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Huddleston Farmhouse Inn Museum

Mount Auburn, Indiana

Huddleston Farmhouse
The Huddleston Farmhouse served as a rest stop for travelers using the National Road (Cumberland Road), one of the earliest highways built in America. The Quaker family of 11 who lived in the house provided stables, food and lodging.

The Huddleston farm sits on 78 acres and includes the tree-story house, a barn, a smokehouse and a springhouse.

All of the buildings on the farm have been restored and serve as a museum for a working farm and inn of the early 1800's.

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