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Greyhound turns black
When we removed the blue-enameled steel panels from Evansville’s Greyhound Station and sent them off for restoration, it left behind naked red brick that soon turned black. Cause for legitimate alarm? Fear not, the exterior panels will soon return.

The color comes from a membrane that acts as a vapor barrier and stabilizer for the deteriorated brick and mortar uncovered when the metal panels were removed for restoration.
Tales of the departed
The Tombstone Trail in Noble and DeKalb Counties won’t scare your pumpkin-patterned socks off, but it will give you the opportunity to learn about the lives of famous and infamous Hoosiers from a garden-of-souls perspective.

The tour is self-guided so you can take it anytime, but late October seems perfect.
National distinction
The Duck Creek aqueduct in Metamora recently earned designation as a National Historic Landmark, one of only 39 Hoosier sites to earn the status.

Built in 1846 as part of the Whitewater Canal, it is the only surviving historic covered wood aqueduct in the United States.
Landmark for sale

Largely un-changed since the late 1800s, the Rumpe House in Rising Sun is a fascinating time-capsule of nineteenth-century Indiana. And it’s for sale.

Indiana Landmarks rescued the Rumpe House in 2013 to save it from demolition.


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Silent Halloween at Indiana Landmarks Center

Frightful: Silent Halloween

See The Black Pirate in the Grand Hall at Indiana Landmarks Center on October 31, with spooky live organ accompaniment and adult beverages.


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Noble and DeKalb County Tombstone Trail

Tombstone Trail

The Tombstone Trail in Noble & DeKalb Counties teaches visitors more about cemetery residents’ lives than afterlives.


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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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