Visit Indiana Week

What are some of your favorite things about Indiana? Maybe you love a state park that preserves history? Do you look forward to a local wine made from grapes grown on the rolling hills of southern Indiana? Or, is a home-cooked meal from your favorite locally owned restaurant what you look forward to most?

If these sound like some of your favorite things, get ready to celebrate.

Visit Indiana Week is here!  

Throughout the week of May 6 – 12, 2018, find special deals and discounts at area businesses.

Whether you’re a local, or just passing through, don’t miss these specials during Visit Indiana Week:

State Parks Sunday

Kick off Visit Indiana with free admission to all state parks! Visit Lincoln Bicentennial Plaza, Lake Lincoln, and more inside Lincoln State Park on Sunday, May 6, 2018.

Museum Monday 

With period cabins and hundreds of artifacts, the Lincoln Pioneer Village & Museum will transport you back in time. On Museum Monday, May 7, 2018, get BOGO admission to the Lincoln Pioneer Village & Museum.  

Tastings Tuesday 

Indiana is home to a growing wine industry. Our very own Monkey Hollow Winery and Distillery will be offering 10% off of any three-bottle purchase on Tuesday, May 8, 2018.

Wild Wednesday 

The Living Historical Farm inside Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial is home to horses, cows, chickens, and sheep. A baby lamb was just born last week! Head to the farm for Wild Wednesday on May 9, 2018. 

Throwback Thursday 

This week, there are two opportunities for you to get BOGO admission to the Lincoln Pioneer Village & Museum! Visit again on Thursday, May 10, 2018, for buy one, get one free admission.

Foodie Friday 

Top off Visit Indiana week with a delicious meal at St. Nick’s Restaurant. Enjoy 10% off your entire food purchase on Foodie Friday, May 11, 2018. 

Find all special discounts on the Visit Indiana website.  

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