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Find quiet among old-growth forests and mysterious caverns at Turkey Run Inn.
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I’m sitting cross-legged on my dented blue metal saucer, frozen in place not by fear of the plummeting snow track in front of me or by the chill of the wind, but by...

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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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