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Grundy County Historical Society and Museum

Grundy County Historical Society and Museum

510 W. Illinois Avenue
Morris, IL 60450
815-942-4880

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The Grundy County Historical Museum in Morris, Illinois is where history is collected, preserved and displayed. History buffs will view objects pertaining to the county’s past including items of a cultural, social, geological, and anthropological nature. The museum has an extensive amount of Mazon fossils on display, a replica of a Grundy County store from 1890, replica of 1900 living room, as well as tools used by pioneers and farmers. The Grundy County Historical Society and Museum is full of artifacts and history.


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