This exhibition of the Evansville Museum Transportation Center, EMTRAC, interpret transportation in Southern Indiana from the latter part of the 19th century through the mid 20th century. Included in the exhibitions are a historic three-car train: a 1910 Sears Motor Car: and the intricate model railroad Charlotte’s Evansville.
Visitors can stroll down the brick-paved street of a 19th Century American rivertown to see ornately decorated homes and shops stocked with notions and sundries.
The galleries dedicated to early Evansville history, Abraham Lincoln, and the home front effort during WWII. The Center for History and Science offers changing science and history exhibitions throughout the year.