Through a broad range of activities, The Historical and Genealogical Society of Indiana County seeks to promote a greater appreciation of the Indiana community’s rich heritage and a better understanding of life today.
The Clark House is an Victorian Mansion wherein the story of Justice Silas M. Clark and his family is told. Through guided tours given by Mr. and Mrs. Clark, guests are educated about life in the Victorian Period.
The Indiana County History Museum educates visitors about the people, places, and historical events of Indiana County starting with its earliest inhabitants to the modern era. It is through interpretive exhibits that visitors learn about Indiana County's history and provide a connection to life today.
The Military Museum educates visitors of the brave men and women from Indiana County who fought in this nation's conflicts from the Revolutionary War to present-day conflicts.
The Helman Library has an outstanding collection of family, county, community, business, and church histories; plus many other records for those interested in doing genealogical research. Through our resources we are able to provide assistance and resources to assist visitors in discovering their family's story and sometimes impact on Indiana County.