The Kelley Agricultural Historical Museum is a 125-acre property that has been restored to early 1920’s splendor. The property is located in the small town of Sharpsville, Indiana.
KAHM has been in operation for 29 years. The business was started in 1978, but opened it’s first building in 1985 by E.W. Kelley. The business started out in 1985 as a non-for-profit organization that wanted to preserve early pioneer items and the pioneer way of life for prosperity.
Today, the museum serves as a venue for celebrations and events of all kinds. The following are a few events that KAHM has hosted in the past: weddings, birthday celebrations, anniversary celebrations, graduation celebrations, family reunions, baby/bridal shower celebrations and holiday parties.
Tours are available upon request, please contact Mike Kelley.