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Famed speedway home to the Indy 500 and many other races, plus an on-site museum, tours, and golf course.
Operating since 1965, the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo is an 1,000-animal zoo located on 40 acres within Fort Wayne's Franke Park. It has continuously ranked among the top zoos in the United States.
The University of Notre Dame's main building dome, is, itself, a sight to behold. The Home of the Fighting Irish's original building is coated in real gold, and is topped with an 18-foot, seven-inch statue of Mary.
Enjoy an immersive experience celebrating the world’s first affordable, mass produced car. You can get up close and personal with the real Model T Ford. In addition to the cars, the collection includes tools and other vintage items from the 1920s. The museum offers workshops, mechanical demonstrations and classes throughout the year.
Looking for a place where you can take your friends and family out for recreational water activities? Fidler Pond Park is the place for you in Goshen, Indiana. This beautiful 80-acre pond hosts year-round events and has kayaks, canoes, and fishing poles available for rent.
This 15-acre "living museum" has been up and running since 1928. The Washington Park Zoo features representative animals from nearly every continent and aims to educate families about how to slow habitat destruction and global extinction.
Want to see where the legendary actor James Dean was born? Come take some time to visit his memorial and fully appreciate this icon of the film industry. Experience Dean's behind-the-scenes persona, and enjoy the impact that he had on Hollywood.
Check out the first-ever brewery in Greenfield, Indiana with Wooden Bear Brewery. Established at the former Gant Opera House in historic downtown Greenfield, beer aficionados will find casual atmosphere, hand-crafted suds, and delicious food.
Founded at the turn of the 20th century, the La Porte County Historical Society's goal, then and now, is to preserve and collect history unique to La Porte, Indiana. Rated a "Gem Attraction" in 2011 and 2012 by the AAA Tour Book, don't miss this collection of antique firearms, automobile, and other historical artifacts.
The natural beauty found at Pokagon State Park includes large expanses of wetlands, meadows, forested hills, and natural lakes all created by melted glaciers many years ago. Be sure to bring your family and your swim gear to fully enjoy this gorgeous Steuben County, Indiana state park.
Relax in Amish pastoral vistas, culture, shopping, and cuisine at The Barns at Nappanee, home of the Amish Acres. The Barns include a stage theater, and selection of restaurants and wineries, horse and buggy tours, and lodgings. With affordable getaway packages, it's the rural getaway families dream of.
Cool off at Portland, Indiana's own city water park featuring wet and wild waters slides, a lazy rivers, kiddy and wading pools, bucket splashes, and more!
This historic tavern, museum, lodge was one of Noble County’s first commercial structures. What began as a waypoint in 1839 is now the site of the annual Stone’s Trace Pioneer Festival (takes place on the weekend after Labor Day) and Civil War reenactments. Enjoy pioneer-themed Hearthside Dinners and crafts for the whole family.
Enjoy quaint walking paths, iconic structures, and botanical gardens celebrating the Krider Nursery's 1934 World's Fair exhibit in Chicago. The park features waterfalls and a pond, picnic tables, viewing benches, a gazebo, and a swing arbor.
Cool off with friends and family at Pine Lake Waterpark! Built on a spring-fed man-made lake just outside of Berne, IN, this safe, affordable, and fun park includes attractions like tube waterslides, a drop slide, jump towers, a log walk, and much more.
The great outdoors is calling your name at Pine Knob Park in LaGrange County. Experience Indiana's pristine natural beauty with amenities like walking trailers, archery ranges, fishing piers, public grills, and a program center pavilion available for reservation.
The Wakarusa Dime Store is the perfect stop for any sweet tooth. Founded as a department store in 1907, the Wakarusa Dime Store became world famous for its Jumbo Jelly Beans in 1969. Check out this piece of sweet North Indiana history with a large assortment of modern and timeless traditional candies.
Once you step into Defries Garden, you will absolutely be breathless with all of its beauty. This garden consists of a 365 footpath full of flowers and other decor for you to view, representing each day so that you can see all the seasons. Come and see this beautiful Elkhart County garden that dates back to the 1800s.
Enjoy the Midwest's largest outdoor flea market including weekly antique, livestock, and horse auctions. Enjoy on-site lodging at the Farmstead Inn and Conference Center with rustic Amish-themed rooms, and on-site cultural events.
Get up close and personal with iconic large and powerful Clydesdale horse with tickets available for farm tours, an open house featuring 20+ vendors, food trucks, face painting, wagon rides, and more, and a gift shop, Sandy Acres, just outside of Rolling Prairie, is the perfect destination for the horse fanatic in your family.
Dedicated to the men and women who served in World War II, families can enjoy shoreline hiking, flat-water boating, swimming, fishing and camping around the expansive 200-acre, man-made Whitewater Lake. Campgrounds and cabins are available for visitors. Horse tours and year-round events take place in this scenic park.
Enjoy shopping three full floors of quality antiques. Yvonne Gilbert and her husband, Sam, opened the store in 1989. The store features a great many pieces from Yvonne's collection, however, she specializes in collection Dionne quintuplet dolls.
Located on the shores of Lake Michigan, this municipal park in Gary, Indiana, is surrounded on all sides by the Indiana Dunes National Parks. The park, in stark contrast to the urban industrial environment of Gary, offers pristine natural vistas in the form of white sand beaches, high sand dunes, wetlands, lagoons, and an oak savanna.
This scenic 57-acre national park is located on the former site of National Steel, which had access to Lake Michigan and the Burns Waterway. Now it offers lakeside trails, restroom facilities, a 3,500 square foot pavilion with a seasonal snack bar, and a glass-walled classroom / conference space. This is a must-see destination for birdwatchers, nature lovers, and hikers alike.