Take an educational journey through this historic home
The Coffin House can be made available for guided tours by site staff and volunteers when available.
Pricing and Tour Details
- Tours can happen before or after 5 pm. After-hours tours may depend on daylight.
- Cost of admission: $10 for adults, $8 for seniors (ages 60+) and $5 for children (ages 4-17) for tours before 5 pm.
- Tours after 5 pm: $50 per tour (groups of 10-40 people).
- For groups of 15 or more, a $1 discount per admission will be given.
- No drinks/food are allowed when touring the Coffin House.
- Pictures are allowed.
- Stair climbing is required to see the entire house.
What sets us apart
- Beautifully restored 1839 Federal-style home in nearly complete original condition
- Conveniently located just north of Richmond, Indiana on U.S. 27
- Complimentary parking available for event guests
- Event can encompass use of the Interpretive Center as well as the historic house
A home with an incredible story
The Interpretive Center expands on the story of the Coffins and the community, and how they worked to assure that freedom seekers were provided with shelter, resources and transportation on their journey north.
The Levi & Catharine Coffin State Historic Site provides a unique setting for your next corporate or organizational event. Here you get one-on-one with an amazing story of courage and sacrifice. Located in historic Fountain City, Indiana, (known as Newport until 1878) the 1839 Coffin home was given the title of “Grand Central Station of the Underground Railroad.” This Federal-style home was part of a larger network that served as a place of refuge for freedom seekers. The home contains many furnishings commonly seen in early 19th century Quaker homes in this part of Indiana.