The Newberry Museum
The Newberry Museum will be CLOSED to the public until Friday, January 15th out of an abundance of caution due to rising COVID rates in the county.
Welcome back! Things look a little different for now, read more here.
Our altered hours are:
We are proud to offer free admission to all!
The Newberry Museum is a non-profit educational organization that serves to protect, preserve, present, and promote the ongoing history and heritage of Newberry County and College.
The Taylor building, dating back to 1911, was designed by supervising architect James Knox Taylor. The building served as the city of Newberry's post office until the 1960s. Today the Taylor building has been renovated to house the museum.
Reach out to us with comments, questions, and other inquiries on our various social media platforms. We are constantly updating our followers on upcoming events, exhibits, and more!
The Newberry County Historical and Museum Society
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A 501(c)(3) organization, the museum is designed to represent the unique relationship between Newberry County, the City of Newberry, Newberry College, and the Newberry County Historical and Museum Society. The museum offers permanent and rotating exhibitions about the history of the county as well as surrounding municipalities.