Grouseland is a two-story red brick home built for William Henry Harrison in Vincennes, Indiana during his term as Governor of the Indiana Territory. It was completed in 1804 and dubbed Grouseland due to the abundance of grouse in the area. During Harrison's governorship of the Indiana Territory, it's said that Grouseland was the focal point of the social and official life of the territory. The mansion includes a council room where Harrison met with the various Indiana tribes. Grouseland served Harrison and his family until he left his position in 1812.
Grouseland was built by Waitman Trippet .
It is currently open for tours by members of the Daughters of the American Revolution and supported through donations and The Grouseland Foundation.