Explore our programs! Each year, the General Lew Wallace Study & Museum presents educational and entertaining programs for learners of all ages that demonstrate the qualities of leadership, ingenuity, exploration and character that General Wallace embodied throughout his life. Wallace was a non-traditional learner and largely self-educated, but late in life he was a vocal proponent of education of all kinds.
In 2016, these programs will include:
- Annual exhibit – The Golden Age of Indiana Literature: From Ben-Hur to Alice Adams – Focusing on the years from 1880 to 1920, our annual exhibit explores the great literary contributions Hoosiers have made over the years.
- Behind the Scenes Tour – See the Study basement and our artifact vault. This is scheduled for May 14.
- Hoosier Authors Book Club – Join us as we read books by various Indiana authors.
- Lew Wallace Festival of Words – A year-long series of programs focused on writing and literature
- ArchiCamp – Architecture-themed camp for youth ages 8 – 12, scheduled for June 21-22.
- The Taste of Montgomery County – Our biggest fundraiser of the year takes place on Saturday, August 27 from noon – 10 p.m. with great food and live music.
- Holiday High Tea & Fashion Show – Join us for a holiday celebration in December, including carols by the T-Tones, a fashion show, tea and light refreshments, and more.