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Indiana holidays

At the centre of the Great Lakes region is the state of Indiana, nicknamed the ‘Crossroads of America’. Here, you really are in the heart of everything, with Lake Michigan to the north, the Ohio River marking the state border to the south and in-between, rugged hills, tranquil rivers, exciting cave networks, rich farmland, boutique wineries and breweries. This is Honest-to-Goodness Indiana.

At the centre of the state is Indianapolis, the state’s bustling capital city. From the top of the Soldiers & Sailors Monument, you’ll get a good idea where Indiana got its nickname. Jutting out from the Monument Circle 284 feet below, streets jut out in all directions like the spokes on a wheel. It’s said that Indianapolis is bisected by more highways than any other city, which also goes to explain the state’s love affair with the car. Of course, there’s nowhere better to see this in thrilling action than at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, home of the world famous annual Indy 500 car race.

If it’s speed you’re after then you’ll love Indiana’s motor museums like the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum or the Studebaker National Museum in South Bend, both exhibiting gleaming automobiles dating back to 1900. If you’d rather go at a slower pace, then why not try a gondola ride down Indianapolis’s attractive Central Canal, a leisurely drive down the Ohio River Scenic Byway or a visit to one of Indiana’s Amish communities in the north of the state.

In fact there’s plenty for outdoors enthusiasts to explore in Indiana, from the towering mountains of sand at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore along Lake Michigan to the stunning caves to the south of the state, like Squire Boone Caverns, discovered by pioneer Daniel Boone in 1790. Along the way, you can hike, bike, fish, canoe, golf and even ski. So which road will you take at the Crossroads of America?

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Come to Indianapolis for modern, exciting museums, a great program of concerts and festivals, America’s only cultural urban state park and of course, the Indy 500. You can find out more about this major motor racing event by visiting the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum, where you have the chance to take a spin around the track on a bus tour – at speeds of well under 100 mph.

State Parks

There are 24 state parks in Indiana, including the popular White River State Park in Indianapolis. Brown County in south-central Indiana is the largest and most visited with its forests and hilltop views at their most stunning during the autumn season. Also well-worth seeing is the stunning Indiana Dunes State Park on Lake Michigan and Spring Mill State Park which features an historic settler village and a network of caves that you can tour by boat.


Hoosiers (natives of Indiana) love their sport. Along with motor racing, basketball is also a state craze and its heritage goes back to the founding years of the sport. Indiana produces more NBA (National Basketball Association) players per capita than any other state in the county. You can see state team the Indiana Pacers in action at Bankers Life Fieldhouse arena or watch the Indianapolis Colts play their home American football games at the Lucas Oil Stadium. Both stadiums are in downtown Indianapolis.

High Spirits

With around 80 wineries in Indiana, you’ll have plenty of opportunity to sample local varieties while you’re exploring the state, with at least five different designated wine trails to help you join the dots on a wine tasting daytrip. Indiana is also experiencing a beer boom at the moment with almost 100 breweries now in operation and an annual Indiana Microbrewers Festival in July.

Underground Wonders

Southern Indiana’s limestone soil has resulted in some spectacular caverns, some of which were discovered by Native Americans thousands of years ago, but a few of which have only recently been opened to the public, like the Indiana Caverns which only opened in 2013. This cave, part of the Binkley Cave network, offers visitors the chance to discover previously unseen cathedral-like caverns and an array of limestone formations.

Fly Drive Holiday: Great Cities of the Great Lakes

Chicago – Green Bay – Marquette – Traverse City – Detroit – Toronto – Niagara Falls (Ontario) - Erie – Cleveland – Nappanee - Chicago

Starting out from Blues capital Chicago, enjoy a fly drive tour through the Great Lakes region, stopping in famous US cities and dipping briefly into Canada to visit Toronto and Niagara Falls.
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Time Difference:
GMT- 5/6 hours

Closest Airport:
Chicago O'Hare International Airport (approx. 8 hours and 10 minutes); Indianapolis International Airport (approx. 12 and 20 minutes - indirect).

Getting around:
In capital Indianapolis, there’s a good public transport network but if you want to get out and explore the state, car hire is available from £21 per day.

Insider Tip:
Declared the ‘best minor league Baseball experience the country’, a visit to Parkview Field to watch the Fort Wayne Tin Caps in action is a great way to spend an afternoon.

You’re going to need an ESTA:
For anyone travelling to the USA, the US authorities have imposed a requirement for passengers travelling under the Visa Waiver Programme (VWP), to register for Electronic Travel Authority. Just fill in the online application form which you can find at You will need to apply for entry via ESTA at least a minimum of 72 hours prior to travel.

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