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Marshmallows and murals
Take a ride north to Ligonier over Labor Day weekend for the city's annual Marshmallow Festival. But there’s much more to Ligonier than fond marshmallow remembrances.

A revitalization campaign begun in 2007 organized private funding to spruce up the downtown with a series of murals depicting the area’s history.
Washington dream house
Our Landmark Look on September 6 offers an exclusive look inside Daviess County's extraordinary Kelly-Graham House.

Marshall Field of Chicago designed the interior predominantly in the Jacobethan style.
Exclusive views
On September 4, join us for an exclusive view of LaPorte’s Scott-Rumely House at our first “Landmark Look,” a new program offering opportunities to see historic sites not normally open to the public.

Emmet Scott built the grand 1901 Classical Revival house, which Indiana Landmarks offers for sale.


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Tours & Events

Christian Theological Seminary, Indianapolis

Celebrating a modern masterpiece

On September 9, a tour, reception, and program explore the modernist provenance of Christian Theological Seminary's architecture and landscape.


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Hidden Gems Blog

Ligonier Kidd Co. Marshmallow mural

History is sweet

For many years, Ligonier styled itself “The Marshmallow Capital of the World” when Kidd & Company, the second-largest producer of the spongy treat, was based in Ligonier.


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Indiana Landmarks Center

Indiana Landmarks Center

Unique historic venue for weddings, receptions, events, corporate meetings & parties. Free parking.


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