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Long Center for the Performing Arts - A non-profit organization, which helps to bring cultural enrichment into the Lafayette community. This restored theater seats 1200 and hosts many community events.

Purdue Convocations - The mission of Purdue Convocations is to connect artists and audiences through entertaining and educational professional arts programs.

Community Theatre of Terre Haute - The mission of Community Theatre of Terre Haute is to entertain, educate, and enrich the community through dramatic arts.

Indiana Beach Amusement Resort‎ - Located on Lake Shafer, Indiana Beach offers the perfect family vacation or day's outing with amusements, thrill rides, live shows, a giant water park, swimming, shopping, boating, games, restaurants, dancing, and more.

Imagination Station - Opened in 1996, the Imagination Station is the result of the combined efforts of hundreds of committed volunteers and donors. Through their continued generosity, the Imagination Station brings space, science, engineering, and technology to life for kids of all ages. A great way for families to learn science by doing science, and to have loads of fun at the same time!

Art Museum of Greater Lafayette - The collection of the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette focuses on 19th and 20th century American art, especially that of Indiana.

CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center - Dedicated to the Mengele twins who survived the horrible experiments of Dr. Mengele. Shedding light on the effects of hatred and prejudice through the continued efforts of the survivors, family members, and community.

Rotary Jail Museum and Tannenbaum Cultural Center - One of only seven known prisons of its kind ever built in the United States. By rotating a mechanism on which a two-tiered turntable pivoted, a jailer could bring one of 16 pie-shaped cells to the opening, allowing a prisoner in or out.

Hodges Canoe Trips - Come Explore the Beautiful Tippecanoe River with Hodges Canoe Trips! The river's amazingly clear waters and scenery make for an enjoyable trip. With the waters so clean, fishing is great and the fish are edible.

Civic Theatre of Greater Lafayette - For more than 60 years, Civic Theatre has been part of Lafayette's social life. It has grown and thrived entirely through the efforts of those hundreds and hundreds of people who generously have given their time and talents.

The Purdue Theatre - Every play brings to the stage the collective work of a community of individuals toward the realization of a dramatic work that illuminates a playwright's vision and sheds light on our world.

Sugar Creek Players Vanity Theatre - Wabash College was the site of the premier appearance of the Sugar Creek Players. Formed by a group of community members who wanted to revive live, local theater, the Sugar Creek Players debuted "You Can't Take It With You" in the summer of 1971.

The Farm at Prophetstown - Located in Battle Ground, Historic Prophetstown is a unique experience. Discover the Native American Settlement and the Farmstead, where valuable lessons are uncovered about agriculture and horse powered farming.

General Lew Wallace Study and Museum - Located in the private study of Major General Lew Wallace, the author of Ben-Hur. The museum contains items collected by General Wallace during his life as an author, soldier, statesman, artist, violinist and inventor.

Eugene V Debs Museum - Keeping alive the spirit of progressivism, humanitarianism, and social criticism epitomized by Debs. Eugene Victor Debs was a Political Activist, Union Leader, and worked for Social Justice.

Swope Art Museum - Known throughout the world for its extraordinary collection of over 2,000 works of American art including 19th and 20th century paintings, sculptures, and works on paper.

Ropkey Armor Museum - This is a place where the harmony of man, machine, and emotion can be found over a 50 acre site known as the Ropkey Armor Museum. The museum is a great destination/location for car clubs, veteran's reunion groups, educational tours, and other civic organizations.

Wolf Park - Home to several packs of gray wolves, plus foxes, bison and a coyote. It is dedicated to education, research, and conservation.

Terre Haute Children's Museum - A hands on museum featuring displays such as the space simulator, make believe TV studio, music area and other scientific exhibits.

Columbian Park Zoo - Home to over 190 animals representing 79 different species. The zoo offers a variety of education programs throughout the year, inspiring an appreciation for the world's wildlife.