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Aurora History Museum

The Aurora History Museum features American Indian artifacts from Aurora, personal possessions of the community’s earliest settlers, and items related to local industry and business. New and special exhibits will debut periodically, so please check back often to see another aspect of our community’s history.
The Rix Jennings murals, which chronologically tell the story of Aurora’s history, are on exhibit in the main corridor outside the town offices at the Municipal Center.

The exhibits of the Aurora History Museum, located outside the Historian's Office and presented in collaboration with the Aurora Historical Society, are open during Municipal Center hours, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, except holidays.

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To assist our guests in exploring the exhibits of the History Museum and inside the Historian’s Office, the exhibit labels are available for digital download and in a book on the table outside the Historian's Office door. Click below to download the labels.

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June 17 - October 11, 2024
Celebrating 60 Years of Our Library Building

On April 20, 1964, the doors to the current Aurora Town Public Library building opened to the public. The library had outgrown its previous home, a house that had stood on the site since the 1830s, and the Aurora Town Board agreed that a new, more modern building was necessary. In commemoration of the 60th anniversary of our community’s library building, the Aurora Town Historian's Office has gathered photographs and newspaper articles from its archives.

This and other historical exhibits may be viewed during regular Municipal Center hours, Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 

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