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Historic Sites

Angel Mounds
One of the best preserved Native American sites in North America. For information call: (812) 853-3956

Colonel William Jones
This federal-style farmhouse of William Jones, merchant, politician, and Civil War Colonel. For information call: (812) 937-2802

Gene Stratton-Porter
The Rome City home of Indiana's most widely read female author. Located on the banks of Sylvan Lake. For information call: (219)854-3790

Levi Coffin
A stop on the Underground Railroad for escaped slaves in the 1800s. For information call: (765) 847-2432

Mansfield Roller Mill
The water-powered mill which contains most of the original 1870s equipment. For information call: (765) 344-0741

Pigeon Roost
A monument in memory of settlers who died in a battle on Sept. 3, 1812. For information call: (812) 265-3526

T.C. Steel
The home, studio, and property of T.C. Steele, impressionist artist and member of the Hoosier Group. For information call: (812) 988-2785

Tourist Attractions

Holiday World
No place has more family fun and excitement than Holiday World and Splashin' Safari! Monsoon Lagoon has twelve levels of hands-on interactive fun for the whole family, you can spend hours exploring and experimenting with the interactive effects. Brave the rails of the Raven, it will hurl you at 60 miles per hour through a tunnel, over a lake, between trees and down a hillside on more than 1/2 mile of track. The Raven is one of the world's top-ranked wooden roller coasters. For information call: (800)467-2682

Grissom Air Museum
An outdoor display of vintage military aircraft and an aviation history museum. For information call: (765) 688-2654

Indiana State Museum
Four floors of exhibits on Indiana's natural and cultural history. For information call: (317) 232-1637

A variety of locations and buildings interpreting the rich heritage of Vincennes, Indiana's oldest city. For information call: (812) 882-7422

Whitewater Canal
See the nation's only working covered aqueduct, ride the Ben Franklin III and watch the grist mill grind flour for sale. For information call: (765) 647-6512