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Historic Prophetstown [IN]

Historic Prophetstown is located in the Wabash River Valley and is dedicated to giving its visitors a glimpse into life in the valley during the 19th and early 20th centuries. In addition, Historic Prophetstown has a reconstructed Woodland Indian Settlement.

Historic Prophetstown offers field trip programs, workshops, guided tours, interpretive events, and occasional special events such as storytelling and fairs. The website offers a teacher's guide to field trips at Historic Prophetstown, visitor information, and information regarding upcoming events and workshops.