In the Heart of Nostalgia


Welcome to The Henager “Memories and Nostalgia” Museum

The Henager Family Museum Inc. was officially opened in December of 1996 by Mr. James Henager. Items have been donated and came from all across the nation, today the museum has collection of over 20,000 items. In 1998 the Organization received it’s non-profit 501-C-3 status and in 2008 officially started the National Veterans Memorial and was given the Trademark of that name by the U. S. Government.

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Enjoy a stroll down Memory Lane

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Exhibits Overview


Currently the Museum has thousands of items which are preserved and displayed. The Indiana Visitors and Tourism Commission recognizes the museum as a point of interest in Southern Indiana and includes it in their listings of historical sites and points of interest. The museum is open to the public on a regular basis. Donations and admission fees help support the operations of the museum. The museum is currently raising funds to expand its operation.

  • Western Movie Stars
  • American Music
  • Smokey Bear
  • Lumber & Woodworking History
  • Automotive Heritage
  • Santa’s Workshop
  • Hollywood Wall of Fame
  • Abraham Lincoln’s Legacy
  • Veteran’s Exhibit
  • Watch “Free” Classic Movies*

*With Paid Museum Admission

Plus Much More American & Pop Culture History!