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Located on North Indiana Avenue on the Indiana University campus, this museum contains changing exhibits about anthropology, history and folklore from countries around the world.

Location: 416 N. Indiana Ave., Bloomington Indiana 47408 Telephone 812-855-6873

Other History nearby:
(Bedford) Antique Auto and Race Car Museum
(Terre Haute) Eugene V. Debs Home
(Terre Haute) Historical Museum of the Wabash Valley
(Bloomington) Mathers Museum
(Bloomington) Monroe County Historical Society Museum
(Gales Ferry) Nathan Lester House

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