Happy Faces, Hidden Places

Four Zoom Backgrounds Celebrating Evansville Indiana

Add a splash of creativity to your "Work From Home" life with images from scenic Evansville, IN. Take a photo and tag #VisitEvansville to show us your favorite!


West Side Nut Club Fall Festival

Fall is everyone’s favorite time of year in Evansville because that’s when the area’s most glori-fried food festival returns. The Fall Festival is a week-long event that spans four blocks of West Franklin Street. With over 130 food booths, carnival rides, and free entertainment, don’t miss one of the largest street festivals in the US. Photo credit: Alex Morgan Imaging

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Historic Bosse Field

Home to the Evansville Otters of the Independent Frontier League, 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 older. It is the site for the filming of "A League of Their Own" in 1992.  Whether you're a sports fan or a history buff, this 100-year-old structure for America's favorite pastime is a must see! Photo credit: Alex Morgan Imaging

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Greyhound Bus Station – BRU Burger

Bru Burger has one of the most unique locations in Downtown Evansville. It’s built inside an old Greyhound Bus Station that maintains its Art Deco flair from 1938. The vibrant blue exterior makes the perfect photo opp, but the building really pops at night with the glowing neon lights that pay homage to its history. Photo credit: Alex Morgan Imaging

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Haynie’s Corner Fountain

Sitting at the heart of Haynie’s Corner Arts District is this eclectic stone fountain. It serves as a gathering place for locals during community events like First Fridays or Funk in the City. It also symbolizes the convergence of four different Evansville neighborhoods, serving as a ‘meet me in the middle’ marker. Photo credit: Alex Morgan Imaging