Cultural Trail Passport | Montgomery County Visitors & Convention Bureau
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Cultural Trail Passport

IMG_4272Explore Montgomery County using the Cultural Trail Passport and once completed receive a gift to commemorate the experience.

On the Passport there is a list of participating local attractions including art galleries and museums.  When visiting a location ask staff to stamp your passport.  After visiting six cultural destinations, return the completed Passport to the Visitors Bureau to redeem your gift.

Passports can be picked up at participating locations, at the Visitor Bureau office located at 218 E Pike Street or you can print one and start planning your adventure right away.

You can email a copy of the completed form to, leave it with the last museum you explore and they’ll get the form to the Visitors Bureau staff or you can bring the form by the office at 218 E Pike Street, Crawfordsville.


Participating locations:  Carnegie Museum, General Lew Wallace Study & Museum, Lane Place, Rotary Jail, Linden Depot, Ropkey Armor Museum, Athens Arts, Mary Bishop Memorial Art Gallery @ the public library, Eric Dean Gallery on the campus of Wabash College.