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The Clarke County Museum is a local museum in Grove Hill, Alabama. It is housed in the historic 1854 Alston-Cobb House and is deemed as a ?treasure trove of local history?.

The Clarke County Museum features a wide range of displays that chronicles the rich history of the county. Most of the best known exhibits are archaeological finds like the fossils of prehistoric whale known as the Zeuglodon. It dates back to around 50 million years ago when the Clarke County was still a part of an ocean. There are also displays about the Native Americans and the past wars starting from the Civil War. A number of other historic structures are also found on the museum grounds.

The Clarke County Museum is open Mondays through Saturdays.
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