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Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum

200 Battleground Ave, Battle Ground, IN 47920-7026
+1 765-476-8411
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Lovely respite

We travel I 65 from Cincinnati to Chicago several times a year. This 15 minute detour off the... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Cincinnati, Ohio
Impressive Park

We spent quite a bit of time walking all around the Park. The museum was closed the day we were... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Paula C
Warren, United States
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The Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum and adjacent memorial commemorate the nationally significant Battle of Tippecanoe, November 7, 1811. The Museum focuses on the Battle, early settlement and nineteenth century Native American life styles. The Park includes a Nature Center, picnic shelter and other picnic areas, and the trailhead for the Heritage Trail, a 13-mile long linear trail that runs through Lafayette and West Lafayette. The Museum Store includes items such as books, clothing, historic patterns and souvenirs. The Museum and Museum Store are open year around. Please call or check the website for hours.
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200 Battleground Ave, Battle Ground, IN 47920-7026
+1 765-476-8411
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Reviewed 4 days ago

We travel I 65 from Cincinnati to Chicago several times a year. This 15 minute detour off the interstate traffic is educational and relaxing. A beautifully maintained park , clean restrooms and fascinating little museum make the stop do worthwhile. Laura the assistant museum manager...More

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MuseumStore, Manager at Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago

WE're glad you enjoyed the park and museum. Be sure to stop in whenever you travel between Indianapolis and Chicago. We think it's nicer than most interstate rest areas!

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We spent quite a bit of time walking all around the Park. The museum was closed the day we were there. There was a small building with stuffed animals and information on plants and very informed people to help with questions.

1  Thank Paula C
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Very interesting to stop in and really devote some time to reading and learning about a very important footnote in history which happened right in the middle of Indiana. Worth the $5 for museum admission and the time to go through and learn it all....More

Thank G H
Reviewed 14 June 2017

Tippecanoe and Tyler Too! A campaign slogan that references a battle that is almost forgotten today. In 1811, Native Americans were in trouble - a seemingly endless wave of white settlers were fanning out from their initial footholds on the East Coast. Every year it...More

1  Thank interceptpubs
Reviewed 8 June 2017

nice museum on the property. Interesting monument as well. There are hiking trails on site as well. Lots of artifacts from the time period showing what life was like back then. Story boards about the indians that were there, and why they clashed with the...More

Thank stevenenglish
Reviewed 5 June 2017

A nice museum with enthusiastic staff. Grounds are well kept and while the battlefield is fairly small, it is quite interesting with several monuments. Great diorama in the museum with a electric light battlefield presentation - old school, love it!

Thank DillonM1905
Reviewed 3 March 2017

A beautiful property on which the battle occured in 1811. There are grave stones for some of the officers killed there, but sadly, none for the American Indians who died. Read the signs to learn about the battle. The oak trees are estimated to be...More

1  Thank Denise C
Reviewed 7 November 2016 via mobile

Nice fairly small Indiana early 1800s memorial. You can walk over a bridge over a creek to see the battlefield! Monuments have interesting information on them! Appears that they have activities but was there in off season.

Thank 1tinsoldier
Reviewed 21 October 2016

This museum was filled with artifacts and history related to the war between Tecumseh and the military. Well worth the time.

Thank Grandma341
Reviewed 16 October 2016 via mobile

Beautiful setting, but not really much there. It would be lovely for a picnic. We didn't get a chance to see the museum (it was closed the day we were there). Would come back to see it, though.

Thank Parker B
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