The Washington Historical Society was founded in 1959, focused on preserving Washington Missouri's history. The society purchased the old Presbyterian Church building at Fourth and Market Street in 1995 and in 2001 hired a full time director.
Besides its many exhibits and archives, the museum also houses the Four Rivers Genealogical Society.
The museum is open annually from March 1 through December 23.
News and Happenings
We are open and ready for you to come in and enjoy our displays.
Don't forget to buy your raffle ticket - $10,000 prize - call Museum for details and to purchase ticket.
Do you have a child/grandchild who is a senior at Washington High School or St. Francis Borgia? We offer a $1000 scholarship to a graduating senior at each school. They need to check with the school counselor for information and requirements.
Evening at the Museum, Tuesday, March 10, 7 p.m. "The Homefront in Civil War Missouri" presented by author James Erwin.
PUT IT ON YOUR CALENDAR! April Sping Dinner - Thursday, April 9 at the Presbyterian Church. 'State of the Society' report, $10,000 raffle drawing, scholarship awards and as always great food and fun.