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Our e-mail address is henagermuseum@gmail.com 

 Located in Buckskin, Indiana (North of Evansville on State Highway 57, just     
off I-64 & I-69 in Gibson County in far Southwestern Indiana)         
Telephone: 812-795-2230 or 812-795-2237        

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8837 South State Road 57
Buckskin, Indiana 47613

Mailing Address: 8837 South State Road 57

 Elberfeld Indiana 47613

Endorsed by the
Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission

Lincoln Bicentennial 1809-2009 Live The Legacy (logo)

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The Henager Family Museum was officially opened in December of 1996 by Mr. James Henager. As time passed, the local community became interested in the museum and begin donating additional items for display in the museum. When the family made the collection available for community contributions, an overwhelming response of additional items for display was received by the museum. Currently the museum receives items for display from all across the nation and now has collection of over 20,000 items.In 1998 the Organization received it's non-profit 501-C-3 status 

A restored 1930 Model A Ford is among the museum displays.


Museum Hours

June  - July - Aug
Mon. thru Thru. 8:00 - 7:00
Fri. 8:00 - 5:00
Sat. 8:00 - 4:00

The rest of the year

Mon. thru Fri. 8:00 - 5:00
Sat. 8:00 - 4:00

Cost to tour the museum is $6.00 adults $3.00 children $4.00 groups

Veteran's Exhibit: The Museum has been working to guarantee that our veterans are not forgotten! We are asking for help in this national project. In order to insure that veterans are not forgotten, we are seeking exhibit items for display. These items will be shown in conjunction with our current World War I and II, Korea and Vietnam items. If you have items or wish to help establish a display honoring our veterans, contact the Museum. Today the museum has one of the largest U.S.O. show photo archives in the country .

Exhibits include items from the Roy Rogers Collection

A large collection of movie nostalgia and the Hollywood Wall Of Fame.

Henager's "Memories and Nostalgia" along Indiana 57 is unlike any museum you'll find in a 
big city. It is filled with pop culture and historical keepsakes. Items include: TV & Movie Heroes and Legends, as well as the American Music Hall of Fame.


A wide variety of collections are on display in the museum including exhibits on Western Movie Stars, American Music, 
Smokey Bear, and our Automotive Heritage.



Cost to tour the Museum is $6.00 adults $3.00 children $4.00 groups

Abraham Lincoln Lincoln Exhibit 
"Abraham Lincoln's Legacy How It Has and Continues to Influence Our Region and Country."

"Largest Lincoln related exhibit in Indiana."
This exhibit was built during the Bicentennial and has become a public favorite with a over 300 items



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