Teachers!
We are taking reservations NOW for
the the Lyles Station's
"
Underground Railroad"
Traveling Trunk
for the 2017 school year

Click the trunk for more details
Travel through time and the grounds of Lyles Station, dropping keys in a
box . Watch the characters wake up to tell you the story of their life.

Recommended for ages 8 and up

Your Night at the Museum will begin
promptly at 7pm

Please dress for  the weather

Refreshments will be served
Pizza can be served for an additional charge

Children are encouraged to come dressed as
a character in history

Admission is  $5.00 per person


for more information , call
812-385-2534 or 812-779-7456
or visit
www.lylesstation.org
AARON R. FISHER of Lyles Station, a soldier
of WWI, was awarded the Distinguished
Service Cross for what U.S. Army called his
“extraordinary heroism in action.”

And many more...
FREDERICK DOUGLASS  the first nationally
known African American leader in U.S.
history.  
WILLIAM H. ROUNDTREE  resident from
Lyles Station who became the first black
postmaster north of the Mason-Dixon Line
PROGRAMS
THE LYLES STATION HISTORICAL SCHOOL & MUSEUM PRESENTS ...

NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM
AN INTERACTIVE  NIGHT OF HISTORY
953 N. County Road, 500 W.
PO Box 1193
Princeton, IN 47670
812.385.2534