Recent Exhibits @ Culver History Museum
Click image to see our current VIRTUAL exhibit, from a Culver Lions Club loan.
Click here to see past exhibit galleries and virtual walk-throughs
There is an ON-GOING window display at the new museum space, facing Jefferson Street and Heritage Park. (01/30/14)
Volunteering at the Museum & Around Town
Even an hour a week can make a big impact for generations to come when you pledge it in aid of the preservation of Culver’s heritage.
If you are interested in helping out with a bit of your time, fill in this PDF format Volunteer Interest form or see our Volunteer @ Culver History page for full info on the projects going on right now, learn about previous volunteer experiences and look at photos from 2013′s volunteer projects!
For more information, feel free to contact the Museum Director via e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hours & Contact
The Culver visitors center and history museum, as well as Antiquarian and Historical Society of Culver offices, have relocated to 101 N. Main Street. Our new entrance is on the south side of the bank building, just across from Heritage Park. Construction on the new space is still on-going, but Staff are hard at work upstairs in the curator’s office – please feel free to make an appointment to drop in and have a look.
We will post an announcement with the dates of our reopening and related celebrations soon, so watch this space!
Hours Hours will be posted upon the reopening of the museum at the new location.
Museum Committee Records
The Museum acts as an archive for all AHS and Museum records. We are pleased to make portions of this archive available and accessible on-line. The project has only just been started, but already you can review the minutes and director’s reports to past Museum Committee meetings, arranged by year, by clicking this link.
The Culver Community History Museum seeks to promote the unique natural, historical and cultural heritage of the Culver area by collecting, preserving, interpreting and disseminating artifacts and other research materials. In our community, we seek to foster conviviality and engagement from all walks of life by being the natural repository for families and individuals to share their stories and memories. We also seek to serve the broader research community as a professional, self-sustaining, small local museum both on-site and online.
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