Want to dig into Indiana’s history from the comfort of your home? Now you can!
The Indiana Historical Society offers valuable — and free — virtual resources and e-learning opportunities to fellow Hoosiers and visitors from around the globe. If you, your students, kids or grandkids are looking for fun, educational and historical online experiences or resources, check out our extensive list below.
Get closer to history and take a virtual step back in time! Now, you can explore some of our “You Are There” and “Be Heard” exhibits from your computer or mobile device. You can view videos, images and objects as well as select digital interactive features that make you part of the story.Learn More
We have set up a special online tool that will allow you to share your stories, photos and other items so future generations can understand what this experience was like for Hoosiers.Learn More
How much do you know about the Hoosier state? Check out our educational resources, and you’ll find everything from games and fun facts to learning about Hoosiers who made their marks.Learn More
Students, researchers and history enthusiasts by the thousands connect with the millions of items in our premier archive for the history of Indiana and the Old Northwest – and you can, too.Learn More
Take a look at our video collections about Indiana history. The Indiana Bicentennial Minute is narrated by Hoosier icon Jane Pauley, and tune in to Hot Pepper History for some laughs.Learn More
E-books from the IHS Press are available for your device. Or you can download back issues of our award-winning periodicals — there’s something for everyone.Learn More