Presidents' Day has a special meaning at the Benjamin Harrison Home in downtown Indianapolis. Visitors were able to witness re-enactment tour at the historic home on North Delaware Street. Actors helped explain President Harrison's life and the times he lived in. Tourists also got to see the president's former family belongings. In fact, 75% of the artifacts in the home belonged to the Harrisons.

In light of the holdiay, the home was busier than normal Monday.

"We're really booked Monday, plus we're having a lot of people just walk in and we're delighted," said Phyllis Geeslin, CEO of the Benjamin Harrison home.

Benjamin Harrison was the nation's 23rd president and the only one elected from Indiana.