Rombach Place Museum
Rombach Place Museum, located at 149 E. Locust Street in Wilmington, is an 1835 Greek Revival Mansion. Once the home of General James W. Denver (for whom Denver, Colorado was named), the museum reflects the family's colorful history, as well as Clinton County's history. Current exhibits include the largest collection of paintings, drawing and sculptures by internationally know Quaker artist and sculptor Eli Harvey, antique toys and dolls, early textiles and Civil War artifacts.
For more information on exhibits.
Museum Tours - Wednesdays through Fridays 1:00 - 4:00; and by appointment. Plan your visit.
There is a $5 admission charge for non-members fourteen and older.
The Clinton County History Center and Rombach Place Museum are handicapped accessible.