EXHIBITS & COLLECTIONS CALENDAR OF EVENTS IMAX THEATER FOR EDUCATORS PUBLIC PROGRAMS
VISITOR INFO ABOUT US CONTACT US NEWSROOM VOLUNTEERISM FACILITY RENTALS MEMBERSHIP SUPPORT THE MUSEUM STATE HISTORIC SITES
ANGEL MOUNDS
SEASON & HOURS
ADMISSION & TOURS
HISTORIC SIGNIFICANCE
SPECIAL ACTIVITIES & EVENTS
RENTAL INFORMATION
RELATED LINKS
EDUCATION EVENTS & STANDARDS
70TH ANNIVERSARY
CORYDON CAPITOL
CULBERTSON MANSION
ERNIE PYLE HOME
GENE STRATTON-PORTER CABIN
HISTORIC NEW HARMONY
LANIER MANSION
LEVI COFFIN HOME
LIMBERLOST
T.C. STEELE HOME
VINCENNES SITES
WHITEWATER CANAL
Angel Mounds

Address:
Angel Mounds
State Historic Site
8215 Pollack Ave.
Evansville, IN 47715

Phone: 812.853.3956
Fax: 812.858.7686

E-mail: angelmoundsshs@dnr.in.gov

Contact:
Mike Linderman, Site Manager

Directions: From I–64, take I–164 S to Indiana 662. Turn right off the exit and go to the first right, which is Stacer Rd. Turn right and proceed to first stop sign. Turn right onto Pollack Ave. The site is .5 mile ahead on left.

Description: Once a thriving Mississippian town, the area now known as Angel Mounds State Historic Site now focuses on prehistoric archaeology and learning.  Visitors will learn more about these Native American people through interactive exhibits.

The largest apple-breeding program in the world is conducted at Purdue University.
Site designed and developed by Pathway Productions