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Fulton County Historical Society

37 East 375 North

FCHS was founded in 1963 with its first location at the old Rochester Depot. In 1985, FCHS purchased acreage along U.S. 31, which is its present location. Through the years, donations of a round barn, print shop, chicken house, 1832 Polke house/stagecoach inn, windmill, the relocation of the Rochester depot and log cabin, and building projects such as a foot bridge and blacksmith shop have formed the nucleus of a Living History Village called Loyal, Indiana, which portrays the period of 1900-1925.

Come and visit us at the Fulton County Museum. Our museum, round barn museum and living history village are very easy to find. The museum feature the Barnhart Gallery which offers special exhibits, a reference room, seventeen display rooms of Fulton County living, the round barn museum, and a gift shop which sells books, Indian crafts, jewelry, pottery, paper dolls, and old-time toys.


Erin Fruchtl

Friday, July 13, 2018
Was here for the power show this was my second yr it seemed not as busy as the year before but was still fun it was super hot tho

Bailey Pownell

Sunday, June 10, 2018
The museum has some really cool items. It's a little smelly, but I guess that's to be expected with stuff that's over 100 years old.

Chad Warner

Sunday, May 13, 2018
Went to the gun show they had. Small but nice selection

Michelle Minisan

Monday, Dec. 18, 2017
Love this place!! Very knowledgeable staff. Great grounds. We go every September. It's worth the trip!!

Monta Taylor

Tuesday, May 22, 2018
It doesn't look like much from the outside but they have amazing exibits inside ..and it's free!

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