page.
The next game day is September 6. We will be focusing on Gateway Games to introduce people to the world of modern gaming.
Writers GroupAre you an aspiring author? A local writing group meets once per month at the museum hosted by Bryon Buckley to analyze and critique each other's work. Follow the local newspaper for exact date and time, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Board meetings are held the last Tuesday of each month at 4:30 PM in the museum. .