From unique destinations to Hoosier profiles, join us as we explore the people, places, and events that continue to shape our state.
In 1803, Indiana's first sheriff and celebrated gunsmith, John Small, crafted the "Grouseland Rifle." In 2012, it was named as Indiana's official state gun.
For over 50 years, Gary Roberson has been surveying the Binkley Cave system, the longest cave in Indiana and the largest depository of Ice Age bones in Indiana!
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!
For over twenty years, as the largest school of its kind in the country, the Marc Adams School of Woodworking has attracted students from across the globe.
Opened in 1891 by Gustave Schimpff Sr. and Jr., Jeffersonville’s Schimpff’s Confectionery is one of the oldest family-owned candy businesses in the country!
In 2012, Taltree Arboretum & Gardens partnered with the Trumpeter Swan Society to introduce a pair of Trumpeter Swans to their "Windows to the Wetland" exhibit.
Founded in 1997 by Damien and Rita Gabis, Taltree Arboretum & Gardens has reclaimed over 330 acres of farmland, transforming it to Indiana's native landscape.
Established in 1916 as part of Indiana's centennial, Turkey Run State Park was purchased from a lumber company, saving old growth trees for future generations.
Each year, high school teams from across Indiana compete in the Super Mileage Challenge, an endurance race to test fuel efficiency and technological prowess.
Indy RC Raceway hosts the premiere radio control competitions in central Indiana, featuring over 3,0000 square feet of carpeted track and leagues for all ages.