Stellar spots for sightseeing across Indiana’s south central region, from comedy to caving.
This artsy town is a good jumping-off point for the bucolic paradise of Brown County, which draws hikers, bikers and sightseers for its amazing fall foliage.
777 Belterra DriveFlorence, IN 47020
It’s playtime all the time at Belterra Casino Resort, which boasts the newest slot machines along with traditional table games.
3333 State Road 60 EMitchell, IN 47446
Endless opportunities for fun await at Spring Mill State Park, as seen in Midwest Living magazine. After you’ve caved, picnicked, biked and swum, unwind in the historic Spring Mill Inn, a historic 73-room abode done in cozy country decor.
Buskirk-Chumley Theater114 East Kirkwood AvenueBloomington, IN 47408See limestonefest.com for all locations.
This college town’s up-and-coming Limestone Comedy Festival, only in its fourth year, has already been headlined by the likes of Janeane Garofalo and Patton Oswalt. The 2016 festival was June 2–4.
Ertel Cellars Winery & Restaurant3794 East Cr. 1100 NBatesville, IN 47006See indianawinetrail.com for all locations.
Three of the six wineries on the Indiana Wine Trail are in Madison, and group tours can be booked through Visit Madison at 800-559-2956.
19074 Perfect Pl LnLawrenceburg, IN 47025
There’s fun to be had all year long at Perfect North Slopes—when skiing, snowboarding and snow-tubing are out of season, there are mud runs and more.
315 Importing StreetAurora, IN 47001
Take a self-guided historic walking tour through this small Ohio River town, then refuel with hand-crafted beer and food at Great Crescent Brewery.
20 West Red Skelton BlvdVincennes, IN 47591
The town honors its most famous son with the Red Skelton Museum of American Comedy, whose character gallery includes Freddie the Freeloader, Clem Kadiddlehopper, Cauliflower McPugg and more.
11471 US-52Brooksville, IN 47012
Take an exhilarating swing through a treetop canopy on the zip lines at Skyward Adventures.
12595 North Executive DriveEdinburgh, IN 46124
Love old stuff? Make a beeline to Exit 76 Antique Mall, where you’ll find more than 600 booths.