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Fishers - Conner Prairie Interactive History Park

13400 Allisonville Road

Conner Prairie Interactive History park invites families of today to engage, explore and discover what it was like to live and play in Indiana’s past. We bring history to life by recreating settings and time periods and by engaging visitors through first-person costumed interpreters and hands-on experiences.

We have five themed historic areas on 200 beautiful, wooded acres including, 1863 Civil ...War Journey: Raid on Indiana, Lenape Indian Camp, and a 19th-century settlement called 1836 Prairetown. In 1859 Balloon Voyage guests can fly 350 feet above the prairie in a tethered helium balloon. Visitors can explore the 1823 William Conner Homestead – the first brick home in Hamilton County. Guests can also mingle with our rare and historic breeds in our Animal Encounters Barn and trek through our Nature Walk. Indoors, families can get creative and experiment in Create.Connect, Discovery Station and Craft Corner. Every visit is a unique adventure that provides an authentic look into the history that shapes us today.

Our goal is to educate families with fun and interactive experiences that expose them to history, nature, science and the arts.

Mission Statement: To inspire curiosity and foster learning about Indiana's past by providing engaging, individualized and unique experiences.


Mike Swinson

Saturday, Dec. 23, 2017
Excellent place to go with your family and enjoy some great family time. We went over the holidays and really had a lot of fun. The staff really goes out of their way to make sure everyone has a good time. This is a very unique place. A fun family outing.

Colleen Thomas

Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018
We've been members for several years and always enjoy spending the day here. There's so much to do and they're always changing the activities available so there's always something new to see. We love the annual events like history on tap, Headless Horseman and the science days.

Darya Jackson

Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017
Did candlelit Christmas. It was great! Leaving the museum we left modern civilisation behind. No electricity anywhere in the village circa 1836! It was dark and the pathways were lit by the lanterns. Each house had a roaring fireplace - so close, right in front of you. The actors did a great job telling their stories. For a moment I felt like a time traveler!

Kyle O'Malley

Monday, March 19, 2018
Great place to take the kids. Had a meeting there, not great temp control inside if youre going to be sitting there all day with a large group, but that could have just been that day. In the fall, a stop at the Apple Store will make your day.

Meridian Blanco

Monday, Nov. 13, 2017
The was the first time I've ever been. We went for Conner scary. The haunted hayride was great. It was SUPER busy. I went on a weekday because I thought it would be less crowded. Couldn't see much because everything was already full of people! The corn maze was very unorganized, no signs where to enter or line up. I was so irritated after waiting in a line for nothing that we didn't even do it. Overall I feel like I wasted my money. I would like to go back sometime for their regular park.

Conner Prairie Interactive History Park is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media