These photographs show the Museum’s permanent exhibits created with donated artifacts. The Museum has been accepting donations from the community since it’s inception in 1986.
The Museum has archived well over 10,000 artifacts. Like most museums, we’re unable to exhibit everything. Instead, we have created temporary rotating exhibits to showcase as much of the Archives as possible. Those exhibits have highlighted Office Machines, History of Lace, Needlework, Historic Documents, History of Radio, Electric Mixers and Vintage Recipes, and Monrovia dressmaker’s 1887- 1905 to name a few.
If you have artifacts you wish to donate that are historically significant to Monrovia you may bring them to the Museum during business hours: Sunday and Thursday 1 to 4 PM.