Mesker Amphitheatre offers a night under the stars like none other. The amphitheatre features 5,500 reserved seats and seating for an additional 3,000 on the lawn. Ample parking and beautiful scenery make this facility a popular entertainment spot for a variety of events, including the popular Mesker Movie Series each summer. Summer concert series from June through August.
Indiana's oldest zoo extends over 50 acres and is home to more than 700 animals. Pathways bloom and grow with local and exotic trees and plants. Open 365 days a year. New in 2008 - Amazonia! A walk through the wild expanse of the South American Rainforest! Enclosed, climate controlled to a jungle perfect 78 degrees. Complete with daily rain shower! Animals include howler monkeys, toucans, capeberras, tapir, sting rays and the elusive Queen of the jungle - the jaguar! Enter Zoo through new entrance on Mesker Park Drive.
The Castle on the Hill is home to one of the nation's largest communities of Benedictine women. Guided tours include the majestic domed church, outdoor Stations of the Cross, Lourdes Grotto, and Rosary steps. Gift shop, For Heaven's Sake also on grounds.
The Atheneum was designed by world-renowned architect Richard Meier and serves as the visitor center for New Harmony, IN, and the surrounding region. Named for Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom and the arts, the Atheneum features an orientation film, communal history exhibits and an observation deck. Tours of historic New Harmony are available from the Atheneum daily from March 15 through December 30.
Antique, gift shops and locally owned restaurants line this 15 block area.
Stores and restaurants located along First Ave.
24 stores and restaurants along First Ave.
Daily drink specials. Pool tables & darts. Live entertainment on weekends.
The Courthouse is one of the finest examples of Neo-Baroque architecture in the United States. Elegant, intricate sculptures carved from Indiana limestone sit above each entrance. Lavish marble floors and walls inside are accented by the black slate stairs and wrought iron railings that lead to the top story rotunda. The Old Courthouse was built in the 1890s and remains one of Downtown's premier architectural showplaces.
Built in 1869, the Old Post Office and Customs House is a classic example of the Richardsonian Romanesque architectural style, featuring round arches over window and door openings, extensive use of stone masonry and towers.