Your Guide to Cozy Up this Winter IN Indiana

The weather outside is frightful, but you don't have to give up having fun by staying inside. From north to south, here are some cozy indoor attractions you can have fun with without breaking out the snow shovels. 

These Attractions are listed from North to South so that you can find the fun attractions near you. Not all of these are open every day, so please refer to the official sites for hours of operation.

Shipshewana Ice Festival / Chili Cookoff

Welcome the Winter in Shipshewana

With great food, great entertainment, and a cozy small-town charm, Shipshewana is a cozy and fun place to take the family this winter.

Cozy Winter Activities IN Northern Indiana

These faces have represented sports teams, communities, and more, and the Mascot Hall in Northwest Indiana of Fame aims to honor each of them! Come see your favorite mascots!

The Studebaker National Museum displays Studebaker vehicles from throughout the generations along with facts about the industry. It hopes to share South Bend's history through the collection and showing of these vehicles.

Cozy Winter Activities IN Central Indiana

Please join us for some great wine, amazing food, and an even better view. Our igloos are heated and spacious, perfect for a gathering with friends during a cold or snowy night. Igloos will be open during business hours, and more information can be found on our website!

Lane Place was built for Henry S. Lane in 1845 in what is now called the Elston Grove Historic District. Lane lived continuously at Lane Place until he died in 1881.

the NCAA Hall of Champions boasts two levels of interactive exhibits to engage visitors and create a true-to-life understanding of what it takes to make the grade as we celebrate our student-athletes.

Tour America's oldest art glass company! Feel the heat as you experience art glass that is hand-ladled and rolled from a 2,500 degree furnace and watch skilled artisans make hand-blown glass creations in the KOG Hot Glass Studio.

A list of Indiana’s great mansions would undoubtedly include Kokomo’s stunning Seiberling Mansion, built in 1891 by industrialist Monroe Seiberling.

There's nothing like a classic film at this 1920s-era theater. Snack on locally grown popcorn while enjoying an iconic film, then stroll around the corner to snap a selfie in the Artcraft Alley, an art installation with 200 colorful stars overhead.

Cozy Winter Activities IN Southern Indiana

Put a new, antiquated spin on your game nights at Arcademie. Because honestly, they just don’t make arcade games like they used to. With a dozen draughts and classic drinks to boot, you can master the art of the flipper on our timeless antique-style machines.

Play to win at French Lick Casino, featuring resort-style gaming with a ton of ways to cash in. Our spacious main gaming floor features hundreds of slots, both classic reels and the latest trending video gaming devices, plus live-dealer table games and a sportsbook.

Stroll through Lincoln-era replica cabins that stand in memorial to Abraham Lincoln's years spent in Indiana. Cabins, including the Pioneer Schoolhouse, the Lincoln Homestead Cabin, and the Old Pigeon Baptist Church, are decorated to offer a glimpse of what a young Abe's life might have looked like.

Known as the “Castle on the Hill”, the Monastery, founded in 1867, is home to one of the nation’s largest communities of Benedictine women. The distinctive, Romanesque dome rises majestically over the town of Ferdinand, standing at 87 feet from the floor and 32 and a half feet in diameter.