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A Terre Haute Original.

Terre Haute is fortunate to have the Hulman family preserve an original business intact in the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Terre Haute, Indiana
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I was intrigued by the museum and I was pleasantly surprised that it was more than I expected... read more

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900 Wabash Ave, Terre Haute, IN 47807-3208
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Terre Haute is fortunate to have the Hulman family preserve an original business intact in the downtown region. The museum is now a favorite hangout for locals and visitors who appreciate a quiet time while enjoying their coffee and reading their newspapers or books, just...More

Thank PrimoAndres
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I was intrigued by the museum and I was pleasantly surprised that it was more than I expected. There were several rooms to walk through and each contained information about the era in which the baking soda company was established as well as following it...More

Thank MJ115
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Great place to check out local history and get a bite to each from the Clabber Girl bake shop. Great atmosphere and wonderful customer service.

Thank Jesse H
Reviewed June 11, 2018

Great place to visit in Terre Haute, really good coffee. The museum is really nice and they also offer cooking classes.

Thank jeanlv2016
Reviewed June 4, 2018

We really enjoyed this museum and they had lots of vignettes, photos and signs about the company during the early years with great explanations. The company is still in business and uses 7 different buildings for it's manufacturing. Only 2 things could have made it...More

1  Thank mgalex
Reviewed May 17, 2018

Interesting find. A thoughtful layout of the areas history an da small coffee shop with some eats. Service was incredibly friendly and fairly fast. Eating/sitting are is clean and well lit.

Thank Bruce B
Reviewed May 12, 2018

It's a bit difficult to find since the building is not well marked, but once you are there, it's free to enter. The museum features an interesting mix of history and unusual facts. For instance, who knew there were actually "baking powder wars" back in...More

Thank Sally S
Reviewed May 3, 2018 via mobile

They were setting up for an art show, so some of the exhibits were hard to see. But it is worth the visit if you need something to do for an hour or two. The bakery has great cookies!

Thank Lynn M
Reviewed April 9, 2018

Beautiful building and exhibits. We weren't able to take a guided tour, but it was really well done, and the exhibits were displayed well, and signage was very helpful.

Thank B4564ZKanna
Reviewed March 30, 2018

Nicely done museum -- beautiful woodwork. Makes you feel like you are living 100 or so years ago. We enjoyed reading about the time period and looking at the different rooms (I think there were 3) showing life at that time. I didn't realize that...More

1  Thank jr2017H2O
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