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Corporate and Social Opportunities

Entertain your corporate or social group at the home of a president! We offer a host of intriguing and unique events that combine history and entertainment.  We have a wide array of exclusive events for your staff, clients, volunteers, book club, or group including Civil War Dinners, Croquet Roquet, Theatre room buyouts, and private tours.  Connect with our staff to discuss a tailored experience.

Candlelight Theatre

Book a private performance and treat your family, friends, clients, or coworkers to a heartwarming, interactive, and delightfully frightful event. With the Harrison mansion as the stage, Candlelight Theatre is a unique and unforgettable experience.

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Civil War Dinner

This is the perfect opportunity for you and your guests to engage in an unforgettable dinner as interactive invitees of General Benjamin Harrison and his Major.  Charge your glass and enjoy an insightful and engaging evening with General Harrison and Major Hurt.

This program can accommodate private groups of 20-36 on site, and more by special arrangement.

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Croquet Roquet

Entertain your group with a day of croquet! Whether you’re a die hard or just learning, we can structure a day of play for you and your group. Use our fine equipment and spend the afternoon on our two-acre south lawn.  Have a food truck pull up curbside or cater in a banquet. This endlessly customizable event can accommodate groups large or small.

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A Walking Tour of Delaware Street

The Harrisons move to Delaware Street in 1875, and many city leaders and captains of industry made Delaware Street a desired place to live in Indianapolis.  Now known as the Old Northside, this area was home to author Meredith Nicholson, the meeting place of suffragette May Wright Sewall, the residence of Charleston Eden— founder of the first indoor mall in America.

The homes on this tour match the past occupants’ classical, playful and eccentric personalities. You will learn the history of the homes, their residents and architectural styles. You will be given a handout with glossary of terms that will allow you to be a hunter of historic architecture in whatever neighborhood you chose to visit next.

  • Self-guided walking tour
  • Cost is $5 per person
  • Brochures for purchase in the Welcome Center
  • Allow 60-90 minutes for this experience
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