Indy Style

‘Indy Style’ goes ‘On the Road’ for the first time, visiting some of the state’s best attractions

In this special edition of Indy Style, we follow the road north to Noble County where we introduce you to a couple who saved an endangered landmark. We also encounter endangered animals who have found their forever homes, and we journey into the life of one of Indiana’s most famous authors.

Plus, we take a step back in time at one of the most unique museums in the country. Then just a few miles west of Indy we step off the beaten path for a quiet reflection into one of the many hidden nature preserves in Indiana, and a short drive southeast takes us to a unique art installation that traveled over 4000 miles to get here.

We also find out that there really is more than corn in Indiana!

For more information visit:

Mid-America Windmill Museum, Kendallville, IN     

Midamericawindmillmuseum.org

Black Pine Animal Sanctuary, Albion, IN                    

Bpsanctuary.org

Gen Stratton-Porter/Limberlost state historic site, Geneva, IN

Indianamuseum.org/historic-sites/limberlost

Sylvan cellars events center and tasting room, Rome City, IN

Sylvancellars.net

Big Walnut Nature Preserve, Bainbridge, IN

Nature.org/en-us/get-involved/how-to-help/places-we-protect/big-walnut

Indiana Beach, Monticello, IN

Indianabeach.com

Umbrella Sky Project, Batesville, IN

Baacindiana.org/umbrella-sky-project

THIS SPECIAL IS SPONSORED BY VISIT NOBLE COUNTY, INDIANA BEACH, AND VISIT INDY.

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