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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IMAX Theatre

1801 Morgan Center Drive Evansville, Indiana 47715 (812) 479-9732

Movies scheduled afternoons and evenings. Ticket prices vary according to film. Group rates available. Call (812) 479-9732, (812) 431-6566 or (812) 426-0133 for tickets or group reservations.

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Indiana Caverns

1267 Green Acres Drive SW Corydon, Indiana 47112 (812) 734-1200

I ndiana Caverns, Indiana's newest show cave, opened June 2013. Open daily at 9 am, Indiana Caverns offers picnic areas, shelter house, exhibits, a karst interpretive trail and gemstone and fossil panning. The cave tour features heights, depths, underground boat ride, formations and bones from the ice age.

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International Bluegrass Music Museum

207 E Second St Owensboro, Kentucky 42303 (270) 926-7891

Located less than an hour from Evansville in Owensboro, KY., the International Bluegrass Music Museum collects, preserves and shares the heritage of the unique art form that is bluegrass music. Now offering guided tours for groups and music demonstrations.

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John James Audubon State Park & Museum

3100 US Highway 41 North Henderson, Kentucky 42420 (270) 826-2247

The state of Kentucky says the campground only will be closed the entire 2018 season . The dam that created scenic lake has to be re-enforced and the campground will be used as a staging area for construction equipment. The $2 million project will make the dam stronger and create a new spillway. The campgrounds at Kentucky's other state parks will...

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Killer Skate Park & Shop

5700 E. Morgan Ave Evansville, Indiana 47715 (812) 402-2940

KILLER Skate Park & Shop is an indoor skateboard park & core skate shop.

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Lincoln Amphitheatre

15032 N CR 300 E, PO Box 7-21 Lincoln City, Indiana 47552 (812) 937-9730

Lincoln Amphitheatre is a covered, 1,500-seat amphitheatre that is located inside Lincoln State Park in Lincoln City, Indiana. It is the only covered outdoor venue in the nation ensuring there is never a rain-out. The world premiere of "Lincoln" took place on the very grounds where Abraham Lincoln grew up. Enhanced by multimedia projections and...

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Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial

2916 E. South Street Lincoln City, Indiana 47552 (812) 937-4541

This splendid National Park is the site where Abraham Lincoln spent 14 of the most formative years of his life. Learn about the lives of Abraham Lincoln and his family who lived here in a pioneer community from 1816 to1830. The grounds include the burial place of Lincoln's mother and a working pioneer farm.

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Lincoln Pioneer Village & Museum

928 Fairground Dr Rockport, Indiana 47635 (812) 649-9147

The Rockport Lincoln Pioneer Village, is a historic memorial to Lincoln that visualizes the Spencer County environment in which Lincoln lived during the 14 formative years of his life, from 1816 to 1830.

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Lincoln State Park

15476 N County Road 300 E Lincoln City, Indiana 47552 (812) 937-4710

This scenic 1,747-acre park was established in 1932 as a memorial to Nancy Hanks Lincoln. Recreational facilities include Lake Lincoln, lakeside shelter house, boat rental, nature center, cabins, picnic areas, shelters and trails. Lincoln State Park is home to the Lincoln Pioneer Village and Museum.

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