Museum of Huntingburg

508 East 4th Street
Huntingburg, IN 47542


Enjoy the Museum of Huntingburg Indiana!  Learn about the rich history of this fascinating history.  From pioneering the first generation of automobiles, to hosting major film productions, the ingriguing tales will surprise and delight you.

Take a journey back in time...
       Founded in 1837 by Colonel Jacob Geiger, an avid hunter, Huntingburg has a rich history that is preserved and protected by the City of Huntingburg Museum. Artifacts on display illustrate the life and times of the people of Huntingburg. Come and see the

    - Personal belongings of Colonel Geiger      
    - 1901 “Huntingburg” Tour Car      
    - Uniforms and pictures from area servicemen and women      
    - Uhl Pottery      
    - Pictures, artifacts, and documentation of social, cultural, and industrial activities.

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