INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA – The TOP 10 Places you NEED to see!

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA – The TOP 10 Places you NEED to see!

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3 Popular Attractions In Indiana

  • Indianapolis Zoo: Zoo in Indianapolis, Indiana.
  • Indiana Facts:

    • Abraham Lincoln moved to Indiana when he was 7 years old. He lived most of his boyhood life in Spencer County with his parents Thomas and Nancy.
    • More than 100 species of trees are native to Indiana. Before the pioneer’s arrive more than 80% of Indiana was covered with forest. Now only 17% of the state is considered forested.
    • In 1934 Chicago Gangster John Dillinger escaped the Lake Country Jail in Crown Point by using a “pistol” he had carved from a wooden block.
    • The farming community of Fountain City in Wayne County was known as the “Grand Central Station of the Underground Railroad.” In the years before the civil war, Levi and Katie Coffin were famous agents on the Underground Railroad. They estimated that they provided overnight lodging for more than 2,000 runaway slaves who were making their way north to Canada and freedom.
    State of Indiana

    The Hoosier State

    Anthem: On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away
    Map of the United States with Indiana highlighted

    Map of the United States with Indiana highlighted
    Country United States
    Before statehood Indiana Territory
    Admitted to the Union December 11, 1816 (19th)

    (and largest city)

    Largest metro and urban areas Greater Indianapolis

    Governor Eric Holcomb (R)
    Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch (R)
    Legislature General Assembly
    Upper house Indiana Senate
    Lower house Indiana House of Representatives
    Judiciary Indiana Supreme Court
    U.S. senators
    U.S. House delegation
    • 7 Republicans
    • 2 Democrats



    •Total 36,418sqmi (94,321km2)
    •Land 35,868sqmi (92,897km2)
    •Water 550sqmi (1,424km2) 1.5%
    •Rank 38th

    •Length 270mi (435km)
    •Width 140mi (225km)

    700ft (210m)

    1,257ft (383m)

    (Confluence of Ohio River and Wabash River[1][2])
    320ft (97m)

    •Total 6,785,528[3]
    •Rank 17th
    •Density 183/sqmi (70.7/km2)
    Median household income

    $54,181 (2,017)[4]
    •Income rank

    Demonym(s) Hoosier

    Official language English
    Time zones
    80 counties UTC−05:00 (Eastern)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−04:00 (EDT)
    12 counties UTC−06:00 (Central)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−05:00 (CDT)
    USPS abbreviation
    ISO 3166 code US-IN
    Traditional abbreviation Ind.
    Latitude 37° 46′ N to 41° 46′ N
    Longitude 84° 47′ W to 88° 6′ W


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    9 thoughts on “INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA – The TOP 10 Places you NEED to see!

    1. These videos are really wonderful and very helpful. Thanks for posting them! Looks like you cover a lot of the South – I would like to take a driving trip through Alabama someday (Birmingham, Montgomery, etc), so if you go over that way, that would be great!

    2. Nice video. Hopefully the numbers weren't ranked in order of importance though. The speedway should be #1 not #10. It is by far the biggest worldwide attraction in Indianapolis

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