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  Haan Mansion Museum
  920 E State Street
  Lafayette, IN 47905

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Haan Art Museum in Lafayette, Indiana

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A Museum in Lafayette Dedicated to the Art and Artists of Indiana


The best Indiana art and ceramics anywhere are featured in this mansion moved from the 1904 St Louis World's Fair and furnished with massive American furniture.

Exhibitions and Events Schedule


Daily Hours

Wednesday through Saturday from 1 to 4 pm
$10 for adults - $5 for 5 to 17
Children 4 and under not admitted
Babies in arms OK
Premium members are free
Closed major holidays & Christmas Eve day

Sculpture Garden
Open every day

Spring-Summer (Mar 15-Aug 31) 7 am to 9 pm
Fall (Sept and Oct) 8 am to 7 pm
Winter (Nov to Mar 14) 8 am to 6 pm

Nature and Bike Trails
Open every day during daylight hours

Handicap Accessibility

First and secod floors accessible to all visitors.



The Haan Museum will soon have an outdoor stage for summer productions, but we need your help. Use this link to our Buy A Board shopping page.

Supported in part by by grants from
North Central Health Services (NCHS) and the City of Lafayette.

Hoosier Quilts: A Patchwork of Periods and Styles

Opening Reception January 19, Exhibit from January 20 through March 17

Take a trip through time at the Haan Museum. See traditional quilts from the 1800's and crazy quilts from the 1900's.
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Hoosier Women Artists: Works Selected for the Indiana Statehouse

Opening Reception January 19, Exhibit from January 20 through March 17

Paintings straignt from an exhibit at the Indiana Statehouse show the variety of talents of current Indiana women artists. They will be joined by a variety of 3-dimensional objects from Women artists in the Haan Museum collection.

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Opening Reception July 20 - Exhibit from July 20 through October 17

Indiana artists have documented the State's history andculture through their paintings, and this exhibit explores their insights.
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