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Historic Corydon
Home of Indianaís First State Capitol, Corydonís historic buildings and nostalgic sites are left largely as they were nearly two centuries ago. Take a walk along the shady streets of downtown Corydon, stop at historic sites, and shop at the businesses of today. A blend of the old and the new- a pretty slice of historic, small town Americana.

Blaine H. Wiseman Visitor Center
Elm Street (Corydon)
Hours: Monday-Saturday 9a-5p; Sunday 12n-5p

Battle of Corydon Memorial Park
Old Highway 135 SW (Corydon)
Commemorates the Battle of Corydon which took place on July 9, 1863 and the only Civil War battle fought on Indiana soil. The Harrison County 450-member Home Guard attempted to delay Morganís 2,400 Confederate soldiers which resulted in a skirmish, killing 18 soldiers and wounding 50 during Morganís Raid in Harrison County.
Hours: Saturday-Sunday 8am-dusk. Admission: Free

Constitution Elm
High Street (Corydon)
In 1816, Indiana delegates met under the spreading branches of one of the largest elm trees of its kind to draft Indianaís first state constitution.

Corydon Capitol State Historic Sites
First State Capitol Building
Governor Hendrickís Headquarters
Historic Downtown Corydon
This square federal style limestone building was built between 1814 to 1816 and served as the state capitol from 1816 to 1825. Tours also include Governor Hendrickís Headquarters, a two-story federal style brick house built in 1817 which also served as Governor Hendrickís home while he was governor of Indiana from 1822 to 1825.

Southeast Indiana Trails to Freedom Underground Railroad Driving Tour
Maps and information available at the
Blaine H. Wiseman Visitor Center
Elm Street
The trail outlines the routes of the Underground Railroad in Southeast Indiana traveled by the runaway slaves, and the locations of the safe houses that hid them from danger. Three Southeast Indiana driving tours have been developed linking places and stories from slave narratives, newspaper accounts, and actual court cases. Although three complete tours are illustrated, the sites or portions of the tours may be enjoyed individually or in any combination.
Free self-guided tour

John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail 1863
Maps and information available at the
Blaine H. Wiseman Visitor Center
Elm Street
Travel back to July 1863 and follow Confederate General John Hunt Morgan and his Raiders on this self-guided driving tour. The Great Raid of 1863 was the only major military activity in Indiana during the Civil War. The John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail in Indiana is 185 miles and laid out with directions that are numbered and correspond with the actual trail sign locations.
Free self-guided tour

Horseshoe Casino and Hotel
11999 Ave of Emperors (Elizabeth)
Boasting 503 luxurious rooms and suites, this luxery hotel is accented with a fitness center, Aroma Cafť & Bar, and an indoor pool. Outside, the fitness trail features 18 workout stations and a scenic woodland view for exercise and nature enthusiasts alike. With over 100 gaming tables and 2,000 slot machines, youíll be sure to find a game thatís right up your alley.

Corydon Jamboree
220 Hurst Lane (Corydon)
Family-friendly entertainment every Saturday night at 7:30 p.m.

Hayswood Theatre
115 South Capitol Avenue (Corydon)
Show times Fri. & Sat. at 8 p.m., Sun. at 2 p.m. Tickets: $12 adults, $10 seniors (65+), $10 children (17 years and younger).

Bryantís Blueberries
6900 Oak Park Road NE (New Salisbury)
U-Pick blueberry farm. Season begins mid-June and continues through August, depending on the year.

Deere Farms
1565 St. Johnís Church Road NE (Lanesville)
Corn maze, pumpkins, carriage rides and antique farm equipment.
Open Fri. 3 p.m.-dark, Sat. 11 a.m.-dark, Sun. Noon-dark. Haunted Maze open Oct. 9, 10, 16 17, 23 & 24. Admission: (corn maze) $8 adults, $5 children 5-12 years; (hayride) $2 all ages; (carriage rides) $7 adults, $5 children 5-12 years. Printable coupon available on Web site.


El Nopal
2365 Landmark Way NE (Corydon)
Mexican cuisine

1360 North Old Highway 135 (Corydon)
Chinese buffet

Joe Hubers
2421 Scottsville Road (Starlight)
Country cooking


The Kintner House Inn
101 South Capitol Avenue (Corydon)

The Leavenworth Inn
930 West State Road 62 (Leavenworth)

Scottís Timberline Lake Cabins
347 East Phillips Road (English)
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