Early settler Joshua Lyles, donated 6 acres of ground to the Old Airline Railroad to establish a rail station. In 1886, the settlement was officially named Lyles Station in honor of Joshua Lyles. The town flourished during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, developing into a self-sustaining community of approximately 800 residents. Help us to preserve the history and programs we offer. Your time and donations are always appreciated.
Open Tuesday-Saturday 1:00pm – 4:00pm (CST) or by appointment.
We are closed Sundays, New Years’ Day, Easter, Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Day
General Admission Adults: $5 — Youth (under 17): $3 — Senior Citizens (65 & Older): $4
Lyles Station Historic School and Museum is located on CR 500 W near CR 100 N 1 mile north of SR 64 & 65,
Lyles Station and 5 miles west of Princeton IN Gibson County, Indiana
953 N. County Road. 500 W.
PO Box 1193
Princeton, IN 47670