At the Clabber Girl Museum, you'll experience the history of one of the oldest brands in America and delight in the art of home baking. The museum is more than just the history of Clabber Girl. It also features glimpses into the history of Terre Haute and the evolution of American baking over the past two centuries.

Admission to the museum is complimentary, however if you have a group of more than 10 people, we highly encourage you to contact us for a guided tour and Bake Shop reservations.

Visitors will enjoy museum exhibits including examples of Hulman & Co. products and brands, an antique racecar from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Clabber Girl delivery wagon. You’ll be transported back in time with the antique household items and kitchen appliances, vintage toys, and old-fashioned coal generator.

The museum hours are below. Visitors may enter via the revolving door on the northeast corner of 9th Street and Wabash Avenue or via the Bake Shop off of 9th Street. Parking is available in the lot across from the bake shop entrance on 9th Street.

Guided museum tours and culinary tour packages are available by appointment only. Please contact our tour coordinator at 812-232-9446 or for more information.

Community Art Gallery

Clabber Girl welcomes area artists each month in our Community Gallery. The Gallery is a great space for both 2D and 3D art, and some of the artwork displayed can be purchased from the artist. For inquires about showcasing your art at Clabber Girl, please contact us at 812-232-9446.

June 2 - June 28: ISU Community School of Arts
July 1 - July 29: Gloria Schopper
August 2 - August 29: Jim Rhodes
September 1 - September 28: River City Art Association
October 1 - October 29: Honey Creek Middle School's Recyle & Renew
November: TBD
December 1 - January 9: JoAnne Fiscus


“The museum has areas to bring back memories of the way things used to be...old time stores, coffee roasters and grinders, and an old Indy car which had been driven by Eddie Sacks.”
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“The Clabber Girl museum is wonderful! A living history of Terre Haute and their famous Clabber Girl baking powder and Rex Coffee, which you can buy to take home or to eat and drink right there in their bake shop!”
-Heather S. via

“What a well put together history of Clabber Girl. It reminded me of an old town feel, while walking on a brick road, and checking out the history of it all. Stop by for a delicious meal in their Clabber Girl Café. The museum is free and well worth a look through.”
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