History Itinerary

  • Bosse Field – Currently home to the Evansville Otters, Bosse Field opened in 1915 and was the first municipally –owned sports facility in the United States. Only Boston’s Fenway Park (1912) and Chicago’s Wrigley Field (1914) are old than Evansville’s Bosse Field. The box office hit “A League of Their Own” was filmed at Bosse Field in 1992.
  • Angel Mounds State Historic Site – The regional center and chiefdom for a community of thousands of people of the Middle Mississippian culture from 950 to 1450 A.D., Angel Mounds State Historic Site is nationally recognized as one of the best-preserved prehistoric Native American sites in the United States.
  • Evansville Museum of Arts, History, and Science – permanent art collections valued at $10 million dates from the first century B.C. to the present. Paintings, sculptures, artifacts, and room displays on two floors.
  • LST 325 – WWII Landing Ship Tank – The last operational LST in existence, LST 325 makes her home in Evansville. Essential to WWII sea-to-land maneuvers such as D-Day, LST 325 is 328 feet long and weighs 1,625 tons. Come meet a true hero and the heroic crew that leads the tours.