Indiana Jones' house was located in the city of Bedford in the state of Connecticut, USA. Jones resided here in 1936, when he worked as a professor of archaeology at Marshall College. It contained many of the different personal items that Jones had accumulated during his adventures.

Indiana Jones' living room in 1936.

In 1957, Jones had resumed his teachings at the college, and returned to his old home. When he had been sacked by the college for alleged Communist sympathies, he and Charles Stanforth came to his home to discuss Jones' future. They reminisced about the past, including the passings of Henry Jones, Sr. and Marcus Brody, and Jones packed up his belongings and headed to the train station.

After a meeting with Mutt Williams, and being chased by Soviet agents from Arnie's and ending in the college campus, Jones brought Williams back to his house in order to decipher the note that Williams had from Harold Oxley using his books.

Indiana Jones' living room in 1957.

By the early 1990s, Jones had moved out of this house. He moved to New York City, where he lived with his daughter and her children.[1]

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

Indy's house is first seen in Raiders of the Lost Ark when Marcus Brody arrives to tell Indy that the U.S. government wants him to find the Ark of the Covenant.

A different house was seen in The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles. Indy's Raiders home is seen again in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. However, it isn't made clear if it is intended to be the same house.

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