The General Lew Wallace Study and Museum, a National Historic Landmark...read more
The General Lew Wallace Study and Museum, a National Historic Landmark and 2008 winner of the National Medal for Museum Service, features General Wallace’s personal Study, a unique building situated on over 3.5 acres of park-like land; his 1870 Carriage House, now an interpretive center and exhibit hall; and original memorabilia from throughout his life and career as a soldier, statesman, and the celebrated author of Ben-Hur, the best selling novel of the 19th century.
Please allow at least 1 hour for a visit. No tours will be started after 4:15 Eastern.
The Museum is CLOSED for tours on the fourth Saturday of August each year (August 25, 2018).