The Levi Coffin House in Fountain City, Indiana, is a historic home that has been preserved and run by solely group of volunteers.

The house was home to the Coffin family who were Quakers that moved from the Carolinas out of opposition to slavery.

The family’s home then served as part of the Underground Railroad that helped fugitive slaves on their way to freedom.

The house has been restored as best as possible to its original state and now serves over 2,000 visitor a year and has been in operation for over forty years.