10 BEST Things to Do Indiana | Covered Bridges, Distilleries + More!

10 BEST Things to Do Indiana | Covered Bridges, Distilleries + More!

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3 Popular Attractions In Indiana

  • Perfect North Slopes: Ski area in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.
  • Indiana Facts:

    • The first long-distance auto race in the U. S. was held May 30, 1911, at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The winner averaged 75 miles an hour and won a 1st place prize of $14,000. Today the average speed is over 167 miles an hour and the prize is more than $1.2 million. Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the site of the greatest spectacle in sports, the Indianapolis 500. The Indianapolis 500 is held every Memorial Day weekend in the Hoosier capital city. The race is 200 laps or 500 miles long.
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    • In 1862, Richard Gatling, of Indianapolis, invented the rapid-fire machine gun.
    • The Poet Laureate of Indiana, James Whitcomb Riley was born in a two-room log cabin in Greenfield. He glorified his rural Indiana childhood in such poems as “The Old Swimmin’ Hole” “Little Orphant Annie”, and ” When the frost is on the Pumpkin”.
    Club Sport League Venue (capacity)
    Indianapolis Colts American football National Football League Lucas Oil Stadium (62,400)
    Indiana Pacers Basketball National Basketball Association Gainbridge Fieldhouse (18,165)
    Evansville Otters Baseball Frontier League Bosse Field (5,181)
    Evansville Thunderbolts Ice hockey Southern Professional Hockey League Ford Center (9,000)
    Fort Wayne Komets Ice hockey ECHL Allen County War Memorial Coliseum (10,480)
    Fort Wayne Mad Ants Basketball NBA G League War Memorial Coliseum (13,000)
    Fort Wayne TinCaps Baseball High-A Central Parkview Field (8,100)
    Gary SouthShore RailCats Baseball American Association U.S. Steel Yard (6,139)
    Indy Eleven Soccer United Soccer League Lucas Oil Stadium (62,400)
    Indiana Fever Basketball Women's National Basketball Association Gainbridge Fieldhouse (18,165)
    Indy Fuel Ice hockey ECHL Indiana Farmers Coliseum (6,300)
    Indianapolis Indians Baseball Triple-A East Victory Field (14,230)
    Indianapolis Enforcers Arena Football AAL Indiana Farmers Coliseum
    South Bend Cubs Baseball High-A Central Four Winds Field (5,000)

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    00:00 Intro
    00:20 Covered Bridges
    01:56 Mounds State Park
    02:27 Levi & Catherine Coffin House Museum
    03:16 Highest Point in Indiana
    03:36 Tower Tree
    03:59 Nashville Indiana
    04:34 Hard Truth Distillery
    05:40 TC Steel House Museum
    06:44 Historical Vincennes Indiana
    07:06 William Henry Harrison House Museum
    07:44 Corydon Indiana
    08:14 Culbertson Mansion House Museum
    08:27 Lanier House Museum
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    12 thoughts on “10 BEST Things to Do Indiana | Covered Bridges, Distilleries + More!

    1. Great road trip! Ohio has a lot of covered bridges. Our family is from Oberlin, OH which was one of the major stops of the Underground Railroad. Two of the houses my Uncle owned had secret hiding places for enslaved people making their trip to Canada. One was "Bardwell House" that is from 1846 and had been moved from its original location.

    2. Hi Lauren,

      REALLY enjoying your videos!

      Was excited to see Indiana featured and was thinking "I wonder if she goes to Richmond…" 😄
      Back in the 70's I had a penfriend who was from Richmond, I was in New Zealand..We kept in contact for years, great times!

      Many thanks again…great!

    3. Video was not helpful, got lost and mugged by toothless terry while searching for the highest point stone marker. 0/10 👎👎

    4. My friend was mugged near the highest point marker. I am going on a road trip to see it! Hopefully I don't get mugged. 😁😁

    5. Dawg I got mugged [lost $51 in CHC (cold hard cash), an electric toothbrush, a wireless hotspot, Fido's leash, and my dignity] Curse you toothless terry! 😡😡

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