The Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus wintered at their owner's hometown of French Lick from 1913 to 1922; now, the circus lives on at the French Lick West Baden Museum.
On March 31, 1880, press flocked to Wabash, Indiana as its lighting display flickered alive, making the town the first electrically lighted city in the world.
Established by French fur traders as a strategic post, Vincennes was Indiana's first European settlement, and eventual capital of the Northwest Territory.
Taltree Arboretum's Railway Garden is an outdoor model train display featuring over 3,000 feet of hand-laid track, 30 handcrafted bridges, and 7 train loops!
The Haan Mansion Museum is home to the most extensive Indiana art collection in the US, including paintings from the Hoosier Group and Brown County Art Colony.
Wea Creek Orchard is a seventh-generation farm, owned and operated by descendants of the pioneers who purchased the Tippecanoe County homestead in 1855.
The second oldest zoo in Indiana, the Columbian Park Zoo has contributed to the Lafayette community for over 100 years. Today, it remains free to the public.
For 114 years, the Studebaker Corporation produced vehicles in the heart of South Bend; today, the museum displays its one-of-a-kind historical car collection.
Once one of the largest freshwater wetlands in the U.S., the Grand Kankakee Marsh was nearly destroyed; today, conservationists are working to save the region.
Travel to Vincennes to explore one of Indiana's oldest family farms, Mont Clair. Designated an Indiana Landmark, the Ewing farm was built in 1804.