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Racing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway has exciting new races this year starting May 10th with the inaugural Grand Prix road course. Join us for 6 great races this year.
Indiana's capital city awaits you! our 120-page Visitor Guide provides insider tips and creative ideas for enjoying the sports, dining and attractions that set Indy apart.
Brimming with "firsts" and "largests" in the nation. The Indianapolis Zoo is wildly different! See the newest epic exhibit when the International Orangutan Center opens May 2014!
Grover Museum, scuba diving, historic motor/bike tour. Bistros, bakeries, antiquing galore! The Strand Theatre, music and arts festivals. Indiana Grand Racing & Casino.
Round barns, covered bridges, agricultural tours, winery, festivals. 38,000+ acres of forests and wetlands. Miles of hiking, biking and horse trails. John Mellencamp's small town.
Orchards, festivals, fishing, bike trails, parks and museums, beautiful beaches, zoo, outlet shopping and casino. Come see for yourself all that LaPorte County has to offer.
The towns of Hamilton County offer fine dining, shopping, entertainment, golf and outdoor adventure. Discover it all, just north of Indy.
Take the time to escape everyday stress while discovering newfound joy in everyday places. Treat your family to some good healthy fun. Take time out in Indiana's Kosciusko County
Take time to unwind in Marshall County. Kick back and relax while enjoying our lakes, bike routes and golf courses. Shop a little and enjoy our fine restaurants.
Milan '54 Hoosiers Museum, Muzzle Loading Competitions and Living History, Versailles St. Park Mountain Biking and more,Unique Inns, B&Bs, winery, brewery. Something for all ages!
Model Aviation Museum, Minnetrista, Ball State University, Children's Museum, art galleries, Sportsplex, reservoir, bike/walk/horse trails, dragway, canoeing.
Pokagon State Park, the Midwest's longest toboggan run, outlet shopping, two wineries, buffalo preserve and 101 natural lakes.
This unique area is covered by landscapes of the Hoosier National Forest and surrounded by the scenic Ohio River. Rolling hills, river side cabins, wineries, outdoor recreation.
Vincennes is Indiana's first city, an ideal getaway for history enthusiasts. Visit historic sites, the newly opened Red Skelton museum, festivals, enjoy lush agritourism and more.
Take a step back in time, explore, shop, dine Amish-style, or take in a show! Only in Shipshewana!
Notre Dame, Studebaker Museum, Copshaholm Mansion, East Race Waterway, Potato Creek State Park, second largest retail shopping district in Indiana, performing arts and much more.
Just minutes from Chicago! Indiana Dunes, lakefront casinos, theaters, water park, candy factory, dairy farm tours, religious shrines, historic downtowns, and more.
Visit Santa Claus, Indiana, America's Christmas Hometown, which celebrates Christmas 365 days a year. See Abraham Lincoln's Indiana Boyhood Home only five miles away.
Columbus (pop. 45k) ranked 6th in the US for architecture and design. Tour 80+ significant works of public art and architecture including Eero Saarinen's masterpiece, Miller House.
The Midwest's year-round destination! Award-winning spas, hotel, golf, Patoka Lake, winter skiing, gaming, family recreation, rural hometowns, and a multitude of special events.
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