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This historic tavern, museum, lodge was one of Noble County’s first commercial structures. What began as a waypoint in 1839 is now the site of the annual Stone’s Trace Pioneer Festival (takes place on the weekend after Labor Day) and Civil War reenactments. Enjoy pioneer-themed Hearthside Dinners and crafts for the whole family.
Housed within a brick 1920s-era filling station at the corner of Lincolnway South and West Union Street is the Ligonier Visitors Center and Heritage Station Museum. The museum’s collection features artifacts representative of Ligonier’s rich history, including Mier carriage, manufactured in Ligonier. The collection also features antique radios, telegraphs and microphones dating back to as early as 1898. The museum offers guided tours to groups consisting of 10 or more members.
The only perfumery in the United States, the Annie Oakley Perfumery is open for both public and private tours. Visitors will meet Annie Oakley founder Renee Gabet and her family as they guide you through their collection of fragrances. See the factory where Annie Oakley’s unique scents are born, and even create your own fragrance!