Come enjoy Evansville, Indiana. You'll find family attractions, exciting nightlife, and the education and culture of seven themed museums.

For more information, download an Evansville Visitors Guide. Or call (800) 433-3025 to request a copy by mail.


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Colonel William Jones State Historic Site

R.R. 1, Box 60D Gentryville, Indiana 47537 (812) 937-2802

This restored 1834 Federal-design home of Abraham Lincoln's merchant employer offers a unique look at the early development of Indiana and the life of Colonel William Jones, who was also a politician. Includes guided tours, themed talks, exhibits and gifts.

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Dream Car Museum

2400 N. Heidelbach Avenue Evansville, Indiana 47711 888-482-9864

There's something for everyone with over 60 cars and trucks. The museum is expanding with even more exotics, classics, muscle cars, race cars, movie & TV cars and memorabilia, there is always something new on display. Come and see the car of your dreams! Located on the corner of Diamond and Heidelbach, this museum is a must see for travelers...

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Eagle Slough

500 Waterworks Road Evansville, Indiana 47725

Eagle Slough is 127 acres of wetlands north of Ellis Park. One hundred species of birds and wildlife have been identified among the forests and lakes. Wildlife viewing platforms and trails with parking are available. A project of the Sycamore Land Trust .

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Eastland Mall

800 N Green River Rd Evansville, Indiana 47715 (812) 477-4848

Eastland Mall is the only super-regional mall of its type within a two hour driving radius of Evansville. Eastland Mall provides guests a unique shopping experience including a vast array of retailers, amenities including a children’s play area, a carousel and various types of seasonal events. In Evansville, where shopping is a top passion for...

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Ellis Park Race Track

3300 U.S. 41 Henderson, Kentucky 42420 (812) 425-1456

Open 365 days a year, Ellis Park Race Track is just minutes from Downtown Evansville. Built in 1922 and owned by Churchill Downs, Ellis Park runs live Thoroughbred races from July through Labor Day with simulcast racing available year round. The Clubhouse features 179 Instant Racing Machines and more than 30 TVs in the state of the art...

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Escape Evansville

600 N Weinbach Ave #940 Evansville, Indiana 47725 (812) 573-0026

Real Life Escape Adventures. Will you solve the puzzle before time runs out? Get locked in a brain teaser Escape Room where you and your team will need to solve puzzles, find clues and crack codes in order to escape. You have one goal: work together and escape the room in under an hour! Play with your family, friends or co-workers and see if you...

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Evansville African American Museum

579 Lincoln Ave Evansville, Indiana 47713 (812) 423-5188

The Evansville African American Museum is located in one of the nation's first housing projects. Lincoln Gardens was built in 1938 under President Roosevelt's New Deal Program. The community was known then as Baptisttown, an independent, thriving community with black doctors, lawyers and educators. The EAAM celebrates the struggles, successes and...

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Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science

411 SE Riverside Dr Evansville, Indiana 47713 (812) 425-2406

The Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science houses a permanent collection of more than 30,000 objects, including fine and decorative art, as well as historic, anthropological, and natural history artifacts. Over twenty temporary, regional and international exhibitions are displayed each year in four galleries. The Koch Immersive Theater...

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Evansville Museum Transportation Center (EMTRAC)

411 SE Riverside Dr Evansville, Indiana 47713 (812) 425-2406

Learn about the history of transportation in Evansville at EMTRAC - the Evansville Museum Transportation Center. EMTRAC details the history of early river, rail, aviation and street transportation and includes a steam engine, club car and caboose from the early 1900s. Hours : Tuesday - Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Sunday: 12:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m...

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