Learn about the history of the Town of Hague through objects and materials that have been collected, preserved and displayed at the Hague Historical Museum, including photographs & artifacts of Hague’s social and civil history dating back to the 18th century. Located at the Hague Community Center, this historical museum displays many permanent exhibits for the public to view, including a section on “Resort Living,” which displays collections of artifacts & photographs of the Boarding House and Hotel culture of the late 19th and early 20th century. Also on exhibit, is a “colorful adaptation of the booming town of Graphite” – a time when the Graphite Mining Operation once doubled the income & population of the Graphite community (former area of Hague).
Throughout the year, displays rotate twice; and look for the major display in the Community Center’s lobby.
Open Year Round. Handicap Accessible.
Hours: Monday – Friday 9AM-4PM.
Route 8 (Graphite Mountain Road)