First floor Gallery:
Rosie the Riveter display includes artifacts representing the work accomplished by American women during World War II.
Railroad: Local pictures and artifacts of a time when the railroad was big business.
Spring Mill Gristmill Replica: The large model was completed in 1934 and was once exhibited at the Indiana State Fair and the Indianapolis Art Museum. It took four very strong men from Rick’s Gym to move it into the museum exhibit space.
Bud Isaacs—Country music fans will enjoy the exhibit honoring Bedford native, Forrest "Bud" Isaacs. Isaacs revolutionized the steel guitar. Click to see more.
Who are Lawrence County's Astronauts? The exhibit is in the north end of the gallery.
Community Gallery—second floor:
Public gallery space available—As a public service, the Community Gallery is available on a monthly basis free of charge to individuals, groups and organizations who wish to exhibit items of public interest. The Community Gallery is located on the second floor of the museum and is handicap accessible. For details, go to: http://lawrencecountyhistory.org/community-room
2018: Lawrence County Indiana Bicentennial—Exhibits throughout the year will focus on Lawrence County during the past 200 years.
Lawrence County Museum's permanent collections
Click here to learn about the museum's permanent collections.