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Studebaker National Museum - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (2024)

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Local history, presidential lore and automotive progress combine at  Studebaker National Museum , where gearheads can peruse roughly 120 vehicles and history buffs can get an up-close look at how transportation has evolved over the years.

Presidential Carriage Collection

Studebaker National Museum is home to the world’s largest collection of U.S. presidential carriages. It features the barouche Abraham Lincoln used en route to Ford’s Theatre the night of his assassination.

Others in the collection include carriages used by Ulysses S. Grant, William McKinley and Benjamin Harrison.

The Original Collection

Studebaker Corporation in 1966 donated its 33-vehicle collection to the City of South Bend. It included the presidential carriages and the family’s Conestoga wagon. Together it formed the basis for the museum. It runs the gamut of automobiles produced by Studebaker during the height of its production.

Special Exhibits 

Some exhibits move in and out of the museum, meaning you'll want to visit regularly to see what's new. Here's what the museum has on display now or coming soon. 

Top of the Line: Studebaker's President: Since it debuted in 1927, the President has been considered Studebaker's top model. This exhibit includes only models considered "full classics" by the Classic Car Club of America. Runs until May 28, 2023.

Built to Last: Studebaker Buildings Past and Present: Studebaker's peak as a global company wasn't just represented through automobiles. Its buildings included productions facilities, showrooms, dealerships and more in cities and towns around the world. Using historical and current photographs, this exhibit takes a look at many of these iconic buildings.

The Military Collection

Studebaker as a company worked with the U.S. government dating back to its beginnings as a wagon producer. That tradition continued through the Vietnam War. Many of these vehicles are on display at the museum. Studebaker transferred its government contracts in 1964 to Kaiser-Jeep.

In an ode to local history, the museum also displays some vehicles made by the local AM General plant, which has operated in the military sphere.

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  • Location: South Bend Indiana Regional Essays: Indiana St. Joseph County Architect: Henry Ives Cobb Types: single-family dwellings mansions restaurants Styles: Richardsonian Romanesque Materials: no metadata available

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The impressive, four-story former residence is set into a slight ridge in the southwest corner of a lot bordered by Taylor and Washington streets, on the near west side of downtown South Bend. Designed by noted Chicago architect Henry Ives Cobb, the immense house is a tour de force example of the Richardsonian Romanesque style that dominated domestic and commercial architecture in Chicago and elsewhere in the Midwest in the 1880s and early 1890s.

The house was built for Clement Studebaker (1831–1901), one of three brothers who had formed a wagon factory after arriving in South Bend in the 1850s. The company was propelled to success when it received a government contract to build wagons for the United States Army, and expanded over the following decades, becoming a household name due to the quality of its wagons and other horse-drawn vehicles. “Studebaker Brothers” evolved during the early 1900s to become one of the largest automobile manufacturers in the country with lines of both automobiles and trucks, for which it received government contracts again during World War II.

In 1889, Studebaker hired Cobb to build a residence for his family. In honor of his good friend, Benjamin Harrison, who had just been elected president of the United States, Studebaker named his mansion “Tippecanoe Place,” a reference to Harrison’s grandfather, William Henry Harrison, who led the American forces in the 1811 Battle of Tippecanoe.

Studebaker’s imposing mansion features massive glacial boulder walls trimmed with rusticated stone belt courses, sills, lintels, and other details executed in the finest quality of stone masonry construction. A square and round tower are on the northeast and southeast corners, respectively. The building features groupings of one-over-one wood windows with transoms and round-arched windows in its rounded tower. Rows of stone columns and heavy round arches dominate the building’s entry porch and west facade. The hipped roof is covered with red-colored clay tiles and features bronze gutters on its eaves and finials on top of its tower roofs. The fourth story features wall dormers with gabled parapets and small roof dormers. Tall chimneys also extend from various points along the ridge. A one-story enclosed porch is on the south facade of the house and an attached gabled porte-cochere is on the west facade. The main entry is located on the northwest corner of the building and includes an incised porch with stone columns and round arches that support the porch roof.

The main entry opens onto the second level of the house. The interior is composed of forty primary rooms that feature an extensive use of wood species for veneers, trim, and coffering, although naturally finished oak is the dominant type. Windows include interior shutters that match the dominant wood in their respective rooms. The house also includes twenty-one unique fireplaces of onyx, Italian marble, and tile. An open well, elaborately carved staircase connects the first through fourth floors. The first floor contains public and private dining rooms, a reception room, butler’s pantry and kitchen, and servants’ dining quarters. On the second level, a large reception room features paneled oak walls and doors, parquet floors, and a red Pompeiian marble fireplace with carved oak mantel. To the left of this room are the drawing room, an octagonal-shaped library, and sitting room. To the right, behind the staircase, was Studebaker’s combined office and den, which contained a walk-in safe, as well as service rooms, an elevator, and servant staircase. The third floor contained the family’s sleeping quarters; the fourth floor housed the guest and servant bedrooms, as well as an art gallery (later converted into a ballroom).

