Morris Butler HouseOld Victorian turn of the century mansions - with period furniture, window coverings, wallpaper and intricately carved plaster is what you enjoy? Located near the center of Indianapolis on Park Street, this Empire-style house is easily accessible and a favorite tourist attraction for those interested in period antiques and architecture. In 1864 architect Diedrich Bohlen, of Hanover, designed this Empire style house for indianapolis businessman John D. Morris. In 1881 attorney Noble Chase Butler purchased the house. It was then sold to the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana in 1964, and thus the Morris-Butler House Museum opened in 1969.
Historic Old Northside IndianapolisThe Morris-Butler Home Museum is located in the heart of historic Old Northside Indianapolis. The museum offers an annual event schedule which includes holiday performances, educational programs, seasonal exhibits, historic landscape workshops, historic homeowner lectures and guided tours. This museum mansion has been referred to as the best kept secret in Indianapolis. The red brick exterior with the tower and dormer windows makes for a very
Historic Mansions In IndianapolisPresident Benjamin Harrison's home and the home of James Whitcomb Riley the renowned poet are also located in Indianapolis and fantastic examples of turn of the century architecture. For further information on the Morris-Butler House call (317) 636-5409.
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