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The Historic Cragun House
The Cragun House, located at 404 West Main Street in Lebanon, is home to the Boone County Historical Society. In 1988, the Cragun family gifted the home and contents to the BCHS. Their wish being to show the community an image of how a late 19th century home appeared. With most of its original furnishings, as well as other donated items of the period, the Cragun House is not only an elegant old home, it is a living history museum.
Built in 1893 by Lebanon school superintendent and newspaper publisher Strange Cragun, the Queen Anne style home hosted many notable guests of the time. Vice President Charles Warren Fairbanks, James Whitcomb Riley and Indiana Governor Samuel Ralston were a few who were welcomed by the Cragun family.
The historic Cragun House can be found at
404 West Main St
Lebanon, IN 46052
The home is available for tours and can be rented for events, including business meetings, civic group meetings, weddings, wedding and baby showers, Christmas parties, and recitals. Filled with Victorian charm and ambience, the Cragun House can be the perfect backdrop for many occasions. The house can comfortably accommodate
groups of up to 30 people.
Tours of the Cragun House are available. To learn more about touring the house, or to reserve it for an event or meeting,
please call the message line: 765-483-9414 or
e-mail us at: email@example.com
To rent for your event simply click HERE, complete the application
and mail or E-mail today!
Are you ready for a little history lesson?