Billy Sunday Home Museum

105 9th St.
Winona Lake, IN 46590- Map It
(574) 372-5193

AAA Editor Notes

Billy Sunday Home Museum is at 105 9th St. A former professional baseball player, Billy Sunday made Winona Lake his home and ministry headquarters from 1911 until his death in 1935. Sunday, whose fiery sermons railed against the sin of alcohol, was instrumental in the start of Prohibition. Guided tours of Sunday's home—which has been restored to reflect its original Arts & Crafts-style interior with family furnishings—are offered through the Winona History Center in Westminster Hall. Exhibits and memorabilia pertain to Sunday, gospel musician Homer Rodeheaver and Winona Lake. Guided tours are available. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.
House tours $2. Winona History Center museum and archives $2.
Hours: Guided house tours are available by appointment. History center Tues.-Sat. 2-5 or by appointment. Closed Jan. 1, Good Friday, Thanksgiving and Christmas.