A House with an Eli Lilly Connection
One of Conner Prairie's crown jewels is tucked away in the woods and not open to the public. But this historic home is available for corporate retreats, weddings, and parties year round. Eli Lilly purchased this 1910s house in 1949 and refurbished it using Chinese art and architectural touches. Today, guests can see the intricately painted ceilings and Asian-architectural elements in this unique space and enjoy the long screened in porch that overlooks the White River. The house features a main seating area and four breakout rooms.