Mishawaka Historical MuseumStep back in time and learn about our Mishawaka’s heritage.
After the museum’s building at 121 South Main Street is renovated, the public can visit the Mishawaka Historical Museum, which offers a unique glimpse into the area’s past.
The Mishawaka Historical Museum is a not-for-profit organization with an IRS 501(c)(3) status. It is operated by a Board of Directors and its officers. It is not affiliated with any agency of St. Joseph County or Mishawaka government. It does not receive any tax dollars but instead relies strictly on donations, memorials, and other fundraising to operate. The museum itself will be open to the public. Hours of operation will be posted on the website.
The museum corporation office is currently located at 2112 Linden Avenue in Mishawaka. The telephone number is 574-255-2708.
We are asking anyone with artifacts that might help tell the story of Mishawaka to contribute. Items of interest will help illustrate the history of:
- Historic Landmarks
- Industries and Businesses
- Military Heritage
- Famous Mishawakans
- Schools and Education
- Churches and Faith
Right now the corporation is building its collection of artifacts for the museum. If you have artifacts or photos to donate, you can contact us via our contact form.