The Whitley County Agricultural Museum and 4-H Learning Center provides a learning opportunity for clubs, families, schools, students, and teachers to understand and learn about Whitley County’s first settlers and our agricultural heritage. You can observe how people in the 1800’s – 1900’s lived, worked, and communicated with each other. Our learning stations give young children, teenagers, and adults the opportunity to do hands-on activities that make our history come to life.
On our wall is a large mural showing the changes that took place in rural Whitley County from the 1850s to 2000+. Walking in front of the mural, you can see the pictured history of Whitley County.
Our building is also offered to businesses for meetings, clubs, banquets, and field trips.