The Andrew County Museum is a local history museum located in Savannah, Missouri. It opened in 1989 and it is dedicated towards interpreting and preserving the history of Andrew County. Visitors can learn about the families, farms, towns, and the social life of the county in the Rural Way of Life permanent exhibit. The Duncan Gallery displays rotating exhibits and also functions as a meeting room. The museum also offers a lecture programming series. This year, 2015, include talks about the history of Savannah, Appalachian Folk Music, and the abolitionist John Brown. Volunteers can work at the museum and internships are offered as well.