Considered one of the Midwest's most comprehensive collection, the Indiana Military Museum features thousands of artifacts spanning more than 200 years.
Established by French fur traders as a strategic post, Vincennes was Indiana's first European settlement, and eventual capital of the Northwest Territory.
After becoming Governor of the Indiana Territory, William Henry Harrison moved to Vincennes, building the iconic Grouseland estate as a symbol and a home.
After leaving Vincennes at 14 years old, Red Skelton became a comedic icon, entertaining worldwide audiences for 70 years; his legacy continues at the museum.
For almost 50 years, Charlie and Lorethea Hamke ran their homemade candy shop from home; today, the tradition continues, featuring their famed caramel corn.
Inspired by the soulful sounds of R&B and blues, Indianapolis' singer/songwriter Julia Kahn, along with her band, perform their original song, “Small Voices.”
Indianapolis-based fusion rock band, Veseria, performs their original song, "Let's Burn Some Bridges," drawn from a variety of musical genres.
Indianapolis-based fusion rock band, Veseria, performs their original song, "Maybe I'm Deaf, Maybe I'm Blind," drawn from a variety of musical genres.
175 years ago, Mother Theodore founded the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary-of-the-Woods. After canonization in 2006, the sisters built her official shrine.
Based in Indianapolis, the five-piece rock fusion band Veseria draws from a variety of inspirations including musical genres, literature, and science fiction!