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The original blueprints for the Franklin Masonic Temple can be see in the Johnson County Museum library.

Welcome to the Johnson County Museum in Franklin, Indiana

Interior of the Johnson County Museum in Franklin, housed inside the beautiful Masonic Temple.

The interior of the Johnson County Museum in Franklin Indiana with the inset of how it looked when it was the Masonic Temple in the 1920s

David Pfeiffer brings history to life at Johnson County Museum of History in Franklin

The Johnson County Museum of Franklin Indiana is housed in the beautiful former Masonic Temple, built in 1924. The building was acquired for use by the Johnson County Museum in 1988 after the Masons moved the organization headquarters to a different location. Former museum director Mary Ann Plummer takes you on a tour of this exceptional buildi...

Bricks carried to the building site of the Masonic Temple in Franklin Indiana in 1922. The Johnson County Courthouse is visible in the background.

Here is a Manley Aristocrat popcorn machine from the Artcraft Theatre in Franklin, Indiana. It is currently on display at the Johnson Country Museum in Franklin, Indiana.

The Johnson County Museum is housed in Franklin's former Masonic Temple, built in 1924. The museum is open Tu-Fri 9-4 and Saturday 10-3, and is free of charge.

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