Little Theatre of Bedford - A community theater. There are no paid staff members. All actors, stagehands, box office workers, directors, and musicians are volunteers. There's not a bad seat in the house!
Grouseland - An elegant Georgian home built in 1803 by William Henry Harrison when he was Governor of the Indiana Territory. A National Historic Landmark, the house was more than a residence. This magnificent building was the center of government for the Indiana Territory and also served as a fortress in times of unrest.
Lilly Library - Holdings include about 400,000 books, more than 100,000 pieces of sheet music, and more than 6.5 million manuscripts. The Library promotes a wide range of activities including exhibitions and special events such as poetry readings, musical performances and receptions, as well as lectures, tours, and class presentations.
Atterbury-Bakalar Air Museum - Dedicated to the memory of all military and civilian personnel who served in any capacity in the wars and conflicts from 1942 to 1970. It serves to recall events of WWII, The Korea, Cuban and Vietnam conflicts which touched many of our lives.
Bluespring Caverns Park - Over 20 miles of passages and is among the ten largest natural tunnels in the world and the two largest in the United States. The Park offers the 'Myst'ry River Voyage', a one hour tour by boat through the Caverns.
Kidscommons Children's Museum - Spend time in the Childhood Garden, enjoy a state-of-the-art computer lab in the Power Outlet, scamper up a 17-foot-tall climbing wall, or hang out in the bubble room, a favorite exhibit. Don't miss museum favorites ExploraHouse, home of the world famous giant toilet, and Kids on the Move, a healthy lifestyles exhibit.
Competition Racing - Indoor racing at Competition Racing is an upscale, adult entertainment facility, bringing the thrilling, high speed, precision racing of European-style karting to the area.
Mathers Museum of World Cultures - Want to take a trip around the world? Then check out the Mathers Museum of World Cultures, at Indiana University. The Museum has exhibits, events, and educational programs that give you a chance to learn more about objects from Australia to Zanzibar...
Indiana University Art Museum - Visitors to the museum's first floor gallery can trace the developments of Western art from early Christianity to the present day. The Ancient and Asian collections occupy the museum's second floor gallery. One of this country's finest collections of art from Africa, Oceania, and the Americas can be seen in the museum's third floor gallery.
WonderLab Museum of Science, Health and Technology - Get in 'touch' with science at WonderLab! The museum offers exciting hands-on exhibits, as well as demonstrations and make-and-take activities, for family fun and learning. Check the museum's web site for the latest information about special programs and events, summer science camps, and updates on the opening of the new museum. WonderLab is handicapped accessible.
Indiana Military Museum - The Museum exists to serve the citizens of the community, the state, and the nation with educational programming, archives, displays, and opportunities for intense research related to America's military history from the American Revolution to the present day.
Blue's Canoe Livery - Blue's Canoe Livery is an outdoor recreation center that provides canoe, kayak and raft trips on the beautiful Driftwood River flowing through central southern Indiana.
Red Wolf Sanctuary - The sanctuary currently is home to 12 wolves, 5 coyotes, a 'coydog' - which is part coyote and part dog - 3 mountain lions, 3 bobcats, 2 bears and a buffalo. There's also an assortment of birds of prey, such as eagles, hawks and owls.