In 1964, Elkinsville, a small town located in the Salt Creek Watershed near Bloomington, was forced to relocate in order to build the Lake Monroe Reservoir.
For almost two hundred years, Indiana limestone has shaped Southern Indiana industry and provided "America's building stone," iconic in US architecture.
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.
Main Street Amusements houses Indiana's largest public collection of pinball machines, featuring over forty rotating games across four decades of pinball fun.
Established in 1972 by Purdue Ethologist, Dr. Erich Klinghammer, Wolk Park is a 75-acre facility leading the world in wolf behavior research and conservation.
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.
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.