Housed in the historic 1885 Brown Mansion, the Westchester Township History Museum offers a variety of activities and research opportunities for local residents, area visitors, and researchers.
Wednesday – Sunday, 1-5pm or by appointment.
For more information or to schedule, call 219-983-9715 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guided tours of the Brown Mansion. Groups of 8 or more must schedule a tour in advance.
Visit the permanent exhibit, highlighting local history from prehistoric times to today.
Visit the temporary exhibits, celebrating different elements of area history. Exhibits change approximately every four months.
Free research assistance (copying fees may be incurred).
Appointments with our researcher. Research materials may not leave the building.
Access our collection of digitized photographs.
Les and Mary Pratt Local History Archives include maps, phone books, newspapers, and other materials highlighting local people, places, and businesses.
Richardson Wildlife Sanctuary Archives include the organization’s papers and artifacts collected through 2005, including hundreds of photographs taken by William Richardson.
Prairie Club Archives include papers, photos, scrapbooks, and more from this Chicago-based group that was active in the Indiana dunes from 1908 into the 1960s.
Chesterton Tribune Photo Archives include historic Duneland images published in the local newspaper.
Professional help with your family history research, including assistance with Ancestry.com, local family information, and other genealogical research.
Find over 100 locally-themed gifts for yourself and others, including works by local artists.