Journey through time with our award-winning You Are There exhibit series, the virtual wonder of Destination Indiana and more.STEP INSIDE
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From students to researchers to history enthusiasts, thousands of people connect with the millions of items in our premier archive for the history of Indiana and the Old Northwest – and you can, too.START EXPLORING
Our efforts to connect people to Indiana’s past stretch throughout the state.Learn More
Immersive time-travel experiences. Innovative programs. Extensive archives. Statewide services. Compelling stories. From award-winning exhibits to millions of items from Indiana’s past, the Indiana Historical Society brings history to life for all ages. We do your history.STATEWIDE SERVICES
Ninety-two elaborately decorated trees create a winter wonderland to delight people of all ages.
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Supported by The Mothershead Foundation, OneAmerica and MacAllister Machinery, Inc.
Benjamin C. Evans Jr. was a CIA executive who operated at the top levels of the U.S. intelligence community during the darkest days of the Cold War. His story starts in Crawfordsville, and author Douglas A. Wissing follows him through West Point, World War II and his marriage to Jan King, part of the old Washington, D.C., aristocracy.Learn More
Since 1830, the Indiana Historical Society has been Indiana’s Storyteller,™ connecting people to the past by collecting, preserving and sharing the state’s history.