AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM
436 East Douglas Avenue, Fort Wayne, IN 46802 Directions
African American Historical Society Museum is a nonprofit organization founded to maintain African and African American heritage and cultures through collections and services that encourage academic study and public use. Visitants can take a closer look at their hard times in this cruel world and be fascinated by the history of music and sports successes and contributions. It offers a wealth of historical treasure-trove of local gifts and popular past styles. African Art 's most extensive collection in town, 100 + objects. Opportunities for membership are available.
Private Events, Gift Shop, ESY Summer Camps, Rental Facility, Educational, Birthday Parties, Dining, Cooking Classes, Art Collections, Group Tours, Conservation, School Tour, Exhibitions, Stores, Field Trips, Venue & Girl Scout
Adults - $7 & Children - $5
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THE KARPELES MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY MUSEUM
2410 Fairfield Avenue, Fort Wayne, IN 46807 Directions
The Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum is the biggest private hanging of important original texts and documents in the world. Library offers special education classes and school seminars at all levels. Cultural literacy programs and school outreach programs are among the most famous of these. Museum offers free services are open, and your grade and high school. Guided tours are open to scheduled groups and on request from visitors. It affords free admission.
Collections, Documents. Exhibitions, Children’s Books, Stories, Displays, Historical Things, Manuscripts & Educational
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5705 Bluffton Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46809 Directions
Richardville House was built in 1827. The large and spacious hotel boasts crystal chandeliers, two parlors on the first floor, two upstairs fireplace suites, and a kitchen on the floor. There is also a barn, a corral and cattle pens outside the home for the majority of the 19th century. Visitors can tour the house's interior, see the room in which Richardville died, see the large safe where he stored his wealth, estimated at $23 million. The house was offered to his descendants over many generations until 1894 when it passed out of the community. It provides members and children two and under.
Educational Programs, Preservation, Architecture Buildings, Collections, Historical Timeline, Building, Exhibitions, Events, Stores & Historic House Tour
Adults - $7
Seniors (65+) and Youth(3-17) - $5