Explore a Pioneer-era Farm and Inn
Restored by Indiana Landmarks, the 1841 Huddleston Farmhouse offers visitors a glimpse of the daily lives of John and Susannah Huddleston and their 11 children, as well as the travelers who crowded the porches and yard and rented the farmhouse’s two “travelers’ kitchens” for cooking and sleeping.
On the accessible lower level of the farmhouse, National Road Heritage Site exhibits give modern-day travelers a picture of cross-country travel on the Historic National Road from Cumberland, Maryland to Vandalia, Illinois—from the pioneer era to the present.
The Huddleston Farmhouse is also the location of Indiana Landmarks’ Eastern Regional Office and the office of the Indiana National Road Association. You’ll find the property approximately 60 miles east of Indianapolis and 20 miles west of Richmond on U.S. 40—the Historic National Road.
The Huddleston Farmhouse, National Road Heritage Site exhibits, and barn are open by appointment; contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 765-478-3172.
The Huddleston site offers a variety of historic spaces for weddings, receptions, reunions, meetings, lunches, and dinners. You can rent the main level of the house, furnished in antiques and ideal for an intimate wedding, dinner, meeting or small reception. The grounds and the barn also accommodate outdoor weddings, receptions, reunions, and small performances.
For information on renting the Huddleston Farmhouse venues, contact email@example.com or call 765-478-3172.
838 National Road
Cambridge City, Indiana 47327