About

Historic Knightstown

Historic Knightstown, Inc began in 1980 to preserve the identity of century-old homes, the Knightstown Academy, and the Hoosier Gym. Knightstown is the home of several Indiana Landmarks which led to the town being designated as a “Historic District.”

Historical buildings must first be identified and submitted for approval before they can be pegged as landmarks. Historic Knightstown, Inc played a major role in Knightstown becoming a Historic District.

Located in the heart of the Knightstown Public Square, we have a museum that people visit for a variety of reasons. Whether you’re looking for Knightstown memorabilia or genealogy information about your family- you may find it at the Historic Museum of Knightstown.

Our People

Our board consists of nine volunteer members. As a board, we provide presentations and sponsor guest speakers. These presentations may include historical information or current events of interest to the Knightstown community.

Current Board members are: President, David Steele; Treasurer, Barbara Carter; Kevin Knott, Secretary; John Lansinger, Jane Pidgeon, Rene McVey, Jeff Vickers, Johnna Vickers, Linda Glenn.  Museum advisor, Bonnie Manche.

How can you get involved? Become a member, board member, or volunteer with Historic Knightstown. For more information, please fill out the contact form, and we’ll get back with you soon.