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Watch the recording from the Lincoln Funeral Train Commemoration from April 7. See more information below about the upcoming event on April 30.
Indiana's Statehouse, a building of outstanding architectural beauty, has served as a center of civic life in Indiana since 1888. Plan your visit, read about the history of the building, or schedule a tour using the links provided below.
If you have questions please contact the Statehouse Tour Office
Jennifer Hodge, Coordinator
Phone: (317) 233-5293
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2015 Lincoln Funeral Train Commemoration
This year we commemorate the 150th anniversary of the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln.
The first event will take place on April 7 at 11:00 a.m. in the Rotunda of the State House. Watch the recording of the event here.
The second program will be held on the anniversary of the day his body lay in the Indiana State House, April 30 at 11:00 a.m. Learn More
Hoosier Heroine Essay Contest
Students, grades 5-9, were invited to participate in an essay contest to discuss a pivotal moment in U.S. or Indiana history and the role Hoosier women played in it. Learn More
Indiana Statehood Day
The Statehood Day essay competition is to commemorate Indiana Statehood Day, a celebration of Indiana’s birthday. Learn More
State Holiday Tree Trim
The State Holiday Tree Trim is where Indiana youngsters are invited to create an ornament for placement on the state’s official holiday tree in the Statehouse Rotunda or on a tree at the Governor’s Residence. Learn More
Now visitors to the Indiana State House have a source for information about the sculptured busts placed on the various levels of the Rotunda. The historic artwork - Great Hoosiers in Sculpture - represents some of Indiana's most prestigious citizens.