Visit the boyhood home and birthplace of the "Hoosier Poet" James Whitcomb Riley (1849-1916). See where the real "Little Orphant Annie" came to stay.

This Civil War era home, built by James' father, contains many family heirlooms that provided inspiration for his poetry. After the guided tour of the home, visitors are encouraged to stroll through the gardens and visit the museum which is located next door.

Reserved tours also available during the off-season.

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