Believe it or not, time travel is possible in Indiana. From Madison to Fort Wayne and Kokomo to Muncie, magnificent mansions across the Hoosier state transport thousands of visitors each year to the 19th century, giving glimpses into the lives of the rich and famous who once occupied these palatial dwellings.
The Shrine is an interactive, multimedia, “Prayer Trail” that depicts the last days of Jesus Christ’s life on earth. 40 life size bronze sculptures, each an exquisite work of art, line the winding half mile path.
Indiana’s proud African-American heritage stretches back to the early 1800s. Today, the state proudly commemorates National Black History Month in February with a diverse lineup of attractions, events and celebrations taking place all throughout the state.
Perched along the banks of the Ohio River, the two charming southern Indiana towns of Jeffersonville and New Albany offer visitors the best of both worlds – easy access to the big city (Louisville) with the pace and appeal of small-town life.
1105 N Jackson St., Greencastle, IN 46135 OFFICE: 765.653.8419 EMAIL: [email protected] The mission of the Putnam County Museum is to collect, preserve, and interpret the natural, historical and cultural heritage of the…