The Scribner House is the oldest frame house in New Albany, Indiana and is owned and maintained by the Piankeshaw Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. A Victorian Tea & Open House occurs the first Sunday in December annually. This has become a tradition with the chapter. Tours by special appointment.
The Carnegie Center for Art and History is a local history museum and contemporary art gallery. The Center offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy art works in a variety of media and to learn more about the process of creative expression through a range of exhibitions and programs for all ages.
The museum features “By the River’s Edge” a permanent exhibit which details New Albany and Floyd County history. It displays such items as a land grant signed by Patrick Henry, the chain used to measure the original streets of New Albany and examples of New Albany glass and pottery. Floyd County Historical Society operates the Padgett Museum. Donations Appreciated
Come join us at Uptown Art for an awesome social art experience! We are located at 426 Bank Street across from New Albanian Brewing Company and right next to Dragon King's Daughter Sushi. You can't miss us!