Indiana Insider Blog

Pack-Up the Kids and Make Some Memories at Exhibit Columbus

Exhibit Columbus is rolling into town for its fifth year, presenting a perfect opportunity to pay this south-central Indiana city a visit and admire its stunning architecture. The latest batch of 13 site-responsive installations unveils on Aug. 21, staying up for outdoor viewing and interaction…

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Get to Know "The Avenue of the Architects" in Columbus

Holding rank alongside much bigger metropolitan areas as one of the most architecturally significant cities in the United States, Columbus, Indiana is famous for its collection of modernist buildings and structures, serving as an open-air museum of sorts to explore and appreciate. The most…

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Century of Progress: Unbelievable Homes You Have to See

If you're looking for a hidden gem in Northwest Indiana or if you're a history buff you may want to visit the Century of Progress Homes at the Indiana Dunes National Park. These five homes were originally built for the 1933 Chicago World's Fair, showing off the modern architectural design of the…

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3 Must See Historic Mansions Along the Ohio River

The Ohio River Scenic Byway winding through southeast Indiana is one of the prettiest drives in the country. The Byway follows the river through thriving small towns full of history and beautiful 19th century architecture. If you're a history buff, love great scenery and want a glimpse of another…

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Which of Indiana's 92 County Courthouses is Your Favorite?

For those of us who travel the state frequently, it’s no secret the our county courthouses and their adjacent squares exhibit some of the best architecture in the Midwest. Throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries, the county seats in all 92 counties constructed some of the most magnificent…

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Historic Madison Lives up to Its Name

OK, after visiting Historic Madison, located approximately 75 miles south of Indianapolis, I can see why it has received so many accolades. According to the town’s tourism website (VisitMadison.org), the small town has been ranked #4 in top 100 places to visit in the Midwest. Add to that one of…

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The Miller House

If you have traveled in Indiana at all, you likely know that Columbus (just 45 minutes south of Indy) is known for its architecture. In fact, it is ranked 6th in the nation for architectural innovation and design by the American Institute for Architects. In this small town of 44,000 visitors can see…

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