Indiana INsider's Guide

Conner House Turns 200 This Year

In 1823, William Conner, a fur trader, Native American interpreter (and later politician), built one of the first brick homes in Central Indiana on land now known as Conner Prairie in Fishers. Be sure to make plans to make your way out there to visit the home when the outdoor grounds re-open for the…

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Explore Madison's Murals and More

Madison has history, food, arts, music and culture all in one place! From hand-dipped truffles at Cocoa Safari Chocolates to the historic Lanier Mansion, music festivals and art, Madison is a must-visit Indiana river town. Art “The Arts Alliance is a big deal,” says Susan Ohlendorf, who offered a…

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Learn Military History at Fort Harrison State Park

In January, my son made his way down to Indianapolis for a historical re-enactment at Fort Harrison State Park. My husband and I went down to watch some of the action. For the past couple of years my son has been participating in World War II re-enactments and they’ve been really interesting to…

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