Campus tours / museum

Richmond State Hospital offers campus tours and presentations for high school and college level programs. Tours or hospital speakers are tailored to meet the needs of the group can can include:

  • History of the hospital including a visit to the museum
  • Trends and treatment in the mental health field
  • Tour of the treatment mall areas on campus
  • Educational opportunities in the mental health field

We ask that anyone who tours our facilities respects patients privacy and confidentiality. No pictures, cell phones or personal recording devices are allow in any of the patient areas. If you are interested in setting up a tour for your group or program, please contact our Community Relations Department, Kristie Vail (765) 935-9202 or at Kristie.vail@fssa.in.gov.

Museum

During the hospital's 100 year celebration in 1990 we established our own museum bringing artifacts, antiques and records together of our rich history. The museum is still in existence today and is located in one of the wings connected to the Administration building. The location of the museum provides participants to view how life was like for our patients and staff in one of our original structures. Group tours of the museum are available by contacting our Community Relations Department, Kristie Vail (765) 935-9202 or at Kristie.vail@fssa.in.gov.