Indiana pitmasters emphasize the sweet side of barbecue.
Get in touch with your artistic side and discover northern Indiana’s rich heritage on the Indiana Art and Earth Trail.
Celebrate the blooming of the cherry blossoms and the growth of Japanese culture in Fort Wayne this May.
Small town celebrates nostalgia and local flavor in Amish country.
Visit an Indiana winery for the perfect Thanksgiving meal pairing.
The Indiana Glass Trail links five destinations in central and southern Indiana that share a tradition of glass art, from works by world-renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly to the artist next door.
Kokomo Opalescent Glass company shares its delicate art with buyers all over the world, from Disney to the Vatican.
Veach’s Toy Station in Richmond celebrates 75 years of captivating kids young and old with their unique, specialty toys.
Head to Pokagon State Park for Toboggan Run, Indiana’s only refrigerated toboggan slide.
A variety of cozy inns nestled in Indiana’s state parks offer fun activities for the winter season.
One of Kokomo Opalescent Glass’ first customers was Louis Comfort Tiffany, whose name has become synonymous with sublime stained glass windows and lamps.
Discover activities in Lafayette-West Lafayette including art galleries, a wolf park, a corn maze, historic battlefields and more.
From limestone to live music, you’re sure to find plenty of things to see and do in Bloomington during the summer months.
Even if it’s not basketball season, there are reasons beyond Indiana University to visit Bloomington, especially in the summer.
The thrills you’ll find at Dagaz Acres are in the form of 70-foot-tall ziplines, but the adventure course offers far more than an adrenaline rush.
Planning to hunt wild turkey in this spring? An online resource offers a quick and simple way to connect with landowners in your preferred hunting areas.
When the aroma of homemade muffins wafts through the air, there’s a good chance that Clabber Girl is involved. Learn about the past, present and future of the 160-year-old Terre Haute company.
Funky meets old-fashioned in Indy neighborhood flowing with arts, antiques, dining and duckpin bowling.
Schimpff’s Confectionery is 120 years old yet remains a red-hot attraction in downtown Jeffersonville, Indiana.
Local ingredients come together with a fresh and ever-changing menu at the family-owned Farmer’s Daughter Bakery and Cafe in Princeton.
How do you pick corn? What’s it like to milk a cow? These questions about agriculture can be answered when visiting Terre Haute Children’s Museum.
Bordering the Wabash River in west-central Indiana, Terre Haute’s recognition as the 2010 Community of the Year by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce mirrors the great things happening in this river city.
The Azalea Path Arboretum & Botanical Gardens, located in Hazleton, was founded in 1979 by Beverly Knight, who was inspired by the gardens she saw when she was a UPS driver.
As Indiana’s second-largest city, Fort Wayne offers first-class options for entertainment, culture and recreation. Visitors love Fort Wayne for its exciting attractions, easy affordability and Hoosier hospitality.
With a population of fewer than 600 people, Shipshewana is home to one of the nation’s largest flea markets, a huge indoor water park and some 150 retail shops and other attractions that draw more than a half million visitors each year.
You don’t have to have an eagle’s eye to spot the regal birds out and about this winter. While bald eagles were once on the country’s endangered species list, they have regained their numbers and can be seen throughout Indiana during a few weeks in the winter.
Typically beginning in late September and peaking in mid-October, vibrant fall leaves are a sight to see in the Hoosier state.
Visitors who find their way to Evansville are bound to discover more than they imagined in this friendly, affordable city.