Spring Break is on the Horizon. No plans? No problem! There are plenty of places to visit in Indiana that will keep you and your family entertained.
Known the world over as a place that celebrities used to frequent in the early 1900’s for its iconic hot springs and luxury spas, French Lick underwent a major transformation in the early 2000’s when both French Lick and West Baden Resorts were purchased by the Koch brothers and completely renovated. Situated in southern Indiana surrounded by hills, and a Pete Dye Golf Course, French Lick is the perfect getaway.
Kick Off Your Stay Buy Reserving a Room at the French Lick Resort
8670 IN-56, French Lick, IN 47432
Take a Ride on the popular French Lick Scenic Railway
8594 W. State Road 56, Box 150, French Lick, IN 47432
If you’ve ever dreamed of getting up close and personal with elephants and giraffes a visit to Wilstem just up the road in Paoli is a must!
4237 US-150, Paoli, IN 47454
Too cold for the pool? No problem. Big Splash is a 40,000 square foot indoor water park.
8505 IN-56, French Lick, IN 47432
Jump Start your stay at the well-known Story Inn, and enjoy breakfast in the Inn’s Restaurant
6404 IN-135, Nashville, IN 47448
Mine for your very own colorful gemstones at Copper Head Creek Gem Mine
79 (a) Van Buren Street, Nashville, IN 47448
Visit rescued birds and learn how they are cared for the in Indiana Raptor Center Sanctuary
1376 Jackson Branch Ridge Rd, Nashville, IN 47448
Go back in time, and take a visit to the local Pioneer Village Museum
90 Gould St, Nashville, IN 4744
Adults and Children alike when enjoy sleeping in a room that is actually a converted train car at the Crowne Plaza Hotel
123 W Louisiana St, Indianapolis, IN 46225
Take a tour UNDER the city with City Market Catacombs Tour
222 E Market St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Explore Civil War History at the Colonel Eli Lilly Civil War Museum
431 N Meridian St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Take in the rotating exhibits at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, iMOCA
216 E South St, Indianapolis, IN 46225