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The Goshen County  Homesteaders Museum is the  home of historical artifacts, historical information, and genealogical  resources related to Goshen County from the first settlement in 1834 up to 1976  when Homesteading ended; we strive to collect, present, and interpret the  history of Goshen County and its people. Our staff is constantly working to  improve the museum and all of its facets through community, board, foundation  and city support while safekeeping our history in an honest, interesting, and  educational display that is widely accessible to the general public. Housed in  an historic Union Pacific Depot, we boast Goshen County's first automobile, an  original homestead shack and a one room schoolhouse—along with many other  treasures. We host a variety of programming for all ages and welcome everyone to step back in time and explore our rich and unique homesteaded heritage!

Admission is always free!



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