Experience the Hoosier spirit and Indiana heritage with a visit to Conner Prairie. It’s the ideal place to immerse your students in the state’s history with hands-on activities and plenty of opportunities to interact with staff portraying characters from the past. Spend time outdoors, try hands-on activities and get some exercise. Each visit covers academic standards in multiple subject areas including social studies, language arts, and science. For an educational, authentic and entertaining look into the history that shapes us today, come to Conner Prairie!
Areas include the 1823 William Conner House, 1836 Prairietown, Lenape Indian Camp, 1863 Civil War Journey, 1859 Balloon Voyage exhibit, Treetop Outpost and Nature Walk, Create.Connect (combining history, science and design) and Makesmith Workshop (focusing on making things).
13400 Allisonville Road, Fishers, IN 46038
Rebuilding the House of Stone
The Civil War not only divided the nation, it also deeply divided families. Based on a real family, this one-act play tells the story of Henry and Valentine Stone, two Indiana brothers who were torn apart when one fought for the North and the other fought for the South.
Conner Prairie Guest Services
Contact Guest Services for available dates and times.
Prices start at $125 plus mileage.