Top 11 Tourist Attractions in South Bend – Travel Indiana

Top 11 Tourist Attractions in South Bend – Travel Indiana

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3 Popular Attractions In Indiana

  • Turkey Run State Park: State park in Parke County, Indiana.
  • Indiana Facts:

    • Most of the state’s rivers flow south and west, eventually emptying into the Mississippi. However, the Maumee flows north and east into Lake Erie. Lake Wawasee is the states largest natural lake.
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    • 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.
    • Eagle Creek Park is one of the country’s largest municipal parks.
    Indianapolis, Indiana
    City of Indianapolis and Marion County
    Official seal of Indianapolis, Indiana


    “Indy”, “Circle City”, “Crossroads of America“, “Naptown”, “Racing Capital of the World”, “Amateur Sports Capital of the World”, “Railroad City”[1]
    Location within Marion County

    Location within Marion County
    Indianapolis is located in Indiana

    Location within Indiana

    Indianapolis is located in the United States

    Location within the United States

    Indianapolis is located in North America

    Location within North America


    39°46′07″N 86°09′29″W / 39.76861°N 86.15806°W / 39.76861; -86.15806Coordinates: 39°46′07″N 86°09′29″W / 39.76861°N 86.15806°W / 39.76861; -86.15806

    Country United States
    State Indiana
    County Marion
    Townships Center, Decatur, Franklin, Lawrence, Perry, Pike, Warren, Washington, Wayne
    Founded January 6, 1821[2]
    Incorporated (town) September 3, 1832[2]
    Incorporated (city) March 30, 1847[2]
    City-county consolidation January 1, 1970[3]

    •Type Strong mayor–council
    •Body Indianapolis City-County Council
    Mayor Joe Hogsett (D)

    State capital and consolidated city-county 367.93sqmi (952.95km2)
    •Land 361.64sqmi (936.64km2)
    •Water 6.29sqmi (16.30km2)

    718ft (219m)

    State capital and consolidated city-county 887,642
    •Rank 15th in the United States
    1st in Indiana
    •Density 2,454.50/sqmi (947.69/km2)

    2,111,040 (33rd)
    Demonym(s) Indianapolitan[7]
    Time zone UTC−5 (EST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−4 (EDT)
    ZIP Codes
    61 total ZIP codes:
    • 46201–46209, 46211, 46214, 46216–46231, 46234–46237, 46239–46242, 46244, 46247, 46249–46251, 46253–46256, 46259–46260, 46266, 46268, 46274–46275, 46277–46278, 46280, 46282–46283, 46285, 46290–46291, 46295–46296, 46298
    Area code(s) 317 and 463
    FIPS code 18-36003[8]
    GNIS feature ID 2395423[5]


    Top 11 Tourist Attractions in South Bend – Travel Indiana:
    Basilica of the Sacred Heart, University of Notre Dame, Studebaker National Museum, Grotto of Our Lady Lourdes, Notre Dame Stadium, Four Winds Field at Coveleski Stadium, Potawatomi Zoo, The History Museum, The Snite Museum of Art, South Bend Museum of Art

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