Crawford County Historical Museum

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Crawford County Historical Museum Explore the colorful history of Crawford County and its residents through the interesting exhibits. Indoor displays feature vintage clothing, photos, coal mining and farming artifacts, printing exhibits, and horsedrawn vehicles. Outdoor exhibits include a one-room school house, an authentic neighborhood grocery store, and coal mining steam shovel.

Hours: Friday through Sunday, 1 to 5 p.m., and tours are available by appointment.
Address: Between Atkinson Road & 20th Street on Hwy. 69
Phone: 620-231-1440

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