Amish country extends into Indiana, and for a look at the Amish way of life, visit Amish Acres in Nappannee, a historical farm that dates from 1900.
The College Football Hall of Fame in South Bend honors the game with famous memorabilia, players autographs and pictures, and a history of American football.
Located near the Hall of Fame is the University of Notre Dame, one of America’s premier academic institutions and best collegiate football programs.
30 beautiful covered bridges are located in Park County. The structure over Sugar Creek, at 207 feet long, is the longest single-span covered bridge in the United States.
Indiana’s best known sport, basketball, has its center in New Castle. The Basketball Hall of Fame also has artifacts and memorabilia of the sport and honors Indiana’s favorite player, Larry Bird.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the home of the world’s most famous car race, the Indianapolis 500.
The Indianapolis Zoo extends for 64 acres along the White River. Animals are kept in simulated natural habitats.
Shipshewana is a gigantic flea market in Amish country. Here you can find stands selling clothing, jewelry, books, music and much more, all for bargain prices.
For a quirky and entertaining afternoon, attend the Wizard of Oz Festival in Chesterton. Meet the original Munchkin actors from the 1939 film!