to preserve, protect and promote the history of 
Switzerland County, Indiana
Switzerland County Historical Society
 208 E. Market St.
Vevay, In. 47043


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Benefits of membership include:

Yearbook & Newsletters
Monthly Programs
Annual Picnic
Free Admission
Gift Shop Discount
Volunteer Opportunities & More

Museum Hours
Daily Noon to 4:00 PM
The Switzerland County Historical Society, organized in 1925, is one of the oldest of Indiana’s county historical societies. The society has collected with a vision for the future by preserving a wide range of artifacts and documents that relay the county’s unique past. The historical society owns and operates two museums and is developing a third site. 
Thiebaud House Under Restoration
Life on the Ohio, Switzerland County River History Museum
Switzerland County Historical Museum, Upstairs Sanctuary
200 Objects, 200 Years 
 Switzerland County Bicentennial Stories

Patchwork of History  was a major event of Vevay's Bicentennial. We decided to share the show here on line. 

Rural Heritage is calling you!

Take a break from life as you know it and come visit three sites that honor our rural past. The Rural Heritage Tour will take place Saturday, September 12th from 10 am to 5 pm and Sunday, September 13th from noon to 5 pm in the countryside near Vevay, Indiana.
Experience the early life, music and trades of the French-Swiss settlers who made Switzerland County, Indiana their home at Musee de Venoge and the Thiebaud Farmstead. Also visit Stonehouse Creations, specializing in produce and flowers, including mums, fresh & dried flowers and fall décor. 

 2015 Historical Society Events
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September 12 & 13
July 18
December 12