Bird's Eye View Museum

Local Treasure!

The Birds Eye View Museum is no longer housed on South Elkhart Street.

The Display has been donated to the Wakarusa Historical Society who have built a new climate controlled building and are in the process of cleaning and setting up the display.

Birds Eye View Museum is open by Appointment, in March during Educational Days and during the Annual Maple Syurp Festival (The 4th weekend in April)

To Inquire call
(Wakarusa Electronics) and leave a message!

or Bob Glenn
to schedule at tour.

Wakarusa Historic Museum
Hours: Thursday: 12-2pm
Saturday: 9am - 12pm

For appointment call 574-862-1181

Your Past Reserved for Your Future!
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Wakarusa Historical Society

The Wakarusa Historical Society, Inc. was organized September 9, 1975 by Larry Smith, Floyd Drake, Robert Ehret, Helen Klein and Jack Hess. A meeting was held at the Leinhart Funeral Home with the goal to obtain and restore the old Wakarusa Depot which was subseqently donated to the Society September 10, 1976.

Since then the Wakarusa Historical Society has obtained "The Vet/ Dr. Office" and "Railroad Coach Car" in 1979; "Grandma's Haus" in 1983; "Dean's Toll Shed" in 1997; "Little Red School House" in 1995; "The Museum's Flag" in 1999; "The Blacksmith's Shop" in 2001and "The Fire House" and two "Fire Trucks" in 2002.


"This is Your Past Preserved for Your Future!"