1345 N. Baldwin Ave.
Marion, IN 46952
Phone: (765) 651-1006
Fax: (765) 651-0145
1345 N. Baldwin Ave., Marion, IN, US, 46952
- Phone: (765) 651-1006
- Fax: (765) 651-0145
Open mid-April to mid-October, this venue features go-carts plus batting cages, an arcade, bumper boats, and slam dunk basketball.
Listed on the State and National Register of Historic Places, this historically significant house is one of Grant County's treasures and hosts many cultural events throughout the year. Lunch is served here Monday through Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Originally intended as a simple burial plot for the aged men at the national soldiers' home, this cemetery is open to anyone who served honorably in the US military, as well as to their spouses and children.
This zoo features an abundance of small animals including whitetail deer, llamas, pigmy goats, Australian black swan, peacocks, and pheasants. Animal food vending machines available to hand feed the animals.
Confirmed to the Meshingomesia Indians by the US in the Treaty of 1840, this cemetery is the largest Indian cemetery in Indiana and is the burial site of Miami chief Meshingomesia and members of his tribe. An 1860's Indian schoolhouse still stands on the property.
The First Presbyterian Church is said to be the oldest structures in this city. Standing still at a corner on the streets, the church is a beautiful architectural style building. Designed at it's best in the Romanesque Revival style the building features stained glasses which is the most attractive detailed element of this church. The church welcomes people of all ages to visit the church and to learn to worship and learn more about the Christ. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
This historic courthouse is located in the downtown commercial district of Hartford City, Indiana. Built in the year 1894, it boasts of the Richardsonian Romanesque architectural style which was popular in the 19th Century. It happens to be the most talked about landmark of the County and still houses local government offices after over 100 years of its construction. Even though the interiors were remodeled for current usage, the building retains its original exterior design. There are also several other historic structures around the courthouse that project similar architectural appeal.