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Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site

Indianapolis, IN

(317) 631-1888

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N Delaware St Indianapolis, IN, 46202
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  • Kelley Jourdan 13 days ago

    Definitely one of the better presidential home tours I've been on, even better than some museums I've visited. We came near the end of the day and got "stuck" with Gary as our guide. So glad we did. He was so knowledgeable and had a true passion for the history of the President, as well as the home and collection of antiques. My daughters loved learning the fan signals and still refer to Gary's instructions. Our tour went over the time limit and I didn't even realize it! I could spend all day in there. I didn't have a chance to thank Gary for such an excellent tour because he had to run to assist someone in the gift shop. Thanks, Gary - you are a wonderful guide, even my girls commented on your in-depth knowledge and how much they enjoyed the tour. I highly recommend this tour. Ask for Gary! You won't be disappointed!

  • Greg Catcott 15 days ago

    Ok but our tour was very limited by a croquet tournament the day we went. Nice mansion, nice guides but small compared to other presidental museums...

  • Michael McCrory 81 days ago

    This place was amazing. I went with my son's 4th grade class on a led tour. It took 45 minutes and it was fascinating. I believe tours are free.

  • Shell B 94 days ago

    This was a great tour. The house's furnishings were beautiful, and we learned stories behind many of the pieces. I liked hearing about the less known president, Benjamin Harrison. The tour guide Jim was informative, humorous and friendly.

  • K Bergeron 183 days ago

    The house is magnificent and the people charged with its care go beyond knowledge to true understanding of the home, the Harrison Family, and the sentiment of the time. Themed tours throughout the year are excellent! They are approximately one hour and under $20. Highly recommended The Civil War dinner is pricey for an event so it is best to consider it a fund raiser. "Benjamin Harrison" and his "Aide de Camp" provide interesting information while prepared questions for the guests help stir lively conversation. Recommended

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