James Whitcomb Riley Museum and Historical Marker
The James Whitcomb Riley Museum and Historical Marker are located in Indianapolis, IN. The museum is dedicated to the memory of James Whitcomb Riley, a 19th-century American poet, and writer. The museum houses a collection of Riley's personal belongings, including his writing desk and chair, as well as a library of his works in Indianapolis, IN.
The historical marker commemorates Riley's life and work. Visitors to the museum can learn about Riley's life and work, as well as see some of his personal belongings. The museum is open to the public Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Admission is free for children under the age of five, and $5 for adults. Seniors and students with ID receive a discount. The James Whitcomb Riley Museum and Historical Marker are located at 650 West Washington Street in Indianapolis, IN.
Some things to do while visiting the museum in Indianapolis, IN include:
-Viewing the collection of James Whitcomb Riley's personal belongings, including his writing desk and chair
-Visiting the library of Riley's works
-Seeing the historical marker commemorating Riley's life and work in Indianapolis, IN
-Learning about Riley's life and work through exhibits and displays at the museum in Indianapolis, IN
-Attending one of the many events held at the museum throughout the year, such as book readings, lectures, and workshops in Indianapolis, IN
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