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This library is one of the best genealogical libraries in the country with information on all 50 states and even foreign countries highly recommend a visit if possible my last visit was for the North East Allen Co...
The ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY IN FORT WAYNE, INDIANA, is maybe the best library in the United States for a city of its size It serves the needs of anyone who would visit and has the best genealogical resources i...
Menno-Hof is a non-profit, non-commercial information center operated by and for Amish, Amish Mennonite, Conservative Mennonite and the Mennonite Church of the United States.
Several rooms of displays featuring tour guides, multimedia displays, as well as static displays would highly recommended this place to anyone visiting the area.
As first-time attendees to Gencon, we found the Indiana Convention Center to be a quite outstanding venue for large scale conventions.
Its jsut a short walk from multiple major hotels, the mall and other attractions in downtown Indianapolis.
Amazing architecture, very well kept library, I loved the upstairs where you can do research on genealogy.
From the ornate woodwork to the vast amount of historical information that is to be found on the shelves a trip into the Willard Library truly is a walk back into time.
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The playground area is enormous and kids 12 and under can get out all that energy here (for free!) instead of getting cabin fever.
When They Suffer From Cabin Fever
It is also connected to the Embassy Theater which is across the street.
I signed in electronically as a visitor and she thanked me with postcards!!! Gift shop ranger gave us several local suggestions for lunch!!! Great stop!!
Located some distance from the campground where we were camping, this is a very impressive Visitor Center, offering a plethora of information on all aspects of the park and other local attractions.
There is a very nice gift shop (we each made a purchase--- or 2 ) and interesting displays..
The Welcome Center staff always greets visitors and asks if they can help in any way.
Library has a large genealogy section and several conference rooms where meetings can be held.
Their children's room is friendly, interactive and has a lot of computers for children only.
Besides the info, the brochures and the huge amount of local magazines for you to look at, they give good recommendations for local events and places to visit.
Good view of the river
I also liked that they’ve implemented several assembly line innovations recommended by the employees to improve efficiency and safety.
I am a LIBRARY fan and fanatic, my first "club' was the Hopalong Cassidy Book Club: I know my libraries and this one was so beyond outstanding: first it opens at 8:30 in the morning!
The plaza has indeed been a great success in engaging the community serving as the site of many concerts, festivals, etc. over the years.
This is one of the best libraries I’ve ever visited.
Pick up a CD of the Heritage Trail Driving Tour (available after-hours, too) and take a day (or sections of several days) to cruise the 90 mile loop through Elkhart, Middlebury, Shipshewana, Goshen, Nappanee, and...
Excellent Visitor Center
There aren't a lot of places in Fort Wayne to buy souvenirs, so we were glad to have found this center.
The people at the welcome center are very helpful and provide a wide range of information about the area.
I have to say that I was impressed, lots of great products and information pertaining to Wabash county.
Not only does Marion have a top-notch library the museum is wonderful, especially for residents and visitors who grew up in this area.
Some other fun things for the kids to see is the telescope where you can look at the "fish on the dome" {fish on top of courthouse}, a huge realistic looking bear, and an old fashioned school house and log cabin.
You can learn where the term "dog and pony show" came from, pretend to be a sport caster, travel back in time in a vintage classroom, go inside a real log cabin, and meet Monroe the bear!