The Lillian E. Jones Museum

Explore the rich history of Jackson

Explore the rich history of Jackson, Ohio and the surrounding area in an active historical, cultural and educational museum.

Situated on the edge of the historic section of downtown, the museum is housed in the former home of its benefactor and namesake Miss Lillian E. Jones.


Recent Posts

  • Thumbnail for the post titled: Audio recordings added to digital archives

    Audio recordings added to digital archives

    Twenty-five years adds more than a few wrinkles and the Lillian E. Jones Museum is no exception. Even in the midst of this year of pandemic the Jones Museum has […]

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    Give the gift of identified photos

    Gee, it’s still November, but more than a few people post on social media just how far they are in their holiday shopping. Even if you have already planned your […]

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    Can you keep up? The War of 1812 and the keynote address

    I’ve never listened to a keynote speech as engaging and fun as the one delivered at the Ohio Local History Alliance meeting in Columbus in early October! Even more amazing […]

  • Thumbnail for the post titled: Concert saves 1911 football season

    Concert saves 1911 football season

    A public school concert kept the Jackson High School football team and athletics program afloat in 1911. Interesting, especially considering all the coverage of the 100th meeting of Jackson-Wellston football […]

Hours

Due to COVID-19 and State of Ohio mandates, visitors must wear a mask at all times while visiting the museum.

The Jones Museum’s regular hours are  Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 10AM – 3PM.

Admission FREE but voluntary donations are welcome.

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