The Morris–Butler House is a Second Empire -style house built about 1864 in the Old Northside Historic District of Indianapolis, Indiana . Restored as a museum home by Indiana Landmarks between 1964 and 1969, the American Civil War -era residence was the non-profit organization's first preservation project. Restoration work retained some of its original architectural features, and the home was furnished in Victorian and Post-Victorian styles. Its use was changed to a venue for Indiana Landmarks programs, special events, and private rentals following a refurbishment in 2013. Regular daily tours of the property have been discontinued.
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1204 N Park Ave, Indianapolis
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