The Studebaker family owned the house until 1933, when Clement’s son, George, went bankrupt. Vacant for years, it was eventually purchased in 1941 by E.M. Morris, who donated it to the city for use as a school of handicapped children. The house was first used, however, as a Red Cross headquarters during World War II, before serving as the E.M. Morris School for Crippled Children from 1947 to 1970. In the 1970s, a local preservation group purchased the house for use as its headquarters. The house was converted into a restaurant in 1980 and is today known as the Tippecanoe Place Restaurant.

Christianson, Ralph, “Clement Studebaker House,” Saint Joseph County, Indiana. National Register of Historic Places Inventory–Nomination Form, 1977. National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C.

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Enjoy Fine Dining at Tippecanoe Place, the Luxurious Studebaker Mansion

We’ve probably all been to a place where the food was terrific, but the atmosphere may have been lacking - or to a place where the surroundings were stunning, but the food left something to be desired. It’s a treat to see a site that checks off both boxes. Tippecanoe Place in South Bend would be one of them.

Housed in a late 19th-century mansion and with an impressive fine dining menu (and the bonus of a craft brewery on site), Tippecanoe Place is the place to go for a special occasion in the dining room or some casual bites in the upstairs brewery tasting room.

Gand Hall at Tippecanoe Place

The mansion housed in the restaurant was built for Clem Studebaker, president of the Studebaker Corp, based in South Bend. It was designed by Chicago architect Henry Ives Cobb who also designed the Potter Palmer Mansion on Lake Shore Drive in Chicago. It was completed in 1889, has about 40 rooms and nearly 24,000 square feet of living space, and had an original cost of $250,000.

Outside and inside, the place oozes wealth and luxury. The home-turned-dining establishment has four floors, and you enter the grand hall with a massive hand-carved grand staircase. 

The menu is brief, but with all the dishes you’d expect from an eatery of this caliber - steak and seafood and lamb and duck with classic appetizers like crab cakes and shrimp cocktail, a crisp wedge salad and prime rib, which has been the house specialty for more than four decades. And don’t even think about skipping dessert - the creme brûlée and flourless chocolate torte and well worth every calorie. The wine list includes perfect pairings for the starters and entrees.

Prim Rib at Tippecanoe Place

We dined in the library, savoring every bite and thinking about all the socialites who had dined there in the early days of its existence. Put this one on your foodie bucket list!

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620 W Washington St, South Bend, IN 46601 574-234-9077

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  • 2-hour tour $87:  10 Must-See Moscow Metro stations with hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • 3-hour tour $137:  20 Must-See Moscow Metro stations with Russian lunch in beautifully-decorated Metro Diner + hotel pick-up and drop off. 
  • Metro pass is included in the price of both tours.

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  • Visit 10 must-see stations of Moscow metro on 2-hr tour and 20 Metro stations on 3-hr tour, including grand Komsomolskaya station with its distinctive Baroque décor, aristocratic Mayakovskaya station with Soviet mosaics, legendary Revolution Square station with 72 bronze sculptures and more!
  • Explore Museum of Moscow Metro and learn a ton of technical and historical facts;
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  • Experience a selection of most striking features of Moscow Metro hidden from most tourists and even locals;
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  • Learn fun stories and myths about Coffee Ring, Zodiac signs of Moscow Metro and more;
  • Admire Soviet-era architecture of pre- and post- World War II perious;
  • Enjoy panoramic views of Sparrow Hills from Luzhniki Metro Bridge – MetroMost, the only station of Moscow Metro located over water and the highest station above ground level;
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From the very first days of its existence, the Moscow Metro was the object of civil defense, used as a bomb shelter, and designed as a defense for a possible attack on the Soviet Union.

At a depth of 50 to 120 meters lies the second, the coded system of Metro-2 of Moscow subway, which is equipped with everything you need, from food storage to the nuclear button.

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Astrologers believe that being in a particular zadiac sector of Moscow for a long time, you attract certain energy and events into your life.

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Red marble walls of some of the Metro stations hide in themselves petrified inhabitants of ancient seas. Try and find some!

  • Every day each car in  Moscow metro passes  more than 600 km, which is the distance from Moscow to St. Petersburg.
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Tickets are on sale now for Christmas at the  Pabst Mansion  holiday tours, including mimosa tours, which begin Nov. 16.

