Built nearly 200 years ago and newly restored for the Indiana Bicentennial, the Conner House is an immersive experience unlike any other. The one-time residence of William Conner and his family is one of Indiana's oldest brick homes. The Conners experienced a period of transition and change at the same time Indiana was moving from territory to statehood. Enter through the family's front door, located on the prairie side of the house, and immerse yourself in exhibits and activities that explore the questions of the day. See how land was settled, surveyed and sold. Imagine your life in a house like this. What would you have eaten? What would you wear each day? This is the perfect place to discover what pioneer life was really like.