National park revenues were down last year, and park officials attribute the drop to the two-week government shutdown last October.
Gov. Pence is bringing his economic development team to England to encourage aviation companies to set up shop in Indiana.
Indiana's GDP grew 2.1 percent last year, beating Ohio, MIchigan, Wisconsin and Illinois' growth rates.
During a Bloomington Chamber of Commerce luncheon Tuesday, the governor asked residents to attract business to the city, which he says is thriving economically.
This year's harsh winter appears to have held back the housing market in Indiana, a recent economic index shows.
Economists say the drop in the economic index could be because sales have dropped during the harsh winter weather.
More than 260 companies made job commitments in 2013 worth more than $2 billion.
Indiana's GDP is expected to grow 2.2 percent next year, compared to between 1.9 percent and 2.1 for the U.S.
An outlook from the Indiana Business Research Center predicts Indiana's economy will grow slightly faster than the national average.
Most metropolitan areas in Indiana saw their GDPs increase between 2011 and 2012.