Huntington County Historical Museum
Visitors trace the history of Huntington County from prehistory, Miami Indian and French Voyageur period, Canal era and pioneer settlement to today. You’ll want to check out the Caswell Runyan cedar chests, outhouse exhibits, displays of the Wabash and Erie Canal, railroad, and new rotating exhibits that keep visitors coming back to discover what’s new and old at the Huntington County Historical Museum.
315 Court Street
Huntington, Indiana 46750
Open Wednesday through Friday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
And Saturday 1 – 4 p.m.
Closed month of January
117 booths expected. This event is FREE and that includes breakfast, lunch, snacks...
3 on 3 Basketball Tournament is open to Male & Female Divisions; 5 age groups: Elementary...
Ending time is approximate! Register before the 9 a.m. start time. The course begins...
The Visitor Bureau is in process of adding a special event/conference planning section. If you are looking to plan a wedding or event, contact the Visitor Bureau for details on area meeting and special event spaces.
Local favorite, Nick's Kitchen, was recently featured in a Food Paradise episode on the Travel Channel network, entitled "Pork Paradises". The restaurant is known for being the birthplace of the hand-breaded pork tenderloin sandwich, an Indiana favorite! Hours are Monday - Saturday 6am - 2pm and closed Sundays.
Welcome to Huntington County, Indiana. Check out our Visitor's Guide page to download a copy of our Visitor's Guide or to find out more about how you can receive a copy in the mail.