Monday, July 28, 2008

Exploring Indiana! Part 3

This post will take a look at events, activities and attractions that will entertain AND educate. Here are some suggestions for exploring Indiana's history and government:

Conner Prairie
This outdoor history museum lets you experience 19th century culture hands-on.

Hamilton County Museum of History
Built in 1875, the museum is housed in what used to be the sheriff's home and the jail.

Indiana State Capitol Building


Indiana's State House, a building of outstanding architectural beauty, has served as a center of civic life in Indiana since 1888.

Indiana War Memorial


The Indiana War Memorial Plaza Historic District contains two museums, three parks and 24 acres of monuments, statues, sculptures and fountains in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, making the state's capital second only to Washington D.C. in acreage and number of monuments dedicated to veterans.

Indiana State Museum


This world-class institution is a hands-on overview of the best Indiana has to offer.

Indiana Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument


In the heart of Indianapolis, known also as Monument Circle, this monument honors Indiana Soldiers and Sailors.

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