Spring Break Adventure

Our office saw several travelers last week who stopped in Santa Claus, Indiana, en route to their spring break destinations. Sean popped in our office, …

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Plan to Have Fun!

When the forecast called for a high of 64 degrees last Friday, we knew it would be a perfect day for taking our brochures out …

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It’s Not the Same Without You

When we decided to ask some of our local tourism partners about what they enjoy most about their jobs, we had no idea what to …

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By the Numbers

11…Archabbeys in the world. One of them is the Saint Meinrad Archabbey, in nearby St. Meinrad. 14…Years Abe Lincoln spent in Lincoln City, Indiana. 25…Hot …

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Spring Ahead

It’s time to spring forward! Don’t think about it as if we’re losing an hour of sleep, but that we’ll be an hour closer to …

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Birthday Request

Our office recently received a request from a mother looking to fulfill her son’s wishes. The boy, who has a birthday approaching, wants to celebrate …

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Ready for Delivery

It’s that time of the year here at the Visitors Bureau… time to fulfill bundles of info requests from all over! Many think our busy …

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Inspired Hands

Among the peaceful landscape of Saint Meinrad Archabbey sits a quaint bright red building. Inside, Br. Martin spends his day crafting inspired creations that will …

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Picture Perfect

On February 27, 1860, President Lincoln posed for his first portrait by Mathew Brady. Photography was considered a new art at the time. The photograph …

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A Rugged Abe

Last week, Santa’s Lodge hosted a group of talented women from the Hoosier Hills Rug Hooking Guild. Among the stunning intricate pieces we spotted a …

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A Sappy Story

Listen up, Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial has an announcement. Warning: It’s a sappy story. No need for tissues, though. It’s actually pretty sweet. The park …

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Lincoln Arrives in Washington, D.C.

After receiving several threats, President-elect Abraham Lincoln finally arrived in Washington, D.C. on February 23, 1861. He altered his appearance, replacing his trademark stovepipe hat …

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