The Conner Prairie Store offers a wide range of unique Conner Prairie-made pottery and textiles, and Indiana-made food and gift items.
Period clothing for children top our best-selling items list, with old-fashioned candy, jewelry, toys, games, books and Civil War clothing not too far behind. Admission is NOT required to shop.
Hours & Location
Open Tuesday - Sunday
10:00a.m. - 5:30p.m.
The store is open and located just inside the main entrance. The hours of operation differ slightly from our regular operating hours in that we stay open 30 minutes later at the end of the day to accommodate our last minute shoppers.
Buy 19th Century Clothing & Gifts Online
If you're not able to make it to the Conner Prairie Store, the items shown below can be purchased over the phone and shipped to you. Just fill out this product request form and we'll contact you for payment and shipping details.
Girl’s Prairie Dresses
Made exclusively for Conner Prairie
Dress up for a school program or for play at home. Made in Indiana. 100% cotton. Dresses are assorted patterns and colors and include a white day cap and white apron.
Perfect for school dress up days or out in the garden. Assorted floral prints. Poly/Cotton.
Civil War Caps
Top off your soldier uniform. Navy Blue (Union), or Grey (Confederate). 100% cotton.
Civil War Uniform Jacket
Dress like a soldier. Navy Blue (Union), or Grey (Confederate). 100% cotton.
Dress the part of an early mountain man. Faux fur cap with real raccoon tail.
Made at Conner Prairie by our master potter. Choose from blue and white spongeware, floral, “Indiana”, leaf, bird, “Conner Prairie” design, or bicentennial design. Microwaveable, dishwasher safe, lead free.
Indiana Bicentennial Coasters
Conner Prairie is proud to celebrate Indiana’s bicentennial by offering these commemorative stone coasters. Made of high-quality materials and beautifully illustrated, these collectables feature official Indiana imagery. Choose one set of four that shows the state seal and flag, or the other set of four that features the state flower and bird. Or grab both sets to remember Indiana’s 200th birthday!