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Located in the SW corner of the state. Features winding paths, labyrinth gardens, fountains, waterfalls and sculptures that create an ambiance of peace and tranquility.
Maintains the history of The Indy 500. Unique collection of winning race cars & a bus tour of the course.
Situated in Indianapolis and contains Victory Field, the Indianapolis Zoo, the NCAA Hall of Champions, the Indiana State Museum and the Eiteljorg Museum.
Indiana's only member of the Smithsonian Institution Affiliations Program. Located just 25 minutes north of downtown Indianapolis.
Magnificent beaches stretching for miles. Towering sand dunes with breathtaking views of Lake Michigan. Wooded trails dotted with rare birds and unique plants. That’s The Indiana Dunes.
Pigskin pageantry. Classy chassis. Opulent mansions. The history of chocolate. A tapestry of visual arts. Things for the kids to get their hands on.
Home of Purdue University. Great game-day atmosphere as well as unique art shows, a fun downtown with some truly unique restaurants.
The world's best collection of Western Art, Native American Art and cultural objects. Located in Indianapolis.
Located in Western Indiana. Known for being Indiana's Covered Bridge Capital with 31 covered bridges throughout the county. You'll find artisans of all types and a working grist mill.
Restart your engines by visiting Indiana's Official Planning Service Website.
A quaint community just an hour south of Indianapolis featuring fine art, winemaking, woodworking and other artisans - a genuine small-town feel.
Take a tour and look at what this thriving city has to offer visitors. Check out great views of downtown Indianapolis, Mass Ave, White River State Park, Monument Circle and other great spots.
A riverside community with a rich past. The beautifully renovated Lerner Theatre, eclectic eateries, shops, pubs and museums makes a fun day trip to Northern Indiana.
Enjoy White River State Park, the Eiteljorg Museum of Americans & Western Art, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, dinner at Dunaway's and a walk on Monument Circle.
A National Historic Landmark - epitomizing the international Modernist aesthetic developed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Located in Columbus.
North of Indianapolis: From the Carmel Arts & Design District and the acoustically-hailed Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts to downtown Noblesville.
From canoeing down the Driftwood River to the Children's Museum to the historic Zaharakos Ice Cream Parlor - just an hour south of Indianapolis.
Madison's architectural style is actually reminiscent of Savannah, GA or Charleston, SC, with plenty of wrought iron and beautiful riverfront homes. The rugged splendor of Clifty Falls State Park is just minutes from downtown.
World-renowned Children's Zoo, Science Central and Class A Tin Cups Baseball Team.
In the heart of southern Indiana: the Monastery Immaculate Conception, quaint downtown shopping in Huntingburg and the Spirit of Jasper dinner train.
Public art, antiques, artisans, chocolate, wineries, breweries, and museums thrive! The Historic Depot District features distinctive shops, eateries & accommodations.
An extraordinary family learning experience. The largest children's museum in the world.
Located on the Ohio River in southern Indiana enjoy activities like ziplining, Sculpture Garden and The Ridge Winery.