About this trip idea

Indiana’s seven historic and scenic byways have teamed up to create the Indiana Byways Passport. The passport gives you a guide as you explore the byways, collecting unique stamps from the various locations along the route. Officially endorsed as a Legacy Project of the Indiana Bicentennial, there is no better way to see the Hoosier State.

This trip idea is a sampling of the highlights listed in the passport. You can get your passport at any of the stops listed and collect your stamps at your own pace!

Indiana’s Historic Pathways
A combination of three important historic corridors in Southern Indiana,  Indiana’s Historic Pathways includes US 50, US 150 and the Buffalo Trace, passing through Lawrenceburg, Seymour, New Albany, Paoli, Shoals and Vincennes. Start your journey at the breathtaking  George Rogers Clark National Historic Park in Vincennes. Enjoy a home cooked meal and more at  Gasthof Amish Village. See the longest historic covered bridge in the US at  Medora Covered Bridge. View a wide variety of waterfowl at  Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge. Visit  Hillforest Victorian House Museum in Aurora. Stay at the “Eighth Wonder of the World”,  West Baden Springs Hotel, and hunt for fossils at Clarksville’s  Falls of the Ohio State Park.