A Night at the Site

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A Night at the Site

This October, visit the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site to experience a one-night-only unforgettable evening of historically haunting stories. This event will feature a glimpse into the home at night and fun artifacts related to some unexpected stories. Guest will get a look at the flag that laid over Harrison’s casket, William Henry Harrison’s mourning ribbons and hear a funeral march played on our historic Reginaphone. Tours are free for the public and with this unique experience ‘A Night at the Site’ will sell out fast. Make your reservations today.

We recommend this tour for children age 10 and up due to the darkness of the home, length of the performance, and subject matter.

Please direct questions or concerns to the Special Events and Marketing Manager: (317) 631-1888 or events@bhpsite.org.

Photo by: Susan Fleck

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