Welcome to the Monroe County History Center
202 E. 6th St, Bloomington IN 47408
Museum Hours: Tues-Sat 10-4
Position Opening: The Monroe County History Center is seeking an experienced individual to manage it exhibits program. Click here for the complete job description. Send letter, resume, and names with contact information of three references to email@example.com Electronic submissions only! Deadline for submission is Thursday September 3.
2nd Annual Hot Rod and Classic Car Show
Noon - 4pm on Sunday, September 13, 2015 at 6th and Lincoln Ave. Early Bird Fee: $10.00 per entry - Day of Show: $15.00. All makes, models, years of production welcome to register. Awards will be given. No spectator cover charge for the show, as well as free admission to the Monroe County History Center. There will be food vendors, music, and fun activities for the whole family. Clink on this link for the ENTRY FORM
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Save Local History with New Wikipedia Map, thanks to the Wikipedia Summer of Monuments campaign, there is a free, simple, and interactive map that shows all places listed on the National Register. Click here for more information.
FREE Parking for the first three hours of your visit if you use the metered spaces in the city parking lot located directly behind the History Center (6th and Lincoln). After three hours, parking is $0.50 an hour in this lot. Otherwise, there is metered parking on the streets near the History Center. Rates are $0.25 per 15 minute increments.
The Monroe County Historical Society welcomes you to beautiful Bloomington, located in the rolling hills of Southern Indiana. Our mission is to foster a deeper understanding and appreciation of Monroe County’s history, culture, and natural environment. Our museum offers both permanent and rotating exhibits throughout the year, giving Monroe County residents and visitors of all ages a chance to experience what life in Monroe County was like for diverse kinds of people at different times, and to connect these stories with our lives today. We also offer a local history library, and a museum gift shop. Through our activities, the MCHS collects, preserves, researches, interprets and exhibits the genealogy, history, and artifacts of Monroe County, and helps fit the life of Monroe County into the story of the State of Indiana and of the United States as a whole.