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Travel through time with us and visit our historic settlement along the banks of the Wabash River. You will discover pieces of the past, and explore an exciting period of time in Huntington County’s history when you visit the Historic Forks of the Wabash featuring the home of Miami Chief Richardville, the Nuck House, Schoolhouse and French Trading Post.

Visitors are welcome to stroll the grounds on your own or book a private tour inside the museum and historic buildings by calling a few days in advance. Small fee charged for private tour. Visit their website to get more historic information on the buildings and the Miami.

The gift shop, wooded trail, and large covered picnic area are used by thousands of school children each year on educational field trips.

You can also reserve the Chief Richardville Room, a large modern meeting space with views of the Wabash River. This room can be reserved for special events such as wedding receptions, reunions and banquets. Outdoor pavilion also available for use as well as the wooden structure on trail that is available for intimate weddings.