953 N. County Road, 500 W.
Princeton, IN 47670
The Lyles Station Museum displays the
story of what the black community had to
endure in Lyles Station and recreates a
sense of life and learning in the town
during the 1920s, when the school was
new and the community was thriving.
Celebrating freedom & Success in
Indiana, Lyles Station stands as one
of the last remaining African American
settlements in the state. Settled in the
early 1800's this community's heritage
is preserved in the renovated Lyles
Station School. It's Heritage Classroom
provides students the opportunity to
to experience a day in the life of
school children in the early 1900's.
The school also features a museum,
gift shop, meeting facilities and a
period garden
Visiting students will experience
a day in the life of African-
American school children in the
early 1900’s.

Museum Hours:
Fall Hours:
(Sept - May)
Saturdays only
10:00 am -2:00 pm
or by appointment

Summer Hours
(June - Aug)
Tues - Friday
10:00am-2:00pm (CST)
Saturdays by
appointment only

Sundays-Mondays, New
Years' Day, Easter,
Thanksgiving &
Christmas Day

General Admission
Adults           $5
Youth (under 17) $3
Senior Citizens   $4
(65 & older)
Please help us
preserve the
heritage of
Lyles Station.
NOW accepting
reservations for  
Field Trips!
Call us and find
out how your
SCHOOL field trip
can be FREE
Lyles Station is honored to be a part of the new
SMITHSONIAN National Museum of African American
History and Culture in Washington D.C!

Lyles Station Makes Front Page of the
The month of February at
Lyles Station!
Open Saturdays 1-4pm

Join us Saturday, February 11th at 1:00 pm for
a re-cap of our trip to the Smithsonian African
American History and Culture.