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White County Barn Quilt Tour

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Eleven barn quilts have been placed throughout the townships of White County to preserve the architectural legacy of historic barns. 

1.  Les and Phyllis Condo

Log Cabin

In memory of Nancy Skinner

Union Twp

4590 E 400 S

Monticello

2.  Becky Chitty

Harvest Sun

Prairie Twp

1786 W 700 S

Chalmers

3.  Robert & Joann Sanbloom

Knotted Diamond

West Point Twp

5863 S 450 W (see from 600 S)

Chalmers

4.  Dempster & Ruth Martin

Ohio Star

West Point Twp

4590 E 400 S

Reynolds

5.  Sue Wiese

Lone Star

In memory of Ruth Werner

Honey Creek Twp

705 W 100 S

Reynolds

6.  Gary & Connie Rice

Sweet Rose

In memory of Donna Jean Rice

Monon Twp

5476 N 300 E

Monon

(6 miles N of US 24 W)

7.  Larry and Edith Hunt

Star of Bethlehem   

Liberty Twp

5743 N 700 E

Monticello

(N of Sitka)

8.  Mike & Kay McLeland

Summer Star

Cass Twp

5572 N 1300 E

Idaville

(5 miles N of Willie Motes)

9.  Wayne and Diane Schroeder

Carpenter’s Star

In memory of Dee Wright

Lincoln Twp

2632 N 1250 E

Idaville,

10.  Johnson Family Barn

SiouxMonti Farms

Swedish Cross

In memory of

Ward & Elizabeth Johnson

Lincoln Twp

11521 E 250 N

Idaville

11.  Jim and Judy Hunt

Variation of Ohio Star

Union Twp

8199 E US 24

Monticello

 

 

 

Contact Information

White County Barn Quilt Tour
4590 E 400 S
Monticello, IN 47960

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574-313-1421

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Visitor Information

  • Offers group rates, discounts and/or tours
  • ADA accessible

Things To Do

  • tour
  • historic
  • family
  • barn
  • agriculture

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