Our top priority is the health and safety of our community, guests, volunteers and staff members. We have been closed since March 18th and we are still considering when we should open again. In the meantime, we will be sharing “eye candy” and stories on our blog, https://quiltershalloffame.net/ and on our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/The-Quilters-Hall-of-Fame-88678485145/?ref=bookmarks. Thank you for your continuing support and your love of quilting!,
926 S Washington Street
Tuesday – Saturday
10am – 4pm
General Admission: $4
Seniors & Students: $3
Under 12: Free with adult
Group tour: $3 per person
We are located half way between Fort Wayne and Indianapolis just off of I69.
926 S Washington St.
Marion, Indiana 46953
While you are at The Quilters Hall of Fame, try out our Singer Treadle machine made in 1901.
We also have an electric Singer Featherweight machine you can use, if you prefer.
Blocks made will be assembled into a quilt to be donated to a veteran at the VA hospital in Marion.
The treadle machine was donated by the family of Marguerite Cox. The Featherweight was donated by Bobbie Wells.
Questions? Contact us»