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1) Soldiers and Sailors Monument Anchoring the heart of Indianapolis on Monument Circle, this 284-foot limestone spire is the tallest Civil War...

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A top-notch children's museum, a zoo, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and other kid-friendly destinations will keep your family busy during a weekend getaway in Indianapolis.
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Carmel's downtown presents a haven for decorators, artists, chefs and musicians—making it a great place for the rest of us to spend the day.
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The newly finished Indianapolis Cultural Trail offers a great way to walk and bike through a city known for its monuments, sports and urban parks.
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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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Echoing its roots as a utopian community, New Harmony, Indiana, continues to thrive as an ideal destination for reflection and inspiration as spring unfolds.
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A garden center outside of Indianapolis is part nursery, part botanical center, part muse.
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Horseback riding is just one way to explore fall foliage in Brown County.

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