Conner Prairie has no expanded into a huge village with dozens of ways to immerse yourself into history. In the Prairietown section, visitors can wander through homes and shops while costumed interpreters teach them about carpentry, carding wool, or cooking supper in a hearth. Period dressed farmers demonstrate their trade with real farm animals such as sheep, chickens, and cows. Near the Prairietown section is the Lenape Indian Camp, where visitors can learn about the way of life of the Lenape in the early 1800s. There is also a Civil War experience, where visitors learn about Morgan's Raid, a famous Confederate raid into Indiana that happened in 1863.
Along with everyday historical activities happening around the living history village, like farming, cooking, and crafting items, there are also many special events happening throughout the year. There are hearthside suppers in the winter, candlelight tours at Christmastime, lambing in the spring, and a certain Headless Horseman that goes roaming about on Halloween. Conner Prairie is a definite destination for families that want to educate their children about 19th century life, and is a fun tourist spot history buffs of any age.