Old Vanderburgh County Courthouse Announces New Video Series & Lunch On The Lawn Event in Downtown Evansville
When you think about the Old Vanderburgh County Courthouse, you might just think about The Catacombs haunted house, but it holds a lot more than that. If the walls could talk, we would hear some amazing stories of Evansville's history. We don't have to wait for the walls to start talking to get the history, though. The Old Courthouse Foundation is releasing a new video series that is full of amazing history and stories.
Randall T. Shepard Courtroom
The videos are narrated by the amazing Larry Bristow. Larry lives and breaths the Old Courthouse, so he was the perfect choice to share his knowledge in the video series.
Take A Look Around
Did you know that the Old Vanderburgh County Courthouse is a public building? It does have several office tenants, but you are more than welcome to walk in and take a look at this beautiful piece of history.
Lunch On The Lawn
If you are looking for a reason to take a tour inside the Old Vanderburgh County Courthouse, there happens to be a tasty one on Friday, May 27, 2022. The Lunch on the Lawn event is back on the calendar this year, and the organizers plan to have even more of them this summer.
Lunch On The Lawn Friday 5/27/22 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Interview with Joelle Knight and Nick Wallace
See Inside the Iconic Old Courthouse in Downtown Evansville
The Old Vanderburgh County Courthouse
It is often simply called the "Old Courthouse," and was once the center of Vanderburgh County, Indiana government. Construction started in the spring of 1888 and was completed in November 1890. The building was ready to be occupied by the county government in early 1891. It sits in the heart of downtown Evansville.