The 20,000-square-foot historic mansion, built in 1892 as a home for beer baron Captain Frederick Pabst and his wife Maria, goes all out when it decorates for Christmas, including putting up dozens of Christmas trees. 

Here's what you need to know about the Pabst's holiday programs.

Where is the Pabst Mansion?

The Pabst is at 2000 W. Wisconsin Ave. Tours begin slightly west of the main entrance at the new Pabst Mansion Visitor Center, 2040 W. Wisconsin Ave. (The visitor center is also home to the mansion's gift shop.)

When are self-guided Christmas at the Pabst Mansion tours available?

Self-guided tours will be available 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday (last entry at 3:15 p.m.) and 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sunday Nov. 16 through Jan. 7 (check the  Pabst Mansion website  for holiday hours). Tickets are $20 for adults; $18 for students, seniors and military; $13 for children (ages 6-17); and free for children 5 and under and members. Tickets are for timed entry.

When are self-guided Twilight Tours at the Pabst available?

Self-guided Twilight Tours will be offered 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays, Nov. 24 through Jan. 6, excluding holiday eves. Tickets are $26 for adults; $24 for students, seniors and military; $11 for members. Gluhwein (hot mulled wine) and other seasonal adult beverages will be on sale. A changing roster of musicians will perform during these tours.

When are the holiday mimosa tours at the Pabst Mansion?

Holiday mimosa tours will be available at 9:30 a.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, and 9:30 a.m. and 10 a.m. Sundays. Same prices as Twilight Tours; a mimosa is included with the ticket. The mimosa tours are the only guided tours offered through the holiday season.

When does Father Christmas visit the Pabst Mansion?

Family afternoons, including an appearance by Father Christmas, will be offered from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. Sundays through Dec. 17. These family tours are included with paid holiday season admission: $20 for adults, $18 student/senior/military, $13 children ages 6-17, $8 for children ages 3-5, free for younger children and members.

Besides Christmas decorations, what else can visitors see at the Pabst Mansion?

The Pabst Mansion is a year-round attraction for its Flemish Renaissance Revival architecture and design, including high-ceiling rooms, ornate woodwork and an extensive art collection.

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    Designed by noted Chicago architect Henry Ives Cobb, the immense house is a tour de force example of the Richardsonian Romanesque style that dominated domestic and commercial architecture in Chicago and elsewhere in the Midwest in the 1880s and early 1890s. The house was built for Clement Studebaker (1831-1901), one of three brothers who had ...

  13. Hours and Map

    Monday-Saturday. 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. EDT. Sunday. Noon to 5:00 p.m. EDT. Tickets not sold after 4:30 p.m. Service animals are welcome in the Museum. Pets are not permitted. The Museum is accessible to wheelchairs throughout all three floors. Please call to confirm hours and days of operation.

  14. Tippecanoe Place Restaurant / Studebaker Brewing Co.

    Built by Clem Studebaker from 1886 - 1889, the Tippecanoe Place mansion has a rich and colorful history. Today, the restaurant indulges clientele in grand cuisine and noble wine - all within an atmosphere of unparalleled ambiance at the heart of the South Bend business and catering scene. Learn more of the Studebaker mansion fascinating history from 1884 - present including its construction ...

  15. The History Museum » Buy Tickets

    On another day, they will search for technology-related artifacts in the Oliver Mansion. On the final day, they will explore mastodon and mammoth fossils, as well as more specimens. Conducted by The History Museum and the Studebaker National Museum, the camp is offered on four different weeks: June 18-20, June 25-27, July 16-18, and July 23-25.

  16. Studebaker National Museum

    Over a Century on Wheels here in South Bend, Indiana.

  17. The History Museum » Hours

    The Oliver Mansion and the Worker's Home are open to the public by guided tours, which take place Monday - Saturday at 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., and on Sunday at 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. ... South Bend, IN 46601. The main entrance to The History Museum and the Studebaker National Museum is located at 897 Thomas Street, which is one block south of ...

  18. Enjoy Fine Dining at Tippecanoe Place, the Luxurious Studebaker Mansion

    Indulge in an exceptional fine dining experience at Tippecanoe Place, a restaurant housed in a stunning late 19th-century mansion in South Bend. With an impressive menu that includes steak, seafood, lamb, and duck, as well as classic appetizers and delectable desserts, this eatery offers something for every taste. Enjoy your meal in the grand hall or upstairs brewery tasting room, surrounded ...

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  21. Hours + Location

    Hours & Location. 620 W Washington St, South Bend, IN 46601 574-234-9077. Hours of Operation. Monday & Tuesday: Closed. Wednesday & Thursday: 4pm - 9:00pm

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