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  • This historic structure located in Washington Park is a Works Progress Administration project from the 1930s. The stone lookout tower was designed by Fred Ahlgrim in an Art Deco style and can be acc...
  • This historic structure of 1866 is located close to the shores of Lake Michigan. It is the oldest residence in the Elston Grove Historic District, creating a unique old world setting in the neighbor...
  • Michigan City`s lights were lit on June 23, 1835 when Isaac C. Elston, the city`s founder, deeded a tract of his land on Lake Michigan`s shore to the U.S. Government for the Lighthouse to aid naviga...
  • The Barker Mansion is an awesome and striking large home that is placed on the National Register of Historic Places. It has been beautifully maintained and still has some of the original furnishings...
  • The War Memorial Plaza in downtown dominates a five-block picturesque setting, attracting tourists by its extensive magnetism. All of 210 feet above street level, this mausoleum-style limestone and ...
  • This area is where immigrants built their homes and is the oldest residential neighborhood in downtown Indianapolis. The district includes fine examples of vernacular cottages as well as high-style ...
  • This gem of a historical site can be visited completely free of charge. The home is a stellar example of style, craftsmanship and taste and a must see for all history buffs. Formally known as the Vi...
  • This is the historic 1875 Italianate Victorian home of the 23 rd U.S. President of the United States. This three story Italianate mansion features Victorian furnishings including many original Harri...
  • Built on 2,000 acres of land by Steele for his second wife, Selma in the year 1907, the T.C. Steele State Historic house is today an official historic site of Indiana, conveniently located in Brown ...
  • Wylie House Museum is one of the best historical spots in Bloomington, at 317 East Second Street, Indiana. Founded in 1835 as the home of Andrew Wylie (the first president of Indiana University), th...
  • Monroe County Historical Museum is a major historic attraction, housed within the historic Carnegie Library at 202 East 6th Street, Bloomington, IN 47408-3518, United States. Operated by the Monroe ...
  • The Anderson Historical and Cultural Preservation Commission established in the early 1980s is committed to preserve, promote, and develop the historical and cultural resources of Anderson. St. Mary...
  • The celebrated attractions of the West Eighth Street Historic District in Anderson located near the downtown streets of 7th, 8th, and 9th are roughly bordered by Jackson Street on the east and Henry...
  • The Anderson Paramount Theatre is now known as Paramount Theatre Centre & Ballroom. It first opened in 1929 as part of the Publix Chain of theaters owned by Paramount Pictures. The theater was desig...
  • Mounds State Park in Anderson features this remarkable Native American heritage comprising of ten ceremonial mounds said to be built by the prehistoric Adena culture indigenous peoples of eastern No...
  • T.C. Steele, the painter inspired by the Nashville local scenery made the barn at his home site as a studio that displayed his paintings. The T.C. Steele State Historic Site was bequeathed to the st...
  • Located on Main and Van Buren Streets in Nashville this is a historic specialty store, that was posted to the National Register of Historic Places on December 22, 1983. In 1873 Frank Taggart built a...
  • Brown County formed in 1836 is named for Gen. Jacob Brown, who defeated the British at the Battle of Sackett`s Harbor in the War of 1812. In a community known for its rustic charm and down-home Indi...
  • The Ramp Creek Covered Bridge is at the north entrance of Brown County State Park in Indiana. Known as Brown County Bridge No. 36 that formerly carried Bond Cemetery Road over Salt Creek southwest o...
  • Robert Mable, who emigrated from Scotland purchased 300 acres in what became Cobb County. He along with his family lived in a log cabin until 1843 when he built a sawmill and the plantation plain ho...
  • Owned by the Center for History this is the oldest European structure in northern Indiana. Located in Leeper Park East, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The log structure wa...
  • This modest residence may have been home to a factory worker of the Oliver Chilled Plow Works. It is painted white and the house reflects the subtle, clean and fresh look prominent during the early ...
  • Built in 1896 this historic home named Copshaholm is a 38-room Romanesque Queen Anne house designed by New York architect Charles Alonzo Rich. Find amazing original furnishings on the three floors o...