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Things to do in Indiana
Evansville - explore the Angel Mounds State Historic Site
The history of Indiana, predates the arrival by white settlers by several centuries. Evidence of this can be found at locations such as Angel Mounds State Historic Site in Evansville, where a series of 11 man made mounds are situated along with evidence of a palisade. The mounds have been excavated since the 1930’s and still are today. Each summer, many of the new artefacts that have been found are placed in the Interpretive Centre, which is located on this huge 450 acre site.
Evansville - take a trip to the Koch Family Children's Museum
For a perfect day out for kids of all ages take a trip to the Koch Family Children’s Museum in Evansville. Here they can try their skills and have fun by taking apart inone or more of the various programs available including play acting and video or the extensive range of bells, whistles and sirens that can be held and used. The Museum is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays but is open the rest of the week. It is a great, popular place to hold a birthday party.
Fort Wayne - tour the Allen County Courthouse
The Allen County Courthouse is one of the finest examples of its kind in the United States and the best example of Beau architecture from the early 20th century. The building took 25 years to complete and although impressive from the outside, the interior is even better as they contain extensive use of Bedford blue stone, Italian marble along with Vermont Granite to make the numerous columns and staircases, as well as numerous mosaics on the floors and murals on the walls.
Fort Wayne - experience the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception is the 3rd church to stand on its current location. It was finished in 1860, after the previous one was destroyed by fire. The twin towers at the front, with their rising spires, create an interesting perspective, and makes this, one of the tallest buildings in Fort Worth. The grounds are also of interst as they contain the grave of the last chief of the Miami Indians.
Franklin - view the Johnson County Courthouse
The Johnson County Courthouse in Franklin is an interesting combination of red bricks and white limestone, making it stand out from the rest of the building in the area. Its 4 turrets on each corner and central turret, with a clock that faces all 4 directions, makes it look similar to a European castle. The building was completed in 1882 after the previous courthouse had been destroyed by fire, and has been in continuous use ever since.
Indianapolis - relax at 100 Acres, the Virginia B. Fairbanks Art and Nature Park
Located in Indianapolis is the serene 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park, which as its name suggests is much more than just a park. The area consists of wetlands, meadows, woods and a large lake, making it ideal for a pleasant day out in the fresh air. It is also home to numerous works of art, many of which are recently commissioned, meaning that there is often something new to see each time you go.
Indianapolis - experience the animals life at Indianapolis Zoo
The Indianapolis Zoo is unusual as besides having anilmals it also gives vistors the opportunity to walk around its botanical garden and the large aquarium. The zoo divides itself into several zones or “Biomes” that allow you to see the animals in their natural habitats. The impressive, aquarium with its glass sides, is great as you can see many of the creatures swimming around, and is a major favorite of children visiting the zoo. There is also an exciting adventure park where you can go on many rides or relax in the splash park.
Plainfield - tour of the Chateau Thomas Winery
Wine lovers will enjoy a trip to the Chateau Thomas Winery in Plainfield, which is sited to the west of Indianapolis. Here you can see how the wine is made, and then sample some of the product. The grapes used are not grown locally but brought here for expert blending and winemaking, producing excellent red and white wines that have even graced the Academy Awards. Tours are available daily although you need to be 21 to do any sampling.
South Bend - take a tour to the Studebaker National Museum
The Studebaker Museum is an iconic part of American motor history and no visit to Indiana would be complete without a tour of the Studebaker Museum in South Bend. It has over 120 different vehicles and at least 70 of these are on display at any time, including some really strange creations. There is also an area that depicts the history of transport in the area. The museum is also home to the Presidential Carriages collection and it includes the carriage that Abraham Lincoln rode in on the day of his assassination.
South Bend - practice your skills at the college football hall of fame
Every American male dreams at least once of making it to the College Football Hall of fame in South Bend, but out of nearly 5 million that have played college football just over 1 thousand have made it there so far. The museum has displays on the development of the game as well as information on each of the players that have been inducted into the Hall of fame and their uniforms. You can even try out some of your skills on the practice field.
Introduction of Indiana
The state of Indiana is in the central US, between Ohio and Illinois. The northern part of Indiana borders Lake Michigan. It has a rich history and is known as the Land of the Indians. There are lots of hotels in Indiana that offer services to the state's large annual influx of tourists. Indianapolis is the state capital. The properties are located near attractions such as zoo, the Children's Museum, and the Museum of Art. In the environs of the district there are several golf courses. Visitors travelling around the state can use establishments as a base for exploring cultural sites that include St Meinrad Archabbey or Fort Benjamin Harrison State Park. The shores of Lake Michigan offer soft sands and pleasing views with pleasure boats crossing the lake. Hoosier Hill at just over 1,200 feet is the highest point in this mainly low lying state.Hiking paths traverse the forests on Hoosier Hill and give good views of the surrounding district.