Things to Do in Indiana!
If we have visited the location, clicking on the name will take you to our page of pictures (from there you can link to the location’s website)! Otherwise, the link will take you directly to the location’s website! Doesn’t have a link? I simply couldn’t find one 🙂
Bluespring Cavern ~ Largest navigable underground river in the United States.
Brain Sculpture ~ World’s Largest Anatomically-accurate Brain Sculpture. Located at the Indiana University Bloomington Campus, at the Department for Psychological and Brain Sciences. Coordinates are 39.1721, -86.5202
The Garret ~ Unique antique store inside an ornate limestone building.
Zoom Flume ~ Abandoned Waterslide from the 80’s covered in graffiti (on private property but can be viewed from outside of fence). No website available but the site coordinates are 39.0695, -86.4024, address listed is 8012-8100 S Knightridge Rd
Thor Motor Coach Tour ~ This tour is offered in Multiple Locations (Elkhart & Wakarusa also)
Warm Glow Candle Company ~ Large Textured Candle leads to a candle shop with a lot of unique scents.
World’s Largest Toilet ~ Located inside the kidscommons Columbus’ Community Children’s Museum
Rotary Jail Museum ~ One of 18 originally built, only one of 3 left standing and the only one left that still has rotation ability.
Hall of Heros Superhero Museum ~ First Superhero Museum ever created
Thor Motor Coach Tour ~ This tour is offered in Multiple Locations (Bristol & Wakarusa also)
Wellfield Botanical Gardens ~ Working source of Hydropower. The wells on site produce 75% of the Town of Elkhart’s drinking water.
Fair Oaks Farms ~ Multiple options for tours and activities! Dog Park on Site!
Conner Prairie ~ Living History Museum where you Step Into The Story.
Martini-drinking Pink Elephant ~ Located at 308 W. Broadway St
Periodic Museum of Elements ~ A unique display of actual elements of the periodic table (unless unstable for display!) located in the Julian Science Center at DePauw University.
Children’s Museum of Indianapolis (World’s Largest Children’s Museum)
City Market Catacombs ~ Tour the catacombs beneath Indianapolis
City Market Tours ~ Topside tour of the market history
Enchanted Fairy Trails ~ Scavenger Hunt for Fairy Houses ~ Locations outside of Indianapolis as well!
Holliday Park ~ Home of The Ruins ~ architectural pieces from a 1950’s skyscraper from NYC moved to this location, then abandoned for 20 years. Recent revitalization of the area makes it possible to visit.
Indiana Medical History Museum ~ Explore the Origins of Modern Medicine (by appointment only)
Indiana State Museum ~ houses the State’s Largest IMAX Screen
Indianapolis Art Center ~ unique sculptures and exhibits, including the Twisted House. You can enter the house and look out it’s twisted windows.
Indianapolis Moon Tree ~ One of 500 seeds planted that were taken to the moon on the Apollo 14 Mission. One of only 50 trees still alive today. It is a sycamore tree, located at the Indiana Statehouse.
K1 Speed ~ Race a go-cart up to 45 mph!
Lilly House ~ Guided Tour depicting life 100 years ago
Lucas Oil Speedway ~ Ride along or Race in a dragster at up to 140 mph!
Newfields ~ TONS of different things to do! Lilly House is also located here!
Schimpff’s Confectionary ~ Old-fashioned Mom & Pop Candy store that offers tours
Kokomantis ~ Very large Praying Mantis
World’s Largest Preserved Steer ~ Old Ben Drive
World’s Largest Sycamore Stump ~ Old Ben Drive
The Sock Barn ~ You can trade a dirty sock for a geode 😂 No website that I could find, but the coordinates of this location are 39.1518, -86.3466
Harmonist Labyrinth ~ Large labyrinth open year round to the public. No website available but the coordinates to the location are 38.1224, -87.9359. Address listed as 1239 Main St
Sechler’s Pickle Factory Tour ~ Currently offered one week per year during the St Joe Pickle Festival
Thor Motor Coach Tour ~ This tour is offered in Multiple Locations (Bristol & Elkhart also)
Click below to see all Locations we have listed on Google Maps!