Out of the enthusiasm that came from the town’s year-long 150th Birthday Celebration in 2008, came the idea that we could no longer exist without a proper history and culture museum. The 150th Birthday projects–the collection of oral histories, the yearbook of families, the children’s historical play, and the final exhibit of all the photos and memorabilia that had been stored in people’s attics and under their beds—made Ashland wake up to its remarkable history. Read more on our About page. Watch us as we grow. Read the latest Ashland Museum News & Notes. Come back to the website to see what we have changed and added. Help us. Join us. Send in a donation.