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This 943-mile route through Ohio, Indiana and Illinois hugs the banks of the Ohio River and passes myriad historical sites.
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Explore Parke County (aka the Covered Bridge Capital of the World) on five well-marked driving routes.
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Indianapolis’ museums, parks and restaurants balance big-city culture with little-tyke appeal. Interactive exhibits at the Indiana State Museum, lawn seats with run-around space at baseball stadium...
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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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Three Midwest lakes in Minnesota, Indiana and Missouri offer all the allure of more popular destinations without the traffic.
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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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If a summer storm washes out your plans, head to one of the region’s indoor water parks for an easy escape. Here are 5 of our favorites.
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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...
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The St. Joseph River serves as a sparkling backdrop for a weekend in South Bend, Indiana, home to the University of Notre Dame.

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