Grouseland, President William Henry Harrison Mansion

3 West Scott Street | Vincennes, IN.  47591


Grouseland was the home of William Henry Harrison, then governor of the Indiana territory, later ninth president of the United States. Built in 1803-1804, it was saved from destruction and restored by the Francis Vigo Chapter of the DAR in 1911.

Grouseland was the focal point of the social and official life of the territory and is furnished with pieces from the time period including some of Harrison’s possessions.

Grouseland is preserved and restored as Harrison’s home with its period of significance being 1800-1812. Family members owned the home until approximately 1850. The museum features an impressive collection of art, furniture, and memorabilia. There are three original portraits of Harrison in the collection, Harrison family pieces, military and campaign memorabilia collected since the house opened in 1911. The State rifle of Indiana is also owned and exhibited by Grouseland Foundation.

Additional Details


Tuesday - Saturday, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday - Monday, CLOSED

If you would like to schedule a tour outside of Grouseland's regular hours, please contact them at (812) 882-2096.

Admission Details: *For group tours of 10+, please call the Vincennes/Knox Co. Visitors & Tourism Bureau @ 1.800.886.6443 Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 4:00pm (ET).


Manager: Lisa Ice-Jones, Director

Phone: 812.882.2096  *toll free

Fax: 812.882.7626


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