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T.C. Steele State Historic Site

Since my family lives only 20 minutes from Brown County State Park, when we crave a long hike in the woods and a chance to reconnect, that’s usually where we head. But this weekend, we wanted to tackle a new trail. So Read more >

Have your “Ah-Hah!” Moment at 1863 Civil War Journey

When I first started working at Conner Prairie in February, things were running at a good pace. I was busy, had plenty to do but everyone kept saying, “just wait until outdoor season, that’s when things get really busy.” Yeah, Read more >

Cocktails and Culture at Forty Five Degrees

This post was written by a Butler University student about their experience at one of 40+ restaurants involved in Devour Downtown – a prix-fixe way to experience some of Indianapolis’ best downtown restaurants twice a year. Check out all the Read more >

Creation Cafe – Good Food with Flare

This post was written by a Butler University student about their experience at one of 40+ restaurants involved in Devour Downtown – a prix-fixe way to experience some of Indianapolis’ best downtown restaurants twice a year. Check out all the Read more >

Devouring Delicious Dishes at Tavern on South

This post was written by a Butler University student about their experience at one of 40+ restaurants involved in Devour Downtown – a prix-fixe way to experience some of Indianapolis’ best downtown restaurants twice a year. Check out all the Read more >

Experience the Holidays in Santa Claus, Indiana: America’s Christmas Hometown

Indiana Tourism welcomes today’s guest blogger, Melissa Wilkinson: Melissa Wilkinson is the Executive Director at the Spencer County Visitors Bureau in Santa Claus, Indiana, and Lincoln’s Indiana Boyhood Home.  “The best part about working in a town named Santa Claus, Read more >

A kid-friendly evening along Mass Ave

The Murat Theatre at Old National Centre is one of my favorite places to see a show in Indy.  Not only is the venue great, but it is nestled in the heart of Mass Ave, a thriving cultural district in Read more >

Chesterton’s European Market

As summer comes to a close, towns all over Indiana say goodbye to farmer’s market bounties until the spring.  Last week, I had the opportunity to visit Chesterton, Indiana’s European Market.  My senses were delighted with the smell of freshly Read more >

Fiesta: A Night of Cultural Immersion in Downtown Indy

The 30th Annual Fiesta, sponsored by La Plaza, was held Saturday, September 18 in downtown Indianapolis. Unfortunately, I was unable to go this year, but I have experienced this event the two previous years. It is free to attend Fiesta, Read more >

Ferdinand Folk Festival

Nothing says summer like outdoor concerts.  So if you’re looking to hold on tight to that last bit of summer fun, then this weekend is a great time to hit the road and head south for the Ferdinand Folk Festival.  While Read more >