Fort Wayne, Indiana


Indiana is famous for corn, farmers, and more corn, May be even little soybeans. But there is another side to Indiana! From quaint Amish villages, to adrenaline rushing rollercoaster, to the world-famous Indy 500, Indiana has plenty of tourist attractions for any type of vacation:

Lucas Oil Stadium & Conseco Fieldhouse:

Located in the heart of Indianapolis, here one can come and watch the Colts play in their home arena. When the Colts aren't in town, the stadium is host to a variety of events.

The Conseco Field house is the home of the Indianapolis Pacers NBA team. Aside from basketball, the stadium hosts big-ticket concerts, trade shows, ice shows, and much more!

Indianapolis Motor Speedway:

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is home to the world-famous Indy 500 and Brickyard races, as well as the occasional Formula One Grand Prix. As evidence to the history of the Indy 500, there is a racing museum located onsite filled with a slew of race cars.

Holiday World and Splashin' Safari:

At this holiday themed amusement park anyone can meet Santa year round, ride thrilling roller coasters such as The Voyage, and ride a variety of other attractions!

Adjoined to Holiday World is Splashin' Safari, one of Indiana's top water parks. Along with some intense water slides, a lazy cruise along the Bahari River, or tubular waves in the wave pool attract people.

Amish Acres and Shipshewana:

Located in Nappanee, Indiana, Amish Acres is a quaint Amish community of historical and educational nature. The Amish live a simple lifestyle, void of electricity and many modern conveniences. Nearby Amish Acres is Shipshewana, Indiana. Shipshewana is home to the Trading Place of America, the Midwest's largest flea market.

Indiana Beach Amusement Resort:

Northern Indiana's Monticello is home to Indiana Beach Amusement Resort. Here one can boat around Lake Shafer, ride one of the six roller coasters and scores of other attractions, and watch the fantastic Fourth of July fireworks!

Indiana Beach has a nice water park with slides as well as a man-made beach along the lake!

Indiana Dunes State Park and National Lakeshore:

The Indiana Dunes State Park and National Lakeshore is located along the Indiana coast of Lake Michigan in Porter Lake and LaPorte Counties. The natural beauty of the area and the close proximity to Lake Michigan makes it amazing.

Nashville, Indiana and Brown County State Park:

Known as "the artist colony of the Midwest," Nashville is home to dozens of stores of knickknacks and art. It's beautiful in the fall and a great place to visit.

Right next door is Brown County State Park. Brown County is Indiana's largest state park, featuring numerous trails for people of all hiking ability, beautiful fall colors, and historic covered bridges, best for naturalist and artist.


Bloomington is named a beautiful college town caparison the renowned Indiana University by National Geographic. The variety of shops found here can not be found anywhere else in Indiana. The shops include herbal stores and a plethora of bike shops.

Hoosier National Forest:

The national forest is a must for hunters, equestrians, fishers, and hikers vacationing in Indiana. It has some of the best horse trails in the state, as well as open hunting and fishing.

Indianapolis Children's Museum:

It has a variety of educational and fun activities for your children and also has a large IMAX theater that shows both feature films and educational documentaries.

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