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Howard Steamboat Museum & Mansion, Jeffersonville

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#45 of 88 in Museums in Indiana
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  • Have passed by here many times over the years while in town for business appointments at the sprawling Jeffboat shipyard across the street but never took time to stop here. What a mistake! This most i...  more »
  • Beautiful elegant house. Rich history of steamboats. Can't wait to see what they do with the carriages house. Spent almost 2 hours looking and reading.  more »
  • My boyfriend and I spontaneously crossed the Ohio River to Jeffersonville to see what was on the other side. We were pleasantly surprised that this museum was a double feature...both a museum to steam...  more »
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  • If you love old mansions, this one is a must see! Woodwork throughout house is absolutely fantastic. Artistic talent that would be hard to recreate. Historical content in house about steamboat industry worth the visit.
  • The Howard is a rare Victorian mansion that still houses many of the original furnishings. It Is a worthy house museum, not only a repository of steamboat memorabilia and technology.
  • Went as a child on field trips, went back as an adult. Wonderful little museum if you're into history, you'll enjoy this place. I assure you. Lots to read and see.
  • Lots of interesting history to discover and beautiful antiques.
  • Neat little museum, very nice house with most of the original furnishings. All visits are guided, but $5 for students and kids and $7 for adults, and around a 1.5 hour tour it seems like a very reasonable charge. Better yet, it seems that most visitors go with a personal tour guide not in a group. This is a good way to spend a couple hours, and I would recommend at least doing it once just to check it out.