Museum Exhibits

The Grover Museum changes exhibits several times per year, but also has a several permanent displays, including “The Streets of Old Shelby” exhibit, which is a life-size generic village found in Shelby County in the late 19th to early 20th centuries, and “The Railroad in Shelby County” exhibit, which features a diorama with running model trains. Additionally, the museum has recently installed a new permanent exhibit, tentatively called “The Shelby County History Gallery,” which contains artifacts found throughout Shelby County, including old business advertisements, clothing and uniforms and photographs.

In addition to the permanent exhibits, the museum also has three rotating galleries, including the Jack and Martha Warble Gallery and the Charlotte Jones Gallery. The three galleries’ exhibits are changed several times a year, and the museum is always looking for new, interesting historical collections.