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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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This South Bend Brewery is Located in an 1880s Mansion

As we were traveling through Northern Indiana recently, my husband and I decided to stop for lunch at a South Bend brewery. We were really glad we chose the Studebaker Brewing Co., located on the third floor of the historic Studebaker Mansion in South Bend. The Tippecanoe Place Restaurant, a 24,000…

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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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Kokomo's Seiberling Mansion-- Christmas Delight

Beautiful Seiberling Mansion at Christmas! If you want to experience a breathtakingly beautiful home decorated for the holidays, tour the Seiberling Mansion in Kokomo. With 20 rooms and just about that many Christmas trees the home that was built during Kokomo’s gas boom in late 1800s is…

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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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