We are a 501c3 non-profit organization focused on
preserving the history of Randolph County, Indiana.
We are a 501c3 non-profit organization focused on preserving the history of Randolph County and bringing the museum back to life. With the help of our board of directors and volunteers, we are working to revitalize our exhibits to keep them relevant, to raise much needed funds to rehabilitate the building, to protect our collection of genealogical resources, and to ensure the museum's place in Randolph County for future generations.
Are you passionate about history? Do you love digging through the stacks doing genealogical research to learn more about your roots? Become a member of the society or volunteer at the museum. We can always use an extra set of hands! Whatever your skills, you can help the RCHS. Contact us for more information about how you can be a part of preserving our history or see our membership page to join our team.
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.
The Randolph County Historical and Genealogical Society depends on memberships and donations to work towards our mission. The museum is staffed by volunteers who perform research look-ups, maintain the collection, and rotate displays. Your donation helps us keep our doors open and our history alive.
416 South Meridian Street, Winchester, Indiana 47394, United States
Winter 2020 open to the public:
Tuesday 5-7 pm
Friday 1-6 pm
Civil War Roundtable, 2nd Sunday 1-3 pm
(3rd Thursday 1-5 pm is volunteer cleaning, anyone is welcome to help)
The Museum is available for club, group, class, and private tours. There is no charge, however, donations to assist with 'keeping the lights on" are greatly appreciated.
If you are researching your family and would like to make an appointment, please contact us at 765.584.1334 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking is available on Meridian Street in front of the original home entrance.
Additional and handicapped accessible parking is in the parking area behind the home,
via the alley that runs just to the south of the building.
Overflow parking is available in an ample parking lot located behind the Museum.