5 Hidden Gems In Indiana

Jun 19, 2022 (0) comment , ,

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Indiana is a state located in the Midwest region of the United States. It is the 38th largest U.S. state in terms of total area. The name “Indiana” derives from the word “Indianapolis”, the capital city of Indiana. Indianapolis is named after the tribe of Indians who lived in the area before European settlement.

Indiana is bordered by Michigan to the north and east, Illinois to the west, Kentucky to the south, and Ohio to the east. The geography of Indiana varies from dense forests in the north to rolling hills and farmland in the central part of the state, to flatlands and wetlands in the south.

There are many attractions that this state has to offer. One of the most popular is the Children’s Museum that’s located in Indianapolis. It is the biggest in the world. However, apart from that, there are still other notable yet not so famous places to visit and explore in Indiana. Let’s get to know them below:

Bluespring Caverns, Bedford

This place is known for its Blue Springs that flow through the caverns and for being the longest cave system in Indiana. You can go on a boat ride inside the caves to see the different rock formations as well as the wildlife that lives there. There are also hiking trails if you want to explore the area more.

The Falls of the Ohio, Clarksville

The Falls of Ohio is a series of rapids on the Ohio River. It’s a great place for picnics, fishing, or just to enjoy the view. You can also take a walk on the path that leads to an observation deck where you can get a good view of the river and the falls.

New Harmony Labyrinth, New Harmony

The New Harmony Labyrinth is a walking maze that is located on the grounds of a former utopian community. It’s a great place to relax and clear your mind. The labyrinth is open to the public and there is no charge to walk it.

Mooresville’s Gravity Hill, Mooresville

This Gravity Hill is located on a country road in Mooresville. It’s said that if you stop your car at the bottom of the hill and put it in neutral, it will roll uphill. Many people have reported this happening to them.

Buckley Homestead, Liberty

The Buckley Homestead is a working farm that was built in the early 1800s. You can take a tour of the farmhouse and see how life was back then. You can also visit the animals, go on a hayride, or pick your own fruits and vegetables (in season).

Run by retired sisters Linda and Joanne Linda Norris, N-State is a driving and travel blog which details their 5 year journey to visit each and every one of the 50 states in the US (including Alaska and Hawaii of course). Not satisfied to just visit the tourist destinations, the Knight sisters take pains to visit the out-of-the-way places in each and every state.

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