Everyone deserves the chance to travel and create memories that will last a lifetime. Indiana is proud to be home to a variety of accessible attractions open to everyone. From ADA wheelchair-accessible trails at our state parks to a live... Read more
Three NCAA National Champion IU Hoosier teams have called Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall home. Over the decades, millions of fans have attended countless unforgettable games at this timeless arena. It’s also important to remember that Bloomington is not only known... Read more
Has the holiday season really began until the smells of a fresh-cut tree fill your home? For those who celebrate Christmas, the tradition of picking out your own tree is one that spans generations! Whether you want to experience that... Read more
Museums give us the chance to gain an appreciation and understanding of art, culture, and history. Indiana holds a diverse set of museums, including the largest children’s museum in the world, exhibits full of fine art, live historical re-enactments, and... Read more
If you haven't been to the Indiana Experience at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center in downtown Indianapolis, you have you check it out. From now to Jan 5, 2013, they're offering free admission to the exhibit!
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
Indiana Tourism welcomes today’s guest blogger, Tristan Schmid: Tristan Schmid is Director of Communications and Marketing for IndyHumane and oversees their website, Facebook, Twitter, and public-relations initiatives. In his free time, Tristan produces music, walks his dogs, and runs Lead... Read more