The Farmer’s House Museum is free to the public 1 to 5 pm during the summers Monday through Friday. it is located at 529 college ave in downtown Bloomington. There is also a website to look at http://www.bloomington.in.us/~farmerhm
On the last Saturday of each month between the hours of 1 and 4pm (or by appointment)you can go to the Hinkle-Garton Farmstead Community Historic Site which is a part of the Bloomington Restorations, Inc. it is free and located at 2920 E. 10th St. in Bloomington. This is a queen Anne style home built on a farm built in the mid 1800s. This was setup to show a representation of what life was like during this period in time. There is a website to look in to this beautiful place www.bloomingtonrestorations.org
The John Waldron Arts center at 122 S Walnut St in Bloomington features over two dozen exhibitions annually that highlights fine and contemporary art and crafts from local and regional artists as well as the special exhibitions and the holidays artists market. It is free to the public and open Mon – Fri 11am to 5pm and on sat 11am to 3pm. There is a website www.artlives.org
For more places to visit in Bloomington you can go to http://www.visitbloomington.com
All three of these places give you a glimpse in to the history and the culture of the Bloomington area.
I truly hope you enjoy your visit.…