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Georgetown And Scott County Museum

Georgetown And Scott County Museum

The museum provides programs for adults, students, and families that encourage them to actively participate in learning about the history of the community. Through the museum’s annual program schedule, visitors can tour historic areas of the community, listen to local authors and historians discuss local history, and participate in activities that promote an appreciation for the community’s heritage. The museum features a variety of unique exhibits, including a mechanical talking crow named Pete. Prominent individuals form the county, such as William Goebel, and Hugo Hassloch, are also actively portrayed in the museum.

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