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Road trip to Roann
Its picturesque setting on the Eel River in Wabash County makes Roann a favorite of tourists and artists. With a tree-lined downtown, a restored covered bridge, and a historic mill, the small town could hardly be more quaint.

The 1855 Stockdale Mill presents a charming image of nineteenth-century Indiana.
Century of Progress
On October 17 and 19, join Indiana Landmarks for tours and activities celebrating the history and rescue of Beverly Shores’ remarkable Century of Progress homes.

A beachside party on October 17 benefits Indiana Landmarks' rescue of the House of Tomorrow, the only Century of Progress home that remains unrestored.
Wine Down on the Farm
On September 18, join Indiana Landmarks at our Huddleston Farmhouse for an event that blends art, a locally sourced harvest spread, and the story of the Richmond Group -- one of Indiana’s first art colonies.

During Wine Down on the Farm, artists from the modern-day Richmond collective will be on the grounds, painting en plein air.
10 Most Endangered save!
Thanks to collaboration involving more than half a dozen partners, the Peters-Margedant house – one of Indiana’s 10 Most Endangered landmarks – will remain in Evansville.

The diminutive 1935 house in Evansville may rank as the first Usonian house in the nation, pre-dating even Frank Lloyd Wright’s inaugural Usonian house, built in 1937.


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Studebaker Driving Tour

Studebaker driving tour

Immerse yourself in South Bend's Studebaker auto heritage on our September 27 driving tour.


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Roann Covered Bridge

Explore Roann

With a tree-lined downtown, a restored covered bridge, and a historic mill, the small town of Roann could hardly be more quaint.


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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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