Richland Heritage Museum, Olney, Illinois
                                                        The Carnigie building, 1904 and today, 401 E. Main
The Heritage House today, 122 W. Elm
The Richland Heritage Museum, Olney, Illinois is a non profit organization staffed by volunteers. This community effort resulted in  the restoration  of an 1870's homestead which was completed in 1991. In 1994 the museum foundation expanded when it restored the local Carnegie library and opened this building for the display of local artifacts. . Both buildings are open  Sundays  April through November or by special appointment. The heritage house is open in December for display of Christmas decorations. Tours and educational programs have been offered for local schools. . The 1870's home includes period furniture. The Carnegie library building includes displays on local history, including the local oil industry in Richland County, Native American Artifacts, Civil war relics and Antique radios