Freetown Village is a living history museum without walls


Freetown Village is a living history museum with the mission to educate the public about African American lives, arts, and culture in Indiana through living history, exhibits, allied programs, and the collection and preservation of artifacts.


We're looking for a few people to join our camp family! Adult candidates must be enthusiastic, creative, and have a genuine interest in the development of children.

Candidates must be able to commit to 6 full weeks, Monday through Friday (June 11 – July 20, 2018). The work schedule is 35-40 hours per week between the hours of 7:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.


In honor of Madam CJ Walker's great achievements and contributions, we bring you this one-woman show of her story through “different” eyes.

Join us (every 1st Friday) for the amazing story of America’s first woman self-made millionaire. Learn about the rich legacy she created for women, African Americans, and Indianapolis! As part of your experience, you can visit the Walker Heritage Center and see many of the artifacts and memorabilia of Madam Walker and the Walker Theatre.


A Living Experience in African American History

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