Indiana! The name Indiana denotes for ‘The land of Indians’.
You might be wondering that in reality, there are fewer than 8,000 native Americans actually reside there! So, don’t confuse with India and Indiana like I was, haha!
The brown country of the world, Indiana. I was in Indiana last month with my friends. What a dazzling place! That was the awesome trip in my life.
The food, the weather, the environment, people and that spirits were simply amazing.
Spirits! Are you scared? Haha, I don’t know about you, but I am always fond of mysterious places. I love to go haunted places with some historical evidence.
When I discussed with my friends about this idea, the only place came in our mind was Indiana. Then we found the best things to do in Indiana? So in next three days, we were in Indiana.
I guess you are getting crazy to hear about the place Indiana. You should be!
Because if you are interested in mysterious places, then you must visit in Indiana.
Here’s not an ending! This was just a beginning. Your mind will speak loudly that I want to go Indiana after my experience.
So, come on! What are you waiting for?
Are you Dying to Know about Indiana?
Indiana is the 38th largest by area and the 16th most populous of the 50 United States. It is located in the midwestern great lakes region of North America.
Indiana has several metropolitan areas with the population greater than 100,000 and numbers of smaller industries, cities and towns. Indiana was admitted to the United States as the 19th U.S state on Dec 11, 1816.
Fast and Furious!
I don’t know about you but I love speed. If you are interested in sports, then you are at the right place Indiana is home to several major sports team and athletic events including:
NFL’s Indianapolis Colts
Indianapolis Colts are an American football team based in Indianapolis. The Colts compete in the NFL’s that is National football league as a member club of the league’s American football conference South division.
NBA’s Indiana Pacers
The National Basketball Association is the major men’s professional basketball league in North America. It has 30 teams, 29 in U.S and one in Canada. The Indiana pacers compete in the NBA as a member club of league’s eastern conference central division.
NBA’s Indiana Fever
The Indiana fever is a professional basketball team based in Indianapolis, Indiana playing in the estate conference in Women National Basketball Association.
This is an automobile race held annually at Indianapolis motor speedway in Indiana.
Brickyard 400 Motorsports Races
The Brickyard 400 is an annual 400-miles monster car energy cup series points race held at Indianapolis motor speedway in Indiana.
Are you curious to know about the best things to do in Indiana?
Wanna do Boating and Fishing?
Then join me on Winona lake Indiana. If you want to see a handful of shops and gallery, then you must visit in this park. There are a lot of picnic spots and lakes there to enjoy. And you can do boating and fishing there.
Yes, I am talking about the falls of the Ohio state park. Strange Wildlife has a habit of showing up in the park. Living crocodiles have also seen in the park. The exposed fossil is the main feature of the park. The park is the part of falls of the Ohio National Wildlife Conservation Area.
Yummmm! Food in Bloomington
There is no lack of terrific restaurants if you find yourself in Bloomington for an arts and sporting events. The city regularly wins the kudos for its food scene. Bloomington’s fourth street area offers an abundance of ethnic restaurant.
American Christmas Hometown
Santa Claus is a hometown in Indiana. It is centrally located in the heartland. There are many museums with historic sites and there are many water and theme park where you can enjoy to the fullest. Because of its popular name, the post office receives thousands of posts from Santa Claus.
A World of Casino
French Lick is a resort complex in the central United States includes two historic resort spa hotels, stables, a casino, a three golf course.
White river! Conner Prairie
Conner prairie is an interactive historic park in fishers, Indiana which is listed as the National Historic park on White river. White river is the two-forked river that flows through the Southern and Western Indiana. Indiana capital’s Indianapolis is located on the White river.
True heart of Indianapolis
It is Soldiers and sailors monument that is built on the monument circle. It is the largest outdoor monument in Indiana. The monument has become an iconic symbol of Indianapolis. A yearly a lot of events occur around the monument circle.
The greatest spectacle in racing Indy 500
Indianapolis 500 is an automobile race held annually at Indianapolis motor speedway in speedway, Indiana. This is called as the indy car racing and the name of the race is often shortened to Indy 500.
Art is not a hobby it is a way of Life
Welcome to brown county arts! Studios filled with pottery, glass, leather and more dot the Arts Village. Fine art galleries provide the opportunity to indulge in the works of artists past and present. You’ll find musicians gathering and perform at coffee shops, breweries, restaurants and wineries.
Journey that makes the Memorable
You’ll travel in beautifully restored passenger cars in climate-conditioned comfort as the lush, unspoiled Indiana landscape unwinds before you. Whether your pleasure is to enjoy the Express from Jasper to fabulous French Lick, to Dine & Ride, or to enjoy the fire of the autumn leaves on a Fall Foliage Ride & Dine, your experience will be unforgettable.
Wanna travel through Heart of the park
The river itself is the heart of the turkey run state park. There are many old growth trees in the park. The shadows of the sandstone cliffs, peaceful hemlock groves. There is a sandstone gorge represents the 300 to 600 millions years of nature handcraft. Deep trees will snatch your heart.
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis
This is the world’s largest museum. Its collection of over 120,000 artifacts and exhibit items are available. The museum focuses on family learning and allowing children and families to actively participate.
Gripping facts about Indiana!
- Coca-cola, heard about this? Remember bottle’s design! Terre Haute, a person from indiana responsible for it.
- Indiana had theme parks long before you ever opened up Disneyland in California.
- Schools went public First here in Indiana.
- The first train robbery ever in history done in indiana by gang reno brothers on October 6, 1866.
- The very first goldfish farm actually existed in Martinsville, Indiana.
- Syvanus F.Bower from Indiana was the inventor of the world’s first real gasoline pump.
- The king of pop, Jackson 5, the siblings with their stepping and soulful voices found their beginnings in the small town of Gary, Indiana.
- Who’s your favorite cartoon? Mine is Cat Garfield found his first home in indiana. His creator, Jim Davis, was actually from Marion, Indiana.
- 90% of world’s popcorns mainly comes from Indiana.
- Indiana is not a land of Indians!
- Baseball was practically born in Indiana.
- The north pole actually doesn’t get any letters for santa claus, believe it or no, Indiana does.
Haunted places in Nashville that gonna chill your spine!
If you are a fan of scary stories, then you need to pull up a seat. Curious? Take a peek! Here are some of the most haunted places in Nashville.
- Union Station Hotel
A young woman is rumored to haunt the united state hotel. She is said to have thrown herself on the tracks.
- Two rivers Mansion
No one really knows why two rivers are haunted. There are lights turning on and off in the windows, ghostly footsteps and freezing bouts of cold water.
- Gaylord Opryland resort
The black lady haunts the resort. She dresses in a large black dress and said to watch guests as they wander the property.
- Ryman Auditorium
Haunted by the man in the balcony. Some say they see a shadowy figure during rehearsals.
- The Hermitage
Visitors say they see a shadowy figure dressed in period clothing wandering the halls of the former president’s home.
I Am Ending My Horror Voyage Here!
Fill your life with adventures, not things. I mean don’t feel scary by reading my journey. I love adventure and scary places. I guess, now you too!
If you want to enjoy best things to do in Indiana, you must visit there.
Because, road trips aren’t measured by mile markers but by moments!