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Best Tourist Attractions In Indiana

Updated on December 30, 2020

As mentioned in my previous article I love travelling, being able to experience the amazing things around the world is a true passion of mind. I am going to talk about some of the most popular tourist attractions in Indiana, and they definitely have something for the entire family to enjoy. I have been to Indiana five times, and would absolutely love to visit again one day. Indiana is mostly known for its Sports, but it is is also extremely beautiful in many ways.

Holiday World Amusement Park

Holiday World Amusement Park is located in Santa Claus, and has become one of the most popular tourist attractions for families in Indiana. Holiday World Amusement Park was opened back in 1946, and is about one hundred and twenty five acres in size. The Holiday World Amusement Park has an incredible history to it, and holds several amazing events throughout the year.

I have been to the Holiday World Amusement Park three times, and definitely would like the chance to go back one day. The Holiday World Amusement park has 51 different attractions my family is absolutely love, in the agriculture is truly amazing as well. The Holiday World amusement Park is definitely one attraction I would highly recommend checking out, and is known to receive more golden tickets then any other amusement park in the entire world.

White River State Park

White River State Park is located in Marion County, and is about two hundred and fifty acres in size. The White River State Park is extremely beautiful, and was opened back in 1979. The White River State Park has an incredible history to it, and has many attractions that are the truly incredible.

I have been to the White River State Park five times, and would love to go back one day. The White River State Park is a major hub for a lot of culture within Indiana, and the wildlife you will encounter is truly amazing. The White River State Park has incredible hiking trails throughout the area, and is definitely one attraction I would highly recommend checking out.

Marengo Cave U.S. National Natural Landmark

Marengo Cave U.S. National Natural Landmark is located in Marengo, and has become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Indiana. Marengo Cave U.S. National Natural Landmark is about seven acres in size, and offers some truly incredible tours. The Marengo Cave U.S. National Natural Landmark was discovered back in 1883, and has an incredible history to it.

I have only been to the Marengo Cave U.S. National Natural Landmark once, but would really like to go back one day. The Marengo Cave U.S. National Natural Landmark is not only a fun experience but also very educational, and has some of the most amazing scenery as well. The Marengo Cave U.S. National Natural Landmark has some pretty incredible wildlife you will encounter, and it is definitely one attraction I would highly recommend checking out.

Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden

Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden is located in Evansville, and was opened back in 1928. Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden has an incredible history to it, and has become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Indiana for families. Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden is about fifty acres in size, and has some pretty incredible e z hibits throughout the area.

Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden four times, and absolutely would love to go back one day. The Mesker Park Zoo & Botanical Garden have over seven hundred different animals, and has some of the most amazing events throughout the year as well. Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden has a large collection of plants that make up the incredible Gardens, and some of the scenery is truly breathtaking.

Spring Mill State Park

Spring Mill State Park is located in Lawrence County, and is over thirteen hundred acres in size. Spring Mill State Park has become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Indiana, and is a major hub for a lot of culture in Indiana. The Spring Mill State Park was opened back in 1930, and has many amazing attractions throughout the area.

I have only been to the Spring Mill State Park once, but would definitely like to go back one day. The Spring Mill State Park has some pretty incredible scenery that surrounds the area, and the hiking trails are absolutely amazing. The Spring Mill State Park sets the scene to be incredibly romantic, and if you are on your honeymoon this is definitely one spot to check out.

Children's Museum Of Indianapolis

Children's Museum Of Indianapolis is located in Indianapolis, and was opened back in 1925. The Children's Museum Of Indianapolis is the largest Children's Museum in the world, and has become one of the most popular tourist attraction for families in Indianapolis. The Children's Museum of Indianapolis has incredible architecture throughout the building, and also has a pretty an amazing history to it. I have been to the Children's Museum of Indianapolis three times, and would like to go back one day. The Children's Museum Of Indianapolis has some amazing exhibits that you will love, and holds some incredible events as well.

Hoosier National Forest

Hoosier National Forest is located in the southern part of Indiana, and has become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Indiana. The Hoosier National Forest was opened back in 1901, and has an incredible history to it. The Hoosier National Forest is over two thousand and two acres in size, and has some of the most amazing scenery as well.

I have been to the Hoosier National Forest five times, and would love to go back one day. The Hoosier National Forest has many different attractions that families love, and the hiking trails are truly breathtaking. The Hoosier National Forest sets the scene to be incredibly romantic, and if you are on your honeymoon this would definitely be one stop to take.

Indianapolis Zoo

Indianapolis Zoo is located in Indianapolis, and was opened back in 1964. The Indianapolis Zoo is about sixty four acres in size, and has an amazing history to it. The Indianapolis Zoo is not only a fun experience but also very educational, and the agriculture that surrounds the area is incredible.

I have been to the Indianapolis Zoo three times, and would like to go back one day. The Indianapolis Zoo has over thirty eight hundred animals, and the exhibits are quite amazing. The Indianapolis Zoo has several Incredible live shows that families absolutely love, and it is definitely one attraction I would highly recommend checking out.

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Indianapolis Motor Speedway is located in Speedway, and has become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Indiana. Indianapolis Motor Speedway was opened back in 1909, and has an amazing history to it. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway has a twenty five miles long, and holds four hundred thousand people. I have only been to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway twice, but definitely would love to go back one day. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway holds several incredible events throughout the year, and is definitely one attraction I would highly recommend checking out.

Clifty Falls State Park

Clifty Falls State Park is located in Jefferson County, and has become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Indiana. The Clifty Falls State Park is about fourteen hundred acres in size, and was created back in 1920. The Clifty Falls State Park has some of the most amazing scenery, and has incredible walking trails as well. I have been to the Clifty Falls State Park four times, and would love to go back one day. The Clifty Falls State Park sets the scene to be incredibly romantic, and if you are on your honeymoon this would be one spot to stop at.

Indiana is very beautiful in more ways than one, and is one destination that would make an incredible spot for a family vacation. These are some of the most popular tourist attractions in Indiana that I have had the pleasure of experiencing first hand, and are ones I would highly recommend checking out. If you have had the chance to be able to travel through this amazing State, and would like to share your adventures with me, please feel free to leave me a comment telling me all about it.

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