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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...more
200 Battleground Ave, Battle Ground, IN 47920-7026
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I can't give this a complete review because the visitor center and museum was closed. (Closed on Wednesdays). Therefore only the outside monuments were available to visit.
The monuments are self explanatory and well kept.
The Museum is a history buff's dream, it mostly focuses on the time period immediantely before the battle and the general area. Their is a good number of artifacts and very detialed hsitorical panels. The gift shop has numerous items and a large selection of...More
Although my husband and I have driven by the park, we had never stopped until this past Saturday. It is a small well-kept battlefield memorial with a nature center and museum. While we were there, 2 individuals, dressed in the 1811 attire of the US...More
The huge memorial to the US soldiers who drove native Americans out of their homes was creepy. Kind of felt like visiting Auschwitz but at least there they don’t have a huge monument glorifying the nazis. It just felt really creepy and made my skin...More
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Rick C, Manager at Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for your perspective and comments on your visit. It is, indeed, difficult to interpret a site of this nature with due respect to both sides who were fighting for what they thought was right. We attempt to tell the story from a balanced...More
Walked the battle area, visited the nature center, walked trails and visited the museum. The kind lady in the museum area was very informative and interactive with visitors; lots of interesting things to look at and/or purchase. The museum itself, though small, packs enough information...More
Rick C, Manager at Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for the review. We're glad you enjoyed your visit!
Beautiful monument & huge grounds for letting children or pets run. Very interesting pre-civil war cemetery. Great information center. Lots of large shelters for groups to gather to eat. Just a few miles from Lafayette & the I65 interstate. Geocaching delight with a variety of...More
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Rick C, Manager at Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 28 August 2018
Thank you, Hoodly. Glad you enjoyed your visit. Don't forget our museum and history store, we're pretty proud of those, too.
Be sure and stop in again next time you're in the neighborhood!
We started our visit by checking out the gift shop and museum. Laura, the Assistant Manager was very welcoming. Since the weather was perfect after a series of blistering hot days, I was hesitant to being indoors. Laura's knowledge of this historic battle piqued my...More
I stopped by the battlefield with a buddy of mine during a hiking trip. The grounds are well maintained and the memorial impressive. We walked around and checked out the church, cemetery and the small nature center. The main museum was closed because we went...More
If you like history, this is a must stop. Very informative museum and the battlefield is well maintained and interesting. So glad my husband and I visited this site when we were in Indiana visiting the Wolf Park. We had a great time.