626 Main Street
Anderson, IN 46016
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The Gruenewald Historic House is a French Second Empire with a slate mansard roof, gables, and a winding center staircase.Three floors are filled with period antiques to represent life in the 1890's.The house is set in a 1890 era garden complete with gazebo.
Permanent exhibits include a playable Trayser Victorian Square Grand, flow blue, Royal Doulton, period clothing, quilts, and kitchenware. Museum Room houses Civil War Documents, variety of tin types, family albums, and 18 and 38 star flags. Tea/Tour offered by appointment.
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