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 2508 Hwy 41 North , Evansville, IN, US, 47711

  • Phone: (812) 425-1092
  • Fax: (812) 426-1462
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"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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Arts & Museums

»James Bethel Gresham Memorial Home

This home was built in honor of the Evansville native who was the first casualty of World War I.

2 Wedeking Avenue
Evansville, Indiana 47711

»Evansville African American Museum

The Evansville African American Museum was inaugurated on 17th of April, 2007, and is situated at the site where one of America's first housing projects—Lincoln Gardens, was constructed in the year 1938. This museum basically speaks about the people from black community who have resided here since past decades. It showcases the culture, the habits and the condition in which the black community has stayed on for years.

579 Lincoln Avenue
Evansville, IN 47713

»Willard Library

The very famous Willard Library was founded by Willard Carpenter in the 19th century. It's a magnificent structure with great interiors of wooden panels. A haven for the genealogists, this place has many archives & a vast collection of volumes to refer to. The the library is lined up with the best books one is looking for. There are several periodical educational tours & Disney or FunBrain games arranged for children as well. For the thrill seekers there are the popular Ghost Tours sponsored by the library, where one may come across the reminiscences of 'The Grey Lady.'

21 First Avenue
Evansville, IN 47710

»Louis J. Koch Family Children's Museum

"The mission of the Koch Family Children

22 Southeast Fifth Street
Evansville, Indiana 47708

»Children's Museum Of Evansville

The children's museum in itself is quite a unique place to visit. The sole aim of the museum is to strengthen the resources to improve children and to inspire the youth to become responsible citizens and leaders of the future. They impart knowledge to children and help them in learning and developing the art of creative expression. The complete setup of the museum is dedicated towards the improvement of children.

22 Southeast 5th Street
Evansville, IN 47708

»Reitz Home Museum

Reitz Home Museum is a majestic Victorian mansion— the sheer example of the French architecture. From ceiling to floor, every nook & corner is visitors' delight. This museum is an effort of the Reitz Home Preservation Society. Wood paneled doors and floors blend well with the stained glass panels. The fireplace and mantle pieces are an absolute work of art. Chandeliers to the ornate furniture— all remind you of the bygone years. The family legacy spells the rich tastes of the Reitz. The intricately designed and decorated mansion is a work of art by European artists. If time is not a constraint, a lot can be explored and marveled about. Also, there are grand luncheons too as special events.

224 S.E. First Street
Evansville, IN 47713

»Synchronicity Gallery

Synchronicity Gallery is a 4,000-square foot arts venue which displays, sells, and leases visual art from local, regional, national, and international artists with exhibits rotating every three weeks.

56 and 58 Adams Avenue
Evansville, Indiana 47713

»USS LST 325 Ship Memorial

Located along the riverfront at Marina Point, this authentic Landing Ship, Tank has served in the Artic, the Greek Navy, and during WWII. One of only two World War II LST's to be preserved in the United States; the veteran crew brought it on a 6,500-mile journey from the Greek island of Crete to Mobile, Alabama in 2000.

840 LST Drive
Evansville, Indiana 47713

»Evansville Museum Transportation Center

The Evansville Museum Transportation Center (EMTRAC) details the history of early Evansville river, rail, aviation and street transportation. Artifacts include a steam engine, club car, and a caboose from the early 1900s.

411 Southeast Riverside Drive
Evansville, Indiana 47713

»Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science

The Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science houses a $10 million permanent art collection ranging from 16th century paintings to modern sculptures by world-renowned artists, yearly national and local traveling exhibits, a children's learning and exploration center, the Koch Planetarium, the Evansville Museum Transportation Center, and much more.

411 Southeast Riverside Drive
Evansville, Indiana 47713

»Koch Planetarium

The oldest planetarium in Indiana, Koch Planetarium creates "a realistic and scientifically-accurate simulation of the night sky, using a highly-specialized "star projector." Here you can see the movement and relative positions of the Sun, the Moon, and the five naked-eye planets.

411 Southeast Riverside Drive
Evansville, Indiana 47713

»Evansville Museum

The Evansville Museum is a place to look out for. Apart from the regular artifacts on display, one can indulge in loads of other activities. It houses The Koch Planetarium which is very informative. It conducts Girl Scout Programs and separate classes in art for adults as well as toddlers. Visits can be planned in advance and special tours are also arranged for large or small groups by the museum. The museum also offers memberships with a host of benefits. The gift shop located at the entrance of the museum has a wide variety of original works of art up for grabs.

411 Southeast Riverside Drive
Evansville, IN 47713-1098
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