1532 S. Third Street (812) 234-7881 http://www.candlesholocaustmuseum.org/ The museum exists to educate children and adults about the effects of hatred and prejudice. Exhibits emphasize the lessons of the Holocaust: families, forgiveness and perserverance. Tues-Sat 1 pm-4 pm. Email: email@example.com Map It
9th & Wabash Avenue Downtown Terre Haute (812) 232-9446 http://www.clabbergirl.com Bakeshop: M-F 6:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sat 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Country Store & Museum: M-F 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Sat. 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Early American Kitchen, 19th Century Street Scene, Antique Indy 500 Race Car, Wheels in Motion *Free Admission* Culinary Courses-Cooking Demonstrations every Saturday in Demonstration […]
Home of Eugene V. Debs, labor leader, socialist presidential candidate, and human rights advocate. Founded in 1960s open 1 to 4:30 pm Wednesday through Sunday, and by appointment. The home was built in 1890 Free admission. Closed holidays.
8th & Idaho Streets (812) 235-9865 or 234-0233 http://www.terrehaute.in.gov/departments/fire-department/fire-police-museum See the first motorized fire truck used in Indiana and other exhibits, displays and collections of fire-fighting equipment, including a fire pole and an operational fire alarm system. Also see Terre Haute’s first horse-drawn ambulance operated by the Police Department in 1885. Memorabilia from 1910 to […]
Scenic park featuring historical pioneer village with operating gristmill, lakes, trails, wilderness area and campground.
Indiana Landmarks is a nonprofit organization, fighting to defend architecturally unique, historically significant, and communally cherished properties. We rescue them, we rehabilitate them, and we give them new purpose — saving our state’s shared heritage and bringing new life to communities. 340 West Michigan Street Indianapolis, IN 46202 317-639-4534 800-450-4534 http://www.indianalandmarks.org/tours/pages/calendardetails.aspx?eventid=297
The Historical Indiana Movie Theatre; When you first enter our theatre’s rotunda, you have the feeling of entering a “Theatre of Old”, somewhere in 1860 Spain. The Indiana Theatre, desigend and built by John Eberson in 1922, is Spanish baroque in style and seats approximately 1,600 people. 812-235-0225 http://indianatheater.com/ Contact Rob Lundstrom: Info@IndianaTheater.com
Explore the culture of people that first inhabited the United States. Enjoy exhibits, culture, education, heirloom & wildflower gardens. Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.; Closed Sundays, Mondays, Election days and holidays
The gallery hosts a plethora of local and out of state artists exhibitions, student senior thesis shows, and faculty presentations. Noon-4 pm Tues-Fri
Saint Mother Theodore Guerin
In October 2006, Pope Benedict XVI canonized the foundress of St. Mary-of-the-Woods College, Mother Theodore Guerin, as the eighth Catholic saint from the United States. You’re invited to make a pilgrimage to the serene campus, where you can learn more about her, visit her shrine and walk the beautiful grounds
America’s oldest standing vaudeville theatre, the Hippodrome serves as the Scottish Rite Temple since 1955. The German Renaissance Revival-style building was designed by John Eberson.
The Vigo County Historical Society http://visions.indstate.edu/visions/partners/vchs.html
Third & Ohio Street
Lawn of the Vigo County Courthouse
1888 French – new baroque style Courthouse
A tribute to the men and women who work or worked for the railroads of the Wabash Valley. One of the features is an 1880′s vintage Terre Haute & Indianapolis Railroad Depot.