Conner Prairie
13400 Allisonville Road
Fishers, IN 46038-4499

Conner Prairie, an Earlham Museum, is an AAM accredited open-air living history museum located in Fishers, Indiana. It serves as a local, regional, and national center for research and education about the lives, times, attitudes, and values of early 19th-century settlers in the Old Northwest Territory, based upon the Indiana experience. Conner Prairie features a modern Museum Center, special facilities, and four historic areas: the 1836 village of Prairietown, the 1823 William and Elizabeth Conner Home, the Pioneer Adventure Area and the new Lenape Camp & McKinnen's Trading Post. The museum and historic areas are set on a 210 acre site featuring wooded areas and orchards along the White River in central Indiana.

In addition to its numerous year around historical and educational programs, exhibits, and tours, Conner Prairie offers special events and programming to over 300,000 visitors each year. In 1989 Conner Prairie was the only museum awarded the highest ratings in both authenticity and entertainment value by US News and World Report.