Hannah Lindahl Children’s Museum

Since 1946 Hannah Lindahl Children’s Museum has provided a collection of unique artifacts that encourages families to explore, learn and enjoy the history of the
Mishawaka area.

Hannah Lindahl Children’s Museum features a collection of real historic objects that come together in exhibits to tell stories about our local history! Schedule your group for one of many tours offered by HLCM, visit the Museum and explore on your own, or join our volunteer staff to learn from the Museum in a hands-on way!

Lexie and Clifford



Clifford the Big Red Dog and HLCM Director, Lexie Schroeder posed for a quick picture at Barnes & Noble on Saturday! Thanks to all of you that came out to help support the Museum. It  was so much fun to meet you, play games, and read stories together!



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Saturday, May 17, 2014
Survive Alive House
30th Year Anniversary Celebration
The Museum will be free and open to the public. Come celebrate 30 years of teaching fire safety to kids, 1:00-5:00pm. Enjoy fire safety, food, special activities, and games with the whole family! Call or email the Museum for further details.