Falls of the Ohio State Park Located in Clarksville, IN near the Louisville, KY metropolitan area on the Ohio River. The “Falls” was originally a series of rapids that allowed the Ohio River to drop 26 feet in 2 ˝ miles but today much of the falls have been flooded by a dam. The 390-million-year-old fossil beds found in the park are the largest, naturally exposed, Devonian fossil beds in the world. The interpretive center overlooks the fossil beds and is open year round. August through the middle of November are usually the best time to view the fossil beds because the river is at its lowest level. Fishing, hiking, bird watching and picnicking are other activities available in the park.
Lincoln Amphitheatre - Enjoy 'Young Abe Lincoln' musical outdoor drama while you experience the same beauty that surrounded Abraham Lincoln as he grew to manhood in Southern Indiana. Through the deaths of his mother and sister and his first brush with slavery, you’ll see how Abraham'’s youth in Indiana helped make him one of our nation’s greatest Presidents.
Hayswood Theatre - Come and share Hayswood Theatre's passion for live theatre. Many performances throughout the season of all your favorite classics.
Atlantis Water Park - Atlantis has been found in Clarksville and it's a real SPLASH! Features Tsunami Sea, a large exhilarating wave pool; Mount Olympus, a 43' towering maze of water slides; and King Neptune's Cove, a perfectly sized water space for the smaller water tikes.
Golf Shores Fun Center - Corydon's hot spot for miniature golf, video arcades, party rooms and more! Two exciting 18-hole courses, one outdoor and one indoor provide challenging and entertaining miniature golf adventures for all ages.
Angel Mounds - Nationally recognized as one of the best preserved prehistoric Native American sites in the United States. From 1100 to 1450 A. D., a town on this site was home to people of the Middle Mississippian culture, who engaged in hunting and farming on the rich bottom lands of the Ohio River.
French Lick Scenic Railway - Fascinating railroad equipment are on display, including a caboose, and several diesel and steam locomotives. Souvenirs and railroad memorabilia are available in the station's gift shop as well as refreshments... including the ever-popular Snack Bar Car that runs with every train.
Dubois County Museum - Get a feel for what the settlers of this area would have endured in the early 1800's. Learn of their trying times during the wars and how it shaped local families and the economy, and appreciate the hard work that turned Dubois County's natural resources into thriving industries and farmland.
Indiana Baseball Hall of Fame - The first inductions were in July 1979, and as of 2009 there are currently 149 inductees in the hall of fame in four categories, pro-player, coach-manager (high school, college, pro), contributor and veteran.
Squire Boone Caverns - Glimpse millions of years in one moment as you gaze at dazzling cave formations and underground waterfalls. The same caverns discovered by Squire and Daniel Boone two centuries ago are now accessible via lighted walkways. Guided tours let you observe earth's secrets deep below the surface.
Derby Dinner Playhouse - A round dinner theater with 500 seats available to the public, the Derby Dinner Playhouse features wonderful Broadway musicals plus outstanding food.
Center Stage Community Theatre - Producing high quality theatrical performances for years. Four plays a year to delight the whole family.
Holiday World & Splashin' Safari - Offers world-class rides, a sparkling clean water park and fabulous live shows.
Fuzzy's - Southern Indiana's destination for family fun and entertainment. Fuzzy's has mini golf, Go Karts, Arcade and Batting Cages.
Evansville Museum of Arts & Sciences - One of Southwestern Indiana's most established and significant cultural centers, the Evansville Museum encourages you to view its lively world inside permanent and changing galleries. The Evansville Museum serves the tri-state area of Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky by offering exhibitions, events and educational programs in Art, History and Science.
Children's Museum of Evansville - A museum for children and their families that promotes learning, playing, and experiencing in an environment that is interactive, varied, welcoming and accessible.
Museum of Huntingburg - Learn about the rich history of this fascinating history. From pioneering the first generation of automobiles, to hosting major film productions, the intriguing tales will surprise and delight you.
Howard Steamboat Museum - The museum preserves the Howard family story, their mansion and the history of their shipyards and to foster an appreciation of the development of river steamboats and commerce along inland rivers.
Santa Claus Museum - Once you enter the doors of the museum you will instantly be brought back in time as you wind your way through a variety of memorabilia, photos and articles that preserve, interpret, and exhibit the cultural and natural history of the town of Santa Claus and to perpetuate the tradition of Santa's Elves, Inc answering letters to Santa.
Swonder Ice Arena - A great place for Public Iceskating. Affordable rates and lasting memories. Also features an indoor/outdoor skate park and fitness center.
Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden - Situated on 50-scenic acres of rolling hills on Evansville's northwest side, this Zoo is home to over 700 animals from around the globe.
Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve - You are invited to enjoy the aesthetic value of this quiet natural refuge and to learn more about Indiana history and the preservation of these woods.
Carnegie Center for Art & History - A local history museum and contemporary art gallery. The Center offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy art works in a variety of media and to learn more about the process of creative expression through a range of exhibitions and programs for all ages.