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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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Avriel Shull House, Nob Lane
Events, Modern Landmarks, News

Our annual Back to the Future Mid-Century Modern Home Tour returns for its eleventh year, this time spotlighting five house on Indianapolis’s north side. 

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Reitz Home Museum
Events, News

Evansville’s lineup of Historic Preservation Month activities includes a talk by Indiana Landmarks’ president Marsh Davis exploring high profile preservation projects in Evansville and beyond.

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Wurtz House, Madison
Events, News

On May 19, our Landmark Look in southern Indiana features two small historic houses that pack a mighty architectural punch.

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Events

The historic Kizer House and other landmarks in South Bend’s West Washington Historic District take center stage during a public tour and an open house for members of Indiana Landmarks.

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Propylaeum, Indianapolis
Events, News

On Friday, December 8, our annual Holiday Open House in Indianapolis features two striking properties in the Old Northside Historic District.

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