The Clarke County Historical Society is a private non-profit organization founded in 1972.
Currently showing in the temporary exhibit room:
Featuring original letters from the museum’s personal collection and those on loan, this exhibit allows visitors to read personal, first person accounts of Clarke County soldiers during times of war from the Civil War through Vietnam.
Historic Buildings on the Museum Grounds:
In addition to the antebellum Alston Cobb house which serves as the main historical museum, there are other historic buildings on the museum grounds. The Creagh Law Office, Turner Corn Crib and Mathews Cabin are open for visitors to tour.