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Howard Steamboat Museum & Mansion, Jeffersonville

(45+ reviews on the web)
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Howard Steamboat Museum & Mansion is located in Jeffersonville. To visit Howard Steamboat Museum & Mansion on your holiday in Jeffersonville, and find out what else Jeffersonville has to offer, use our Jeffersonville itinerary maker.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Absolutely incredible workmanship throughout the house, very knowledgeable staff. The house is full of handmade woodwork and carvings that will amaze you and a very interesting history of the property...  more »
  • The Steamboat museum is fascinating and gives one a view into the ship building industry that Jeffersonville is noted for. The museum is chocked full and restored beautifully. During the summer the Ch...  more »
  • I highly recommend a visit to the Howard Mansion it is well worth the reasonable admission fee. The docent was not in the day we visited so the accountant gave us an overview of the mansion's history ...  more »
Google
  • 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 Historical content in house about steamboat industry worth the visit.
  • I love this place. The history here is awesome, It tells a story about the City of Jeffersonville's steamboat manufacturing. History lovers is worth a visit.
  • 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.
  • Nice cozy place