Indianapolis, Indiana will host the 2012 Superbowl. This hub has some information that tourists to the city will want to know including some of the laws, places to visit and touches on Indy nightlife.
Originally an 1838 canal town, Metamora is now a popular tourist attraction on a restored section of the Whitewater Canal.
Kokomo Indiana is known as "The City of Firsts" because of the number of items that were first produced there.
Despite a population of only 3,000 residents, Fairmount Indiana natives include James Dean, Jim Davis (creator of Garfield), CBS correspondent Phil Jones and Hurricane Center Director Bob Sheets.
Are you looking for fun free activities and attractions in the Indianapolis area? There are many different possibilities for things to do with a number of options for children.
A summertime auto trip to southern Indiana for some culture and a short casino visit.
Are you looking for festivals, events, and entertainment in Valparaiso? There are lots of annual opportunities in the community as well as Valparaiso University.
Wabash Indiana was the first city in the world to be lighted with electricity.
Near the scene of his last escape from a local jail is the John Dillinger Museum. Information and artifacts about his career in crime are displayed as well as history of law enforcement at the time.
The small Indiana town of Ligonier once had a thriving Jewish community with its own synagogue.