Indiana Insider Blog

Indiana Is Now Part of the Lewis and Clark Trail

In May of 2019, the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail extended 1,200 miles to include segments along the Ohio River, from St. Louis to Pittsburgh. The original trail, established in the 1960s, commemorated the Lewis and Clark Expedition from St. Louis to the Pacific Coast. Indiana State…

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Foodies Have to Try this Seafood Spot on Indy's Northside

Even in the middle of landlocked Indiana, it’s possible to find delicious fresh fish, lobster, crab and shrimp. This seafood restaurant in Indy has been delighting foodies for seven years. Ocean Prime opened on Indy’s 86 th Street/Keystone Crossing corridor in June 2012. Since its launch, the location…

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Be Wowed by The Huge Murals in These Two Small Towns

Big art can be found in Greencastle and Brazil! A new four-silo mural greets people coming into Greencastle from the south on U.S. 231. In Brazil, travelers are welcomed by a mural on the east side of the Alabama Bar & Grill. From the west, a collage mural at the southeast corner of U.S. 40 and…

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This Downtown Indy Hotel Delivers a Five-Star Experience

In the heart of downtown, Conrad Indianapolis holds all the makings of a luxuriously appointed vacation or “staycation” for couples, families or single guests. The luxury Downtown Indy hotel is one of 11 AAA Four Diamond hotels in Indiana. With an on-site spa, pool, art gallery, wine bar and…

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This Spooky Tour Takes You Through the Indy Catacombs

I was thinking of spooky things to do in Indiana, and it made me remember my Catacombs Tour this past spring in Indianapolis. This cool tour by the Indianapolis City Market and Indiana Landmarks takes you underneath the city to view these expansive walkways of brick with cool rounded archways that…

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