INDIANAPOLIS WORLD WAR II ROUNDTABLE - ERNIE PYLE CHAPTER

To view the photo gallery, click the right and left arrows beside the photo

 or click the buttons above.

To view the photo gallery, click the right and left arrows beside the photo

 or click the buttons above.

On April 18, 1995, a new Visitor Center, constructed from two authentic World War II Quonset huts, was dedicated. The center features a video theater, research library, exhibits and a gift shop. For more information about The Ernie Pyle WWII Museum, please click below or visit:

www.ERNIEPYLE.org

The Ernie Pyle World War II Museum is located in the west-central Indiana town of Dana, Indiana, near where Ernie grew up. Through the efforts of the Indiana Department of the American Legion and a sizable contribution from the  Eli Lilly Foundation, the Historic House was moved from it's rural site to it's present location. It became a state historic site in July 1976.