The Reynolds County Museum was established to accept donations, gifts, and loans of items that illustrate the history of Reynolds County, Missouri. Museum items are at least twenty-five years old, unless they pertain to military history or newsworthy events or are part of a special exhibit.
Some of the items and exhibits you will see:
- Military Relics
- Historic Photos and Paintings
- Native American Relics
- Toys of Bygone Days
- Early School Days
- Early County Documents
- Vintage Clothing
- Old Time Country Living
- Specialized Collections
- Pictorials of Old Historic Homes
- Railroad and Logging
- Farming and Mining and much more!
The Museum will preserve and display these items to explain the history of our community for public education and enjoyment. Admission to the Museum is free, but donations are accepted and encouraged to continue to operate the Museum.
The Museum is located directly in the center of Ellington Missouri adjacent to the City Hall on Tubbs Street and 2nd. Click here for hours and driving directions to the Museum.
Funding for our website is provided by the Taum Sauk Fund.
Photos and documents may not be reproduced without explicit permission from RCGHS Inc.