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Wares of the more than 1,200 dealers draw visitors to this antiques hub, 70 miles east of Indianapolis.
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The forested hills of south-central Indiana cradle a college town that nurtures vibrant arts and a renowned food scene.
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Sports are a big deal in the capital city—consider the Indy 500, the Colts and the NCAA headquarters, to name a few. But pride extends to cultural destinations, too.
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This city of 250,000 (125 miles northeast of Indianapolis) impresses with well-thought-out attractions and draws genealogy buffs to the beautiful Genealogy Center at the Allen County Public Library,...
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Elkhart (population: 51,265) is the largest of several Amish communities filled with flea markets, Amish and “English” restaurants, and shops. What's unexpected here is that, like the Amish...
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A few years after Eliel Saarinen designed the new First Christian Church (in 1942), son Eero designed a modern glass bank building. Soon, architects and artists were flocking to Columbus (population...
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There’s a natural warmth to this region centered around Nashville. Brushstrokes of fiery oranges and reds compose landscape paintings inspired by Brown County’s tree-lined vistas. Owners of boutique...
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Football fans flood South Bend (population: 101,000) to cheer the University of Notre Dame’s Fighting Irish and join the Friday night campus pep rallies.
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Pack a variety of gear to enjoy Lake Michigan activities: a swimsuit for the beach at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, hiking shoes for the trails of Indiana Dunes State Park and an appetite for...