Museums are closed for the winter.
102 N. Stanford Street, Griggsville. Open by appointment.
Griggsville Area Genealogical and Historical Society is located in the historic home of Dr. Skinner. The Skinner House is a museum in itself and there is a library containing archives in an outbuilding.
Contact: Linda Patton 217- 370-8020
202 Harman Street, Pleasant Hill. Open by appointment.
This was the home of Helen Harman, a high school history teacher. She wanted her house to become a museum and it serves as such to this day.
See https://www.genealogyblog.com/?p=42122 for more information.
Contact: Lynn Guthrie 573-469-0432
880 Bainbridge Street in Barry. Open by appointment.
Learn all about the Barry community in the upstairs of this historic building.
See https://www.barryil.org/?SEC=D7E1EBD8-CCAE-4CF7-881E-AF42974BEF63 for more information.
Contact: Marynel Corton 608-448-7094
170 Harper Street (Highway 96), Kinderhook. Closed for the winter, open by appointment.
The building the museum is in was donated by the Maurice Williamson family to the Kinderhook Historical Society. It was established to collect and display various items of interest relating to the early findings and historic value of the area to educate and make known the Kinderhook heritage.
See Facebook for more information. 217-432-5700
At the intersection of Highway 100 and Highway 106, Detroit.
Free lending library. Open Saturday mornings, weather permitting.
See Facebook for more information.
Contact: Susan Manker 217-370-5995
665 Dixie Street, Hull.
Open Tuesday and Thursday mornings.