Jeremiah Sullivan House

Jeremiah Sullivan House

304 W. Second St., Madison

304 W Second St.
Call for Tours: 812-265-2967

Built around 1820, this stately Federal-style structure was home to one of Indiana’s most distinguished leaders. Virginia-born Sullivan had an esteemed career as a lawyer, Indiana state legislator and State Supreme Court justice. Sullivan is credited with suggesting the name “Indianapolis” for our state capital.  Jeremiah Sullivan and his family lived in the home for over 70 years.

Tour availability varies by time of year.  Please check the Historic Madison website or call 812-265-2967 for more information.

Admission is $10 per adult. Students and children are free.

CLOSED NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER 2023. Please note that group tours (10+ people) and event rentals are still welcomed and encouraged, please call 812-265-2967 if you have any requests. 

Visit Historic Madison, Inc.’s website for tour schedule for this site.

**Occasionally this site will not be open to the public during selected tour hours to accommodate pre-scheduled group tours. Please call ahead.


Contact Information
Phone: (812) 265-2967

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