Indiana Landmarks News

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Logs to Lustrons Tour, Indiana Dunes
Events

On May 3 and 4, our annual Logs to Lustrons talk and tour highlight more than a century of history and architecture in the newly designated Indiana Dunes National Park.

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Rising Sun riverfront
Events, Hidden Gems

Located on the Ohio River Scenic Byway and the Indiana Wine Trail, tiny Rising Sun in southeast Indiana has become a growing destination — and the navy bean capital of Indiana.

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Wine Down on the Farm, Huddleston Farmhouse
Events, News

Join us on September 21 for the seventh annual Wine Down on the Farm! at the Huddleston Farmhouse, celebrating local heritage, food, wine and art.

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Putnam County vacant barn
Events, News, Tours

Our BARN AGAIN! workshop in Greencastle on October 6 offers expert advice on preserving and adapting historic barns for continued use.

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Roann Covered Bridge
Events, Hidden Gems, News

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.

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Downtown Vevay, Swiss Wine Festival
Events, Hidden Gems

Switzerland County’s wine-making heritage dates back more than 200 years, a local tradition the community celebrates each summer during the Swiss Wine Festival in Vevay.

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Musee de Venoge
Events, Hidden Gems, Tours

From fire-fodder to restored rarity, Vevay’s Musee De Venoge tells a story worth learning. Enjoy an 1815-style Fourth of July celebration at the living history museum, June 30 and July 1.

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322-326 South Washington Street.
Events, News

A downtown loft tour on June 16 highlights the success in using preservation as an economic development tool in downtown Marion.

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Indiana Landmarks Treasure Hunt North, South Bend
Events, News

Hunt for treasure, or be a vendor, when Indiana Landmarks brings Treasure Hunt North back to South Bend on July 21. You’ll find booths of antiques, collectibles and architectural salvage in a festival atmosphere throughout the West Washington National Register District.

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