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 beautiful botanic garden, near the heart of this small town. Lots of water, and enjoyable flowers and trees.
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.
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.
There are approximately 90 covered bridges throughout Indiana, but Parke County in southwest Indiana has the largest concentration of them with 34 (or so) still standing. The first of the covered bridges built in the...
Prior to the late 1800's, many inland areas of the United States relied on canals for affordable transportation. The Wabash & Erie Canal was the longest canal in the country upon it's completion. It didn't last long,...
This small, sleepy town on the banks of the Ohio River in southern Indiana houses an impressive collection of memorabilia.
Wabash Indiana was the first city in the world to be lighted with electricity.
Ever heard of Elkhart, Indiana?
Enjoy an old mill, and see it in operation. Bring a picnic, and take home some flour or cornmeal ground the old-fashioned way.