Explore an ancient Indiana metropolis at the AAM accredited Angel Mounds State Historic Site. Learn about the 1000-year-old Mississippian civilization through archaeological discoveries.
Spark curiosity and creativity with hands-on activities by the Carnegie Center for Art and History’s educators. Also check out the Center’s virtual and outreach programs for school, scout and homeschool groups.
Learn how Indiana was transformed from a territorial outpost to a functioning modern state—from Corydon’s colorful beginnings to today—at the Corydon Capitol State Historic Site.
Culbertson Mansion stands as an example of the tastes, ideas, and lifestyles of the late 1800s. The Mansion was once home to renowned philanthropist, William Culbertson.
The AAM accredited Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science offers programs on everything from hands-on art to anthropology to transportation. Virtual tours are available.
The Lyles Station Museum explores the history of the community known as Lyles Station in Gibson County. The museum offers a heritage, 1920s classroom experience.
Learn about the history and culture of Newburgh and the surrounding area’s unique river town heritage at the Newburgh Museum, housed in the historic Old Newburgh Presbyterian Church.
The Warrick County Museum offers interactive programs on pioneer living and the history of Warrick County to schools and organizations.
The oldest public library in Indiana, Willard Library offers history tours to classes and families, as well as children’s activities and literacy programs. A librarian will even come to you!