Indiana is the heart of the Midwest, the Crossroads of America. From South Bend up north, down to Evansville in southern Indiana, the landscape is varied and the people are hospitable. The terrain varies greatly from the sandy beaches of Lake Michigan and the Indiana Dunes to the rolling hills in southern Indiana and the lush farmland in between. Between those borders lie areas both urban and rural, with plenty to do from amusement parks and hiking to wine trails and nightlife. Other tourists have had the opportunity to vote and Fort Wayne won the top two sports for “Best Summer Gotta-Dos with the Children’s Zoo and the TinCaps Baseball at Parkview Field. Another winning destination for kids of all ages is the World’s Largest Children’s Museum with a brand new 7.5 acre indoor and outdoor Sports Legends Experience.
As the seasons get ready to change, Downtown Indianapolis welcomes numerous fall performances. Check out The Cabaret’s new home and see Shoshana Bean Sept. 28 & 29. The Indiana Repertory Theatre has Holmes & Watson starting Sept. 25. For more people to see in other areas of Indiana, >CLICK HERE.