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Winona Lake, Indiana
Church, Culture, General, History, Historic House
Billy Sunday Collection Relocating To Reneker Museum: Grace College and Theological Seminary announced Thursday that the Billy Sunday Visitor's Center collection will move to a new home in the Reneker Museum of Winona History, located in Westminster Hall of Grace College.
Moores Hill, Indiana
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, University
Moores Hill Male and Female Collegiate Institute was founded in 1854 by John Moore in the small town of Moores Hill in southeastern Indiana. The first college building at Moores Hill, Moore Hall, was completed on December 1, 1856, although the opening day of classes for the new college were held in the unfinished building on September 9th. It was renamed Moores Hill College in 1887.
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Specialized
Religious artifacts dating back to the time of Jesus Christ.
Fishers, Indiana
Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Nature Centers, Park, Science
At Conner Prairie, you’ll find four themed historic areas to explore: Lenape Camp, Conner Homestead, 1836 Prairietown and 1859 Balloon Voyage. In each area "look, don’t touch" becomes "look, touch, smell, taste and hear” as you live history first-hand. Explore 200 beautiful, wooded acres and discover fun daily activities, themed days and exciting ways to experience the past with your family. Don’t miss the Animal Encounters Barn where you can get up close with your favorite farm friends!
Indianapolis, Indiana
Art, Children's, Culture, General, History, Library, Specialized
Celebrating the rich history and diversity of Indianapolis' African American Community. Experience one of the Midwest's top African American Museums with a rich collection of African Art!
Washington, Indiana
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
The Daviess County Museum is dedicated to the preservation of the nearly 200-year history of Daviess County, IN. We have a display room with numerous exhibits, an archives room with genealogies and other research tools, and a gift shop.
Washington, Indiana
Culture, General, History, Historical Society, Library
The Daviess County Museum is dedicated to the preservation of the nearly 200-year history of Daviess County, IN. We have a display room with numerous exhibits, an archives room with genealogies and other research tools, and a gift shop.
Greensburg, Indiana
Archaeology, Cemetery, Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Military
Evansville, Indiana
Anthropology, Art, Culture, General, History, Science
One of Southwestern Indiana's most established and significant cultural institutions, the Evansville Museum is a general museum with comprehensive collections in art, history, anthropology and science.
Covington, Indiana
General, History, Historic House
Fountain County Clerk's Building is a local history museum. Built in 1842 by County Commissioners as a fire-safe depository for county records, it originally sat on the courthouse square and housed the first law office of author, stateman, inventor Lew Wallace. Sold in 1859 and moved 2 blocks to its current location where it was used as a private residence for 140 years. Fountain County Art Council, Inc.
Veedersburg, Indiana
General, History, Historical Society
The Fountain County Historical Society meets twice a year, once in the fall and once in the spring.
Indianapolis, Indiana
Culture, General, History, Specialized
Freetown Village has over 15 different outreach programs that teach African American history and culture. Programs tour to schools, churches, centers, libraries, and other public and private venues. Programs include interactive theater, music, storytelling, hands-on crafts or heritage workshops or other performance based programs. Programs tour statewide and are appropriate for various ages.
Rochester, Indiana
General, History, Historical Society, Specialized
FCHS depends on volunteers to host the museum and do a lot of the work, produce its festivals, gather history. We have 3 big festivals: Redbud Trail Rendezvous the last weekend of April, Historical Power Show third weekend of June, and Trail of Courage Living History Festival third weekend of September. We have 4 branches: Genealogy Section that publishes Fulton County Folk Finder, Potawatomi Trail of Death Assn.
Pendleton, Indiana
General, Nature Centers, Park, Science, Specialized
Earthship Corp. was formed by Sue Blakely, a tireless worker and believer in Vic Cook's approach to improving society. She is living in a forest with no outside utility hook up. Sue is living "off the land" in a beautiful handmade log cabin of her own design. Her cabin sets on a plateau on a hillside over looking a creek and a wet land.
Vincennes, Indiana
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, University
The William Henry Harrison Mansion was built when he served as the first governor of the Indiana Territory (1800-1812). Called the “White House of the West,” Grouseland was the first brick home in the Indiana Territory. In the frontier village of Vincennes it seemed a palatial mansion. It was built on a knoll overlooking the Wabash River near a walnut grove.
Anderson, Indiana
General, History, Historic House
House built in 1873. Features three story Second Empire home with fully equipped 1890's decor. Offers heirloom garden.
Anderson, Indiana
General, History, Library, Military, Science, Specialized
The museum houses a display of vintage and antique military equipment, aircraft, and other military artifacts. Group tours and catered parties available.
Greenfield, Indiana
Children's, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
All of the artifacts and the collections are owned by the Riley Old Home Society, a Not-for-profit organization.
Madison, Indiana
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Specialized
The Jefferson County Historical Society is located in heart of the National Historic Landmark District of downtown Madison, Indiana. Madison, founded in 1809, is well known for its preserved 19th century architecture, railroad history, and its beautiful riverfront on the Ohio River. It was once a busy steamboat port, and was the terminus of the Madison and Indianapolis Railroad, the first railroad in Indiana.
Richmond, Indiana
Anthropology, Aquarium, Arboretum, Archaeology, Botanical Garden, Children's, General, Library, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park, Planetarium, Science, Specialized, University
Joseph Moore Museum is the regional natural history museum for eastern Indiana. It provides opportunities for Earlham students to have hands-on experience working in a museum in the fields of zoology, botany, anthropology, geology, education, and applied arts. Students curate the collection, provide tours and planetarium shows for visitors, maintain the live animal collections, and design and build exhibits. Guidance is provided by natural science faculty members.
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