Indiana Insider Blog

Escape the Winter Blues at this Orchid Greenhouse in Muncie

~2,000 species of orchids on display! In winters like this, it's important to escape in places that remind us that yes, spring is going to come again. One such place is the Dr. Joe and Alice Rinard Orchid Greenhouse in Muncie, on the campus of Ball State University. During the COVID-19 pandemic…

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Get Lost at Minnetrista's A-Maze-ing New Exhibit

Mazes & Brain Games at Minnetrista Maneuver your way through a mind-boggling collection of 3-D puzzles and full-body games with family and friends in Mazes & Brain Games , beginning May 13 at Minnetrista in Muncie! Mazes & Brain Games at Minnetrista Test your perceptions in a feast of visual…

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Locals Can't Stop Talking About this Winery in Muncie

As Muncie experiences a craft beer revolution, just north in the village of Royerton, Tonne Winery is experiencing success of its own. Tonne (rhymes with sunny), has become east-central Indiana's go-to local winery in the past decade and is fast earning a regionally renowned reputation for good…

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Color, History & Culture: Top 10 Public Artworks in Muncie

Passing of the Buffalo - Muncie Many communities in Indiana - both large and small - have commissioned public artworks to beautify their communities over the past two-hundred years. Muncie, for example, has a long history of installing public art, going all the way back to the Indiana Gas Boom…

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The 1950s Come Alive at Cammack Station

Mayberry is alive and well in Cammack, Indiana! Nestled at the western edge of Delaware County, lies the quaint village of Cammack. Like many other hidden treasures found in small and rural communities in Indiana, Cammack has one of east-central Indiana's best diners! Cammack Station Founded in…

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Follow the Yellow Brick Road to Minnetrista this Summer

Guest Blog by Sam Condon, Communications Specialist at Minnetrista Set to arrive May 14, 2016, THE WIZARD OF OZ™ Educational Exhibit was Created by Miami Children’s Museum and licensed by Warner Bros. Consumer Products as a journey of self-discovery that’s fun for the whole family. Summer is just…

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