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Muncie Children’s Museum

The Muncie Children’s Museum offers 24,000 square feet of indoor space for kids to play in northeast Indiana. Links to coupon and savings offers as well. Read more >

FREE Admission to the Indiana Experience

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! Read more >

Fort Wayne’s History Center Makes History Real for Indiana Students

The History Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana makes the past come alive for more than 20,000 students a year. But that’s not the best part! Of those students, more than 200 school groups (representing approximately 7,500 students) tour the museum Read more >

South Shore Civil War Trail

In the travel and tourism world, it seems as though there’s a “trail” for everything these days, from food to wine to art. What I love about the trail concept is that it helps someone who has never been to Read more >

Indiana’s Top 10 Indiana Summer Gotta-Dos and Ice Cream Shops

We’ve all seen those travel lists of the best places to go in a certain state, or 10 ice creams you have to eat before you die compilations. But can you ever really trust the sources of those lists? They’re Read more >

WonderLab in Bloomington, Indiana

Bloomington, Indiana, home to Indiana University, is certainly a place of scientific discovery. Afterall, you’ve got researchers, professors and thought leaders in just about every academic field doing cutting edge work all over town. But my family’s recent trip to Read more >

Discover Science Central in Fort Wayne!

Science Central, located in Fort Wayne (Indiana’s second-largest city), provides families with fun hands-on fun and education year round. Kids will have a blast spending the day exploring science, technology, engineering and math at Indiana‚Äôs playground for the mind! Check Read more >

Conner Prairie Commemorates Bicentennial of War of 1812

Every time I visit Conner Prairie, I always visit the part that helps me understand the 1860s. I don’t know why, it’s just where we always go. But I’m looking forward to their exhibit during April 21 and 22, when Read more >

Conner Prairie Hearthside Suppers, January through March, 2012

Keep warm this winter as Conner Prairie starts up their annual Hearthside Suppers, running from January 6 through March 25, 2012. Guests who dine in Indiana’s only Smithsonian affiliate can enjoy a candlelight dinner in the historic William Conner house. Read more >