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Billy Sunday Home Museum

1111 Sunday Ln, Winona Lake, IN 46590
574-372-5193 Museum Office

Billy Sunday made his home in Winona Lake from 1911 until his death in 1935. As a former professional baseball player for the Chicago White Stockings (now the Chicago Cubs), Billy Sunday inspired millions with a captivating mixture of theatrics, humor, and hellfire. His widow, “Ma” Sunday, continued to live in the family home until … Continued

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Etna Green Museum

338 S Walnut St, Etna Green, IN 46524
574-858-2632

Come discover the history of the town of Etna Green at this museum in Heritage Park. There are many items from the Etna Green School Alumni along with the basketball teams memorabilia. The museum is located in Heritage Park. Before you leave town, be sure to see the Mural painted by Robert A. Hudson at … Continued

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Nappanee Public Library

157 N Main St, Nappanee, IN 46550
574-773-7919

The mission of the Nappanee Public Library as expressed by the Board of Trustees is to provide and actively promote access to resources for all people, regardless of their cultural background, viewpoint, gender, or educational level, so that individuals may improve the quality of their lives. To this end, the library provides print and non-print … Continued

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Pound Store Museum

2932 E Armstrong Rd, Leesburg, IN 46538
574-269-1078

Opened for the first time in 1838 as an Indian trading post, the Pound Store Museum is the county’s oldest commercial building. Named for long-time owner John Pound, the store was recently renovated by the Kosciusko County Historical Society. The Pound Store Museum is located across the road from Rookstool’s Pier Shop.

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The Party Shop – Hallmark Ornament Museum

3418 Lake City Hwy, Warsaw, IN 46580
574-267-8787

The Hallmark Ornament Museum is the only complete collection of Hallmark Ornaments on public display, with over 4,000 ornaments on display. While there you can also browse the Thomas Kinkade Gallery, Department 56 Collection, and much more. Visitors will also receive a Christmas ornament for their gem collection. Approximately 1 hour.

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Winona History Center

105 9th Street, Westminster Hall, Winona Lake, IN 46590
574-372-5193 Museum Office

The Winona History Center tells the story of beautiful Winona Lake from 1895 – 1968. The museum includes four galleries located within historic Westminster Hall on the campus of Grace College. Visitors will learn about the development of Spring Fountain Park, Winona’s significance as a Chautauqua site, the energetic evangelist Billy Sunday, and gospel music pioneer Homer Rodeheaver. … Continued

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