Admission to Garst Museum & National Annie Oakley Center in Greenville is $10 for adults, $9 for seniors [60+], $7 for youth [6-17], children 5 and under are free.
- Open daily except Mondays from February 1 to December 29, with the exception of major holidays. Closed in January. Hours are 10:00 to 4:00 Tuesday thru Saturday and 1:00 to 4:00 Sundays.
- Location: (Map It) 205 N. Broadway in Greenville, Ohio
- Phone: 937-548-5250 (for tour groups call 937-548-5250)
- Web: www.garstmuseum.org
The Garst Museum & National Annie Oakley Center in Greenville, Ohio is the former site of Fort Greene Ville and the Treaty of Greenville. Garst Museum, which includes the Annie Oakley Center, is a large museum encompassing seven different wings. Visitors enter through the Garst House, which was built in 1852 as an inn. The first floor of the Garst House is home to Native American Artifacts and items pertaining to the Treaty of Greenville signed in 1795. It opened the Northwest Territory for settlement. Located in the upstairs of the Garst House is a military exhibit, which ranges from 1812 to the current conflict in Iraq. Attached to the Garst House is the Annie Oakley Center, which was opened on July 29, 2005 and contains the largest display of Annie Oakley items in the world. The Lowell Thomas Exhibit is housed in the next wing and includes items from his career as the most famous broadcaster of his time. The museum also houses an antiques gallery, a village of old shops, a pioneer wing, a collection of Currier and Ives, and a genealogy center.