Grist mills on Fall Creek… Horse- and wagon-trail toll houses in the early 1800s… A multimillionaire’s magnificent estate, with stables and a horse racetrack, in the early 1900s… Historically notable neighborhoods in one of Indy’s first suburbs, including one on the National Registry and another designed by a famous female architect in the ’60s. All this and more are part of Millersville’s unique and charming past.
- Learn more about Millersville’s fascinating past
- Research and document additional interesting finds
- Share new information with the community and others interested in our history
- Help plan ways to celebrate bits of our remarkable history
- Millersville Treasures booklet—With help from IUPUI (teachers and students who researched and wrote, plus funding for printing), we published a guide to historical and natural treasures in Millersville.
- Millersville Treasures tour— We organized and hosted a free trolley tour highlighting the strength of our community’s neighborhoods, natural resources and rich history
- Art in our community park—A remarkable sculpture in the center of our Millersville at Fall Creek Preserve, is reminiscent of the area’s historic mills on the creek