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While visiting Hamilton County, Indiana, be sure to include one of the many Hamilton County museums in your itinerary. Be transported back in time at the Conner Prairie or into the delightful world of miniatures at the Museum of Miniature Houses and Other Collections. From local history and trains to a historic jail and The Great American Songbook at the Palladium, Hamilton County, Indiana has a museum to explore for every interest and age.
From the wilderness and now into public view, the cabin was once the home of one of the first abolitionists, George Boxley. Today, the Sheridan Historical Society is sharing the legacy of this story.
Built in 1883, the depot served as the main transportation and freight site for Carmel. Now home to the Carmel Clay Historical Society, the museum features railroad artifacts and local history. Open:
Spanning 850 wooded acres in central Indiana, Conner Prairie welcomes more than 340,000 guests of all ages annually. Five outdoor, historically themed destinations and indoor experiential learning
Using artifacts from the Foundation's collections, changing exhibits explore the history and culture of 20th-century American popular music by showcasing themes such as Broadway musicals and WWII
The Hamilton County Historical Society is a not-for-profit educational institution created to collect, preserve and interpret the history of Hamilton County, Indiana. Founded in 1963 the society has
Ride the rails to adventure. Weekend trains take you to dining, recreation, and sightseeing in towns along the Nickel Plate Railroad. Special event trains offer fun for the whole family.
Enjoy the creativity and craftsmanship in more than 80 dollhouses and miniature scenes. Children can play the treasure-hunt game. Choose docent-guided, self-guided or audio tour. Admission: $5/adult,
With a rich history of the Underground Railroad, the Westfield-Washington Historical Society preserves and educates through a series of events throughout the year. Admission: donations accepted
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37 E. Main Street
Carmel, IN 46032