The Haan Museum is three museums in one, all housed in a mansion that served as the Connecticut Building at the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair. The Museum is known for its outstanding collection of historic Indiana paintings, including the best works by T.C. Steele. We also display hundreds of Indiana ceramics – including tables, chairs, figural works, and architectural forms as well as bronze and stone sculptures and glass. A major collection of massive antique American furniture adds to the homey feel.
The two main floors of the Haan Museum encompass about 9,000 square feet. An elevator allows guests with mobility concerns to access the second floor.
The Museum has three special exhibitions each year in addition to their popular Christmas tours.
Visit Haan Mansion online for their schedule of events and special exhibitions. Beginning January 9, 2020, the Haan Museum will be open during specific dates and times for scheduled Self-Guided Tours. Group Tours (15 or more people in a group) are not being scheduled at this time. Please visit haanmuseum.org for details, dates, and times.
The Sculpture Garden and Nature trail are open daily, free.
Admission: $10 for adults, $5 for ages 5-17, and include special exhibitions.