Academy Museum

 

The Academy of Hoosier Heritage is a local history museum located in the frist Mooresville High School Building, now known as the Academy Building. The Museum is located on the second floor of the building at 250 N. Monroe St. in Mooresville, on the campus of Newby Memorial Elementary School.                                                                                                            

The museum includes a one-room school, information and artifacts about Mooresville and Morgan County, and temporary exhibits. Our displays include primarily artifacts from the 1800s depicting Mooresville and area history.
 
 

Our permanent exhibits include a pattern from the belongings of Indiana State Flag creator Paul Hadley, a Mooresville resident, as well as items from the home of Mooresville's founder Samuel Moore.

Learn about the history of the Academy Building

Learn more about Mooresville Schools History

Contact Us about donating to the museum, volunteering or with any other questions.

 

The Academy of Hoosier Heritage Museum will be closed from July-September for inventory and renovations. The Board of Directors, staff and volunteers will be reviewing the collections and displays, and working on updates for the museum during this time. 

 

About Us

 

Address: 250 N. Monroe St.,

Mooresville, IN 46158

Tel: 317-474-8866