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Lane Place 2020 Opening!

The MCHS is excited to announce we will be opening to the public on Thursday, November 5th for tours! Due to limited staff and volunteers we will be open on Thursdays and Fridays for tours through December 5th, when we will close for the season as usual. We plan to open early next year and begin offering tours in March of 2021.


Reopening in the age of COVID-19 will require scheduled appointments for research and Lane Place tours. Please call 765-362-3416 or look here on our website for information on how to schedule tours. Tours will be offered on Thursdays and Saturdays from 10am to 4pm. Face coverings will be required when visiting to protect visitors, staff, volunteers and the artifact collection. If you are feeling unwell we ask that you reschedule your tour or research for a later date.


Tours will run from 60-90 minutes, showcasing the first floor of our historic home. Groups will be allowed to have a maximum of 6 people, not including a tour guide. Multiple tours will not be given at the same time in order to ensure the safety and quality of our guest's experience.


For more information please follow us on social media or contact our office.



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