Plan A Visit
Tours begin in the Visitor's Center, located in the Carriage House behind the Reitz Home. Tours are approximately one hour in length. Visitors will go through 12 rooms on two floors of the museum, including the Family Hallway.
Reservations are appreciated for groups of 10 or more people. Please call (812) 426-1871 or contact us to schedule your tour. If you need to reschedule or make changes to your tour, please contact us at least one week in advance.
We look forward to your visit to the Reitz Home Museum. We hope you enjoy your tour.
View location map and driving directions
The Reitz Home is open to the public.
New Winter Hours through March 15:
Tuesday through Friday - 11:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Closed Mondays and Major Holidays
Children 12 and under: $1.50
Adult groups of 25 or more: $5.50 per person ($7.50 if under 25)
High school and university groups: $2.00 per person
Elementary and middle school groups: $1.00 per person
Before Your Visit
Please complete and return the appropriate tour confirmation form.
Adult Tour Confirmation (8 KB | PDF)
School Tour Confirmation (High School and University) (16 KB | PDF)
School Tour Confirmation (Elementary and Middle School) (16 KB | PDF)
Guild Lunch/Dinner Tours Confirmation (20 KB | PDF)
Student groups: Please view the Reitz video if it is available at your media center.
Day of Your Visit
Upon arrival, we ask that a teacher, chaperone, or group leader come to the Carriage House to make payment and notify staff of the group's arrival.
Students should remain on their bus or, weather permitting, line up on the sidewalk in front of the Reitz Home Museum on First Street.
After payment has been made and the staff has been notified, the group will be asked to enter the Reitz Home through the First Street entrance.
Please put payment in an envelope and label the outside with the school name, the total amount enclosed, the number of students, and the number of adults.
Limit of one adult for each group of 12 students
Maximum of 48 people in the museum at one time
No photography allowed in the museum
Please do not touch the furniture or the decorations
Do not lean on the walls