Tuesday, April 6th is a big day for the Marshall County Museum! Beginning at 10:00 A.M. the Marshall County Museum will be open to the public after our COVID-19 hiatus. The museum has missed the hustle and bustle of researchers, volunteers, visitors, school groups, and even their mailman!
As they open the doors, their staff and volunteers want to be cautious and expect their visitors to do the same. For now, they ask you to wear a mask when entering and maintain a safe distance. Hand sanitizer will be provided at the front desk and throughout the museum.
The train room will be open Saturdays from 11-1P.M. with limitations on the number of people allowed at one time as they do their part to protect their visitors and dedicated volunteers.
The Marshall County Museum hopes everyone will enjoy the new and exciting exhibits that staff and volunteers have developed during this closure.