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Deep River Waterpark - Offers exciting rides and entertainment for the whole family. Rides include exciting waterslides, a wave pool, and a lazy river.

Amish Acres Historic Farm & Heritage Resort - Explore the historic eighty acre farm and experience the lifestyle of the Amish through guided tours, horse drawn buggy rides, farm animals, restaurants, live musical theatre, craft demonstrations, quaint shops and more.

HealthWorks! Kids Museum - The facility is a 12,000 sq. foot education center dedicated to teaching children. Within HealthWorks! are two state-of-the-art classrooms, many interactive exhibits and activities, a theater that takes viewers inside the human brain, and a resource room with health materials available for borrowing.

College Football Hall of Fame - Designed to put you in the middle of all the action. From your first step onto Gridiron Plaza, to the moment you exit through the unique gift shop, you'll see the sport from every possible angle.

Hannah Lindahl Children's Museum - Step inside and you'll step back in time to a world your grandparents - even your great-grandparents - knew. You'll also get a close look at the wonderful world of nature, a taste of life in Japan, and the excitement in the Survive Alive fire safety training house. Every exhibit presents something fascinating to see!

Great Lakes Museum of Military History - The purpose of The Great Lakes Museum of Military History is to educate people about the military heritage of this and other nations as well as to preserve, restore and display military memorabilia from the Revolutionary War to the present.

South Bend Museum of Art - The mission of the Museum is to preserve the power of art to secure us, challenge us and change us. The Museum interprets and cares for works of art through its exhibition, education and collecting programs.

Morris Performing Arts Center - Home of the Broadway Theatre League, the South Bend Symphony Orchestra, and the Southold Dance Theater.

Rapid Raceway - Race down indoor and outdoor go kart tracks. 300 foot indoor banked oval, 1200 foot outdoor road course, batting cages, arcade, and picnic area.

Center for History - If you're looking for a magnificent historic site that showcases an elegant Victorian mansion, a charming cottage reflecting the 1930s, Voyages Gallery, which chronicles local history; and kids first Children's Museum, an interactive gallery plus compelling exhibitions, that place is the Northern Indiana Center for History.

Fulton County Museum - The museum feature the Barnhart Gallery which offers special exhibits, a reference room, seventeen display rooms of Fulton County living, the round barn museum, and a gift shop which sells books, Indian crafts, jewelry, pottery, paper dolls, and old-time toys.

Studebaker National Museum - Studebaker was the only company to span the time from settlers' wagons to high performance automobiles. View 114 years of automotive history, from the Studebaker family's Conestoga Wagon to the last car to roll off the assembly line.

Menno-Hof Mennonite Visitors Center - Menno-Hof's multi-image presentations, historical environments and colorful displays take you on a fascinating journey inside the unique world of the Mennonites and Amish.

RV/MH Hall of Fame - Displays trailers, photos, and memorabilia reaching back to the 1920's and 1930's and is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The museum presents chronological an technological advancements in the industry from before WW I to the present.

Potawatomi Wildlife Park - A 200-acre complex that consists of fields, woodlands, ponds, and wetlands and is bordered by the Tippecanoe River. The Park is managed as a natural sanctuary for plants and animals of northern Indiana and provides educational activities for schools in the area, as well as a site for recreational activities, such as hiking or birdwatching.

Washington Park Zoo - More than 100 species and 250 animals in a unique zoo set near the southern shore of beautiful Lake Michigan. Master Gardeners tend the extensive gardens, and zookeepers are on hand to provide education about the animals and the zoo's efforts at conservation and preservation.

Lubeznik Center for the Arts - A leading cultural force in the region through exhibitions and other artistic programs, community outreach, and education in the arts.