Small town celebrates nostalgia and local flavor in Amish country.
Indiana celebrates national Black History Month in February, coinciding with the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass. Here are ideas for honoring this history.
One of Kokomo Opalescent Glass’ first customers was Louis Comfort Tiffany, whose name has become synonymous with sublime stained glass windows and lamps.
The self-guided Indiana African American Heritage Trail includes more than 15 sites (and growing), spanning six southern Indiana counties.
Each year in late July, a reunion of the survivors of the USS Indianapolis is held in Indianapolis, Ind., the home to a memorial to the worst naval disaster in United States history.
Opened in 1929, the Anderson Paramount Theatre stood out among the six other theaters on its street because of its décor and 36-foot-tall Paramount blade marquee.
Enjoy the 2010 holiday season by taking part in Metamora’s Old-Fashioned Christmas Walk, an event that features nostalgic activities including horse-drawn carriage rides and pictures with Santa and Mrs. Claus.
Did you known Indianapolis is home to more war memorials than any other U.S. city aside from Washington, D.C.?
Taking place during the first weekend of November each year, Muster on the Wabash is a family-friendly event where attendees can learn about U.S. history.