The History Museum
discover. experience. immerse.
At The History Museum, tour the Oliver Mansion, a 38-room Victorian house where the J.D. Oliver family once lived. The furnishings on all three floors are original to the house, providing a remarkable glimpse of family life in the mansion. Stroll through two acres of lush historic gardens, and explore a charming cottage reflecting life in the 1930s. View compelling changing exhibits, including a gallery that focuses on Notre Dame history, and learn about the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, whose story was immortalized in the film A League of Their Own. Kidsfirst Children’s Museum features an interactive Pioneer Village, perfect for ages 8 and under. Cemetery tours, museum theater, gallery talks, and children’s story times are just some of the intriguing programs presented by The History Museum.