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The museum, located at the Correctional Training Institute, displays uniforms, photographs and artifacts that chronicle the history of the Indiana Department of Correction.
Among the collection of documents, artifacts and memorabilia are displays on two of the better known guests of the state’s correctional facilities – John Dillinger and Charles Manson. There is also a tribute to “fallen heroes,” correction officers who were killed in the line of duty. Also featured on display is the former electric chair.
The Reflections of Pride; History of IDOC Museum is now open to the public!
The museum is open to the public on the last Friday of each month from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. (EST).
University and College groups interested in touring the museum should send an email with the school name, contact information, approximate number of persons, and proposed date and time to IDOCMuseum@idoc.in.gov .
For more information or questions please contact IDOCMuseum@idoc.in.gov .