Wylie House

  • 307 E. 2nd Street
  • Bloomington, IN 47401
  • (812) 855-6224

Home to IU's first president, Andrew Wylie, the Wylie House is open to the public to tour with a guide. The 1835 structure is one of Bloomington's oldest homes and is outfitted as it might have looked during that time period. Collections in the house include family artifacts and photos that document the early history of Indiana University and Bloomington. The historic house also has an heirloom garden on its grounds, which is now part of a seed-saving program that provides valuable historic interpretations on generational gardening in the area. 

Admission: Free

Saturday Crafternoons at the Wylie House Museum

  • Recurring weekly on Saturday until May 25, 2024
  • Wylie House
  • (812) 855-6224

Join Wylie House Museum staff for a family friendly activity in the Morton C. Bradley Education center! Activities change monthly and feature a hands on make-and-take craft such as seed paper, suncatchers, pressed flowers, and more. Come back each month to see what the new activity is or find us... Learn more