Built in 1835, Wylie House was the home of Indiana University's first president, Andrew Wylie, and his family. Today, Wylie House is owned and operated by Indiana University Libraries as an historic house museum. It supports the campus curriculum, providing students and faculty with access to the museum and its collections for course integration and research opportunities. The museum's Morton C. Bradley, Jr. Education Center, situated next door to the museum, provides space for staff offices, exhibitions, and class meetings. Wylie House provides IU students with experiential learning through internships, employment, and volunteer opportunities.
The museum is open to the public for free walk-in tours. These are guided by docents . The museum's collections are available by appointment to researchers, Indiana University classes, and students. Please contact the Director, Carey Champion, at (812) 856-2353 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment. A virtual tour makes a visit possible as well!
307 E. Second Street
Bloomington, Indiana 47401
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Wylie House Museum actively supports the academic mission of Indiana University and engages visitors in immersive and inclusive histories associated with the home.
The Wylie House Museum is owned and maintained by Indiana University and is a part of the Indiana University Libraries. Private donations, essential to the work of the museum, pay for research, programs, acquisitions, and preservation.
Internship possibilities and other volunteer opportunities are also available. Learn to be a docent, help in the garden, or assist with special events or behind-the-scenes projects. Call or e-mail for more information about current volunteer opportunities.