The Historical Society of Marshall County conducts numerous monthly, annual, and special events to bring history to the public and raise organizational awareness and financial resources to preserve history.
The Museum is open 9am-3pm, Monday through Friday, for drop-in or scheduled tours. All of our sites are available for tours by appointment any time.
Annually, Marshall County elementary school students tour the Museum and Glick-Sower House and participate in full-day reenactments at the Taylor #4 Country School.
Our double-parlor meeting room and recently updated kitchen space are available to the public for private meetings and catered events. Whether it's a club meeting, family event, or work event we can accommodate you.
We provide speakers for other community organization events.
History on Third Thursday
Thursday, November 16, 2017, 6:30 p.m.: Marshalltown Churches 150 Years Ago and will take the audience back to the 1860’s when religious groups were beginning in our young city. Most groups began in people’s homes and in a variety of locations
around town before building a permanent facility.
Co-hosted by Historical Society of Marshall County and First Congregational Church, and presented by Bob McGregor and others.
Refreshments will be offered in Fellowship Hall.
These events are open to the public at no charge. Light refreshments will be served following the program.