Historic Sites

Art Museum Of Greater Lafayette
Lafayette, Indiana

The art museum was founded by visionary leaders in 1909 as the Lafayette Art Associatio

Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum
Auburn, Indiana

The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum, a not-for-profit educational corporation, is committ

Automotive Heritage Museum
Kokomo, Indiana

The Pioneer Auto Club began showing cars in the early 1950's.

Barker Mansion
Michigan City, Indiana

Much of the decor consists of authentic Barker family artifacts, including furnishings

Bosse Field
Evansville, Indiana

Named after Evansville mayor Benjamin Bosse, Bosse Field opened in 1915 and is one of t

Carnegie Center For Art And History
New Albany, Indiana

The museum strives to serve as a cultural resource for the education and the enjoyment

Conner Prairie Museum
Fishers, Indiana

Visitors can experience 19th-century American culture in new ways at the Conner Prairie

Dr. James Ford Historic Home
Wabash, Indiana

Dr.

Eiteljorg Museum Of American Indians And Western Art
Indianapolis, Indiana

Eiteljorg described his collection as a very personal one that grew not only out of his

Evansville Museum
Evansville, Indiana

Visitors can explore through the new and exciting displays throughout the museum.

Fort Wayne Historical Society Museum
Fort Wayne, Indiana

There are more than 23,000 artifacts in our collection, many of which are on permanent

Gene Stratton Porter State Historical Site
Rome City, Indiana

What is now the Gene Stratton-Porter State Historic Site was the Porter’

General Lew Wallace Study And Museum
Crawfordsville, Indiana

General Lew Wallace’s study is a separate standing building that was constructed fifty

George Rogers Clark National Historical Park
Vincennes, Indiana

A 30-minute movie on Clark's western campaign is offered every 1/2 hour.

Grissom Air Museum
Peru, Indiana

The museum has 25 legendary aircraft on outdoor display, spanning from WWII to the Gulf

Grouseland
Vincennes, Indiana

Harrison was elected ninth President of the United States in 1840, so the home is a Pre

Hannah Lindahl Children's Museum
Mishawaka, Indiana

Visitors can get a close look at the wonderful world of nature, a taste of life in Japa

Hillforest
Aurora, Indiana

Shipping and riverboats were significant elements of the Gaff business enterprises and

Historic Landmarks Foundation Of Indiana
Indianapolis, Indiana

HLF, established by volunteers, ranks as the largest private statewide preservation gro

Historic New Harmony
New Harmony, Indiana

New Harmony, Indiana, located on the banks of the Wabash River, is an experience like n

Historic Prophetstown
West Lafayette, Indiana

Historic Prophetstown interprets a unique Indiana story on the history of the Wabash Ri

Historic Southern Indiana
Evansville, Indiana

This heritage area contains numerous sites of historical significance, including Vincen

Howard County Historical Society Museum
Kokomo, Indiana

The mission of the HCHS is to collect, provide physical protection for, and make access

Indiana Historical Society
Indianapolis, Indiana

This organization encourges both members and visitors to utilize the resources and serv

Indiana State Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana

Constructed completely from Indiana materials including limestone, sandstone, steel, br

Indiana World War Memorial Plaza Historic District
Indianapolis, Indiana

Construction began on the Indiana World War Memorial Plaza in 1919 to honor the America

Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall Of Fame Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana

The Hall of Fame Museum displays the equipment and methods used for timing and scoring

Indianapolis Museum Of Art
Indianapolis, Indiana

One of the 10 oldest general art museums in the country, the Indianapolis Museum of art

James Whitcomb Riley Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana

The house of Hoosier Poet James Whitcomb Riley embodies the sophistication of society l

Jennings County Historical Society
Vernon, Indiana

The society is housed the North American House, built by Mr. Thomas J. Storey in 1838.