Happy Faces, Hidden Places


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

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West Baden Springs National Historical Landmark

S.R. 66 West Baden, Indiana 47469 (812) 936-4034

Escape from the every day to a luxury hotel built more than a century ago. Once called the “Eighth Wonder of the World,” the focal point of West Baden Springs Hotel is the awe-inspiring atrium that spans 200 feet. Mixing comfortable ambiance with modern amenities, our hotel creates unforgettable romantic getaways, weddings, corporate events and...

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West Franklin Street

W Franklin St Evansville, Indiana 47712 812-550-0996

65 stores and restaurants including Gerst Haus, Lamasco Bar and Grill, Maidens Brewery and Pub, PG Cafe, Smitty's Italian Steakhouse, Hagedorn's Pub, Thyme in the Kitchen, Paul's Menswear and more! Historic Franklin Street is home to many great events including Mardi Gras Franklin Crawl and The West Side Nut Club Fall Festival, one of the largest...

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Willard Carpenter House

405 Carpenter St Evansville, Indiana 47708

Completed in 1849, Willard Carpenter House is one of the finest examples of pure Georgian architecture in this area. Built of brick and stone, it features a balanced facade and a classic facade over the entrance door. Restored in 1974 to as close to its original condition as possible, the home stands as a memorial to one of Evansville's most...

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Willard Library

21 N First Ave. Evansville, Indiana 47710 (812) 425-4309

Willard Library is the oldest operating library in the state of Indiana. It was opened in 1885 under the directive to be a public library for the use of the people of all classes, races, and sexes free of charge forever. The Special Collections department houses one of the most extensive collection for genealogy study in the Midwest. Sneak a peek...

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