501 E. Margaret Ave.
Terre Haute, IN 47802
Phone: (812) 235-1770
Fax: (812) 234-2817
Set upon the waters of the Wabash River, Fairbanks Park witnesses a spate of cultural events at its amphitheater and sprawling lawns. Music, movie and art festivals are a common occurrence at this well-planned park that welcomes visitors on non-event days too. Families on picnics and groups of friends can be sighted on weekends and summers, enjoying the designated play areas, shelters and barbecue grills. Boating and angling by the lakeside is another favorite past time of regulars and locals.
The Gatekeeper Sculpture is located within the Vigo County Public Library. It is a magnificent sight to behold, towering over 7 feet (2.1336 m) in height.
Composite House for Terre Haute is a work of art, sculpted by artist Lauren Ewing. It sits in Gilbert Park and signifies the structure of average home in the Terra Haute region.
The Indiana State University offers undergraduate and graduate programs for the students belonging to the State of Indiana. The campus covers an area of more than 200 acres (80.94 hectares) and boasts 60 limestone brick buildings and laboratories with state- of- the- art facilities. It is known for the various research activities and innovative teaching methods undertaken by the management.
This historic building belonged to Eugene V. Debs, a union leader, who purchased this house in the late 1800s. After his death, the house passed through the hands of several owners, until in 1966 it was deemed a National Historic Landmark.
Spread over 177 acres (71.6294 hectares), Deming Park features tennis courts, baseball diamonds and a playground for recreational use. The Clark-Lansdbaum Holly Arboretum is situated inside it.
Collett Park was founded in 1883 on lands donated by philanthropist Josephus Collett. The locality surrounding the park is called the Collett Park Neighborhood Historic District.
The Highland Lawn Cemetery is a cemetery that is serving the city since 1884. Perfectly exemplifying the Richardsonian Romanesque style of architecture, it features a chapel and mausoleums.
Dobbs Park Nature Center welcomes you to take a tour through Indiana's rich natural treasures. Displaying marvelous specimens of flora and fauna, enlighten yourself on the region's ecosystem.
Flame of the Millennium is a sculpture by Leonardo Neirman, displayed in Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. This metallic work of art is one of the largest sculptures amongst those that are on display.
Set in the Indiana wilderness, Fowler Park comprises of scenic vistas of the four major lakes of the region as well as several smaller ponds.
Providing the residents of Paris, Illonois a small haven of books since its opening in 1904, the Paris Carnegie Public Library still stands erect today. Built in the Classic Revival architectural style, the library boasts a rich history of being funded by the Paris Women’s Club owing to the efforts of Andrew Carnegie. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002, the library is still in operation today.