Stagecoach Inn & Panhandle Depot

The Stagecoach Inn, built in 1849, features period items and community artifacts while the Panhandle Depot houses railroad memorabilia and an exhibit on military service. Both are available for tours. They are open all year by appointment. The Stagecoach Inn is owned by the Hebron Parks Department and was donated by the Alyea Family.

Phone: (219) 996-4641
Website: https://www.hebronindiana.org/parksrec

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127 N. Main St., Hebron, IN 46341

Phone: (219) 996-4641

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