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Points of Interest
In Indiana, you can explore a wide array of adventures from arts and culture, sports and motor racing, agritourism, history and heritage, outdoor recreation, scenic getaways and family fun. All venues are served with down-home Hoosier hospitality.
The West Baden Springs National Historic Landmark - West Baden. Built in 1902, this lavishly restored six-story domed atrium hotel was the world's largest clear-span dome until the construction of modern day arenas.
T.C. Steele Historic Site - Nashville. In the early 1900s, legendary artist T.C. Steele and other award-winning impressionist artists were among the first to discover this artists' haven. Visit his home studio and gardens tucked away amidst the picturesque rolling hills of Brown County.
Ernie Pyle Historic Site - Dana. Birthplace of Ernie Pyle - Includes exhibits and memorabilia from the world-renowned World War II photo journalist.
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis. The world's largest children's museum features 10 interactive galleries, special exhibits, an awesome planetarium and the Dinosphere — opening June 11, 2004
. A must-see for all ages!
NCAA Hall of Champions - Indianapolis. This massive state-of-the-art complex is national headquarters to the National Collegiate Athletic Association and features four presentation theaters and a video wall covered with 144 monitors, as well as interactive displays and gift shop.
James Dean Memorial Gallery - Fairmont. Features the world's largest collection of Dean memorabilia on display!
Studebaker National Museum, Inc. - South Bend. Spans over 100 years of automotive history and features a hands-on science center for children.
Indiana Dunes State Park
Strong winds from the north and west have sculptured a nationally famous dunescape along the Indiana shore of Lake Michigan. It is fortunate that a significant part of this geological phenomenon still remains in the Indiana Dunes State Park. Dunes Nature Preserve protects the best natural features of the park.
As you walk inland from the water’s edge the first evidence of Nature’s control of shifting sands can be found where the base of the dunes meets the more level lakeshore. Beach grass, with its spreading underground root system, establishes little islands of cover in the wind-blown sand. Here and there small mats of bearberry (kinnikinnick), a procumbent evergreen shrub, add stability to the soil. With increases in elevation, sumac, sand cherry, cottonwood, and prostrate juniper gradually take over. There are also a few isolated stands of jack pine on these lakeward slopes.
Indiana Dunes State Park
1600 North 25
East, Chesterton, IN 46304