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Spring Mill State Park

  • 3333 Hwy. 60 East
  • Mitchell, IN.  47446

SPRING MILL STATE PARK Visitors to the park enjoy its unique facilities. This includes the Grissom Memorial, a museum dedicated to Hoosier astronaut Virgil I. ‘Gus’ Grissom. The park is famous for the Pioneer Village with its working Grist Mill. Other facilities showcase activities centered on the region’s natural wonders, including Twin Caves and the …

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Bluespring Caverns Park

  • 1459 Blue Springs Cavern Road
  • Bedford, IN.  47421

BLUESPRING CAVERNS PARK At a cool 53 degrees year round and 100 feet below the surface of the earth, explore an underground river. Tour guides pilot custom-made boats along the subterranean river for over a mile, pointing out native rare Northern blind cave fish and blind crawfish. They explain the natural forces that are yet …

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Williams Covered Bridge

  • Hwy. 450 West & Huron Williams Road
  • Williams, IN.  47470

Indiana’s longest double span covered bridge, open to foot traffic only, spans the East Fork of White River. Built by Joseph J. Daniels in 1884 and named for the nearby town of Williams. It is a Howe Truss Design, a length of 402′ including 13′ overhangs and it is on the National Register of Historic Places. …

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The Mitchell Opera House

  • 217 N 7th St.
  • Mitchell, IN.  47446

MITCHELL OPERA HOUSE Originally built in 1906 and completely restored in 2015, the historic Mitchell Opera House enjoys a rich tradition of community events, film screenings and live music entertainment. Recalling the days when the Monon Line connected with the B&O Railroad, the Opera House now serves as a permanent hub for the arts in …

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Lawrence County Museum of History

  • 929 15th Street
  • Bedford, IN.  47421

This special museum resides in a 100-year-old limestone building and holds exhibits and artifacts precious to Lawrence County history. Inside the 2,400 sq. ft. gallery, you will see limestone exhibits and artifacts with carvings from local artisans, as well as, a wide array of memorabilia and historical lore from the region. ENTRY IS FREE Donations …

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