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1 Taltree Arboretum Railway Garden

450 West 100 North
Valparaiso, IN 46385

See the amazing story of America’s railroads unfold at Taltree Arboretum Railway Garden, an elaborate model railway tableau.

2 Rouch Barn

Located in Lakeville, Ind.

The historic Rouch Barn, a sterling example of a circular barn, is one of Indiana’s many Heritage Barns—find out more at

3 Wellfield Botanic Gardens

1011 North Main Street
Elkhart, IN 46514

A supersized garden on Main Street celebrates Indiana’s 200th birthday with a historical quilt pattern lit by a custom sculpture inspired by the fall Bicentennial Torch Relay. You can see it for free from May 30 to October 1.

4 South Shore Brewery Trail

Bulldog Brewing Company
1409 119th Street
Whiting IN, 46394
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The tap never runs dry along the South Shore Brewery Trail, home to 19 breweries and counting. It winds from Whiting in northeast Indiana all the way to LaPorte; for a map of where to stop for your next beer, go to

5 University of Notre Dame

South Bend, IN 46637

The gleaming Golden Dome welcomes you to the stately campus of the University of Notre Dame, a great place to tour or tailgate before a big game.

6 Wild Winds Buffalo Preserve

6975 North Ray Road
Fremont, IN 46737

Stay in a tipi or safari tent at Wild Winds Buffalo Preserve, where 250 buffalo roam 400 acres of land.

7 Eby’s Family Fun

14583 State Road 120
Bristol, IN 46507

Lace up your skates and let the good times roll on the wood-floored roller-skating rink at Eby’s Family Fun, which dates back to 1954.

8 Wakarusa Dime Store

103 E Waterford Street
Wakarusa, IN 46573

Candy junkies will go crazy for the Wakarusa Dime Store, packed with Pop Rocks, Mary Janes and other nostalgic sweets. Find everything from jumbo jelly beans to Whirly Pops to bacon-scented lip balm at this throwback delight.

9 County Line Orchard

200 South County Line Road
Hobart, IN 46342

From September through October, County Line Orchard is a charming destination for picking apples or exploring intricate corn mazes.

10 Lowell Downtown District

Lowell, Ind.

Antiquers are drawn to the quaint shops and old architecture in the downtown district—browse dolls, vintage linen, ’50s kitsch and much more.