The Grand Army of the Republic Hall was built in 1902 to honor Marshall-area veterans of the Civil War and as a meeting place for its veterans and their sons. It features artifacts from the Civil War, Spanish-American War and the World Wars. The museum features the history of Marshall from its founding up to the present day and highlights goods made in Marshall such as the Hinkle Automatic Theater, a marionette and puppet stage created and constructed locally. New for summer 2018 is a display about Marshall’s railroads.
The Museum is open May through September on Saturdays and Sundays, from noon to 4 pm, beginning May 5, 2018.
Admission: $5.00 – includes both the GAR and the Honolulu House