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Carnegie Museum

The mission of the CMMC is to promote public awareness and appreciation of the history, heritage, and culture of Montgomery County through educational programs, public services, collection, exhibition, preservation, and research and documentation.
Rotating pictures of Carnegie Museum
Phone: 765-362-4618
Address: 222 S. Washington Street
Crawfordsville, IN 47933
Hours: Wed-Sat, 10am-5pm
Additional tours by appointment
Admission: Free


Take a Look!

Now you can access a lot of extra content on your next tour of the museum! Get access to audio and video as well as images and documents that will make your visit even more worthwhile.

Even if you can’t visit the museum, you can still find links to all the same content — and more!

Find out how: Experience the Carnegie Museum of Montgomery County

3-D printer

3-D Printer
3-D dinosaur skull
3-D printer toy


Find out about the museum’s 3-D printer!

Why don’t you use it? Download a brochure (.pdf) to get some of your questions answered.

Ball State students create new exhibit

Visitors to the Carnegie Museum of Montgomery County in Crawfordsville can find out about Yountsville — a small Indiana community, once resembling a factory town, which produced large amounts of wool.  Read about the exhibit created by Ball State University students on the Ball State University web site.


Join the Friends of the Carnegie Museum (.pdf). Your support of the Friends helps the Carnegie Museum to better serve the community by collecting and preserving our shared past and by creating interesting, interactive, and interdisciplinary opportunities for local residents and visitors alike.


Are you interested in volunteering? We enjoy your support and help with our mission.


Do you have an item to donate to the museum? We depend on community support for our exhibits — and we are committed to preserving your heritage.