List of State Historic Sites in Indiana

List of state historic sites in Indiana which are a part of the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites.

  • Angel Mounds State Historic Site
  • Corydon Capitol State Historic Site
  • Culbertson Mansion
  • Gene Stratton-Porter Cabin State Historic Site
  • Historic New Harmony State Historic Site
  • Lanier Mansion State Historic Site
  • Levi Coffin House State Historic Site
  • Limberlost State Historic Site
  • Pigeon Roost
  • T. C. Steele State Historic Site
  • Vincennes State Historic Sites
  • Whitewater Canal State Historic Site
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