As a community museum, the St. Marys Museum has ten display areas open to the public, all containing artifacts associated with the history of this area. Throughout the year, there is a schedule of changing displays and activities, based on the collection.
Two outbuildings contain a woodworking shop and displays of farm implements and early methods of transportation. There is also a children's discovery area and resources for research into local history.
Currently on exhibit in the Military Gallery is "Wartime Romance". Explore the stories of brides and grooms who bravely made a commitment to the future in a time of great uncertainty and stress.
Visit the Citizens of St. Marys Gallery to view "Through the Lens: Photographers of St. Marys". This exhibit explores the lives of those who stood behind the camera for many of the historic photographs in the museum's extensive collection.
Our featured summer exhibit is "The Little Black Dress", on display until October 1. Explore the 90 year history of the little black dress from 1926 to present day.