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  • World's Largest Ball of Paint

    World's Largest Ball of Paint

    Alexandria, Indiana

    Painter Mike Carmichael has his singular attraction hanging on a chain as he continues to add multi-colored layers. It started as a baseball.

  • RV Museum and Hall of Fame

    RV Museum and Hall of Fame

    Elkhart, Indiana

    Museum chronicles a century of trailers, RVs and mobile homes, in a town where they are manufactured.

  • Dan Quayle Vice Presidential Museum

    Dan Quayle Vice Presidential Museum

    Huntington, Indiana

    James Danforth Quayle served as George H. W. Bush's VP from 1989-93. The museum's slogan is "Second to One."

  • World's Largest Preserved Steer

    World's Largest Preserved Steer

    Kokomo, Indiana

    For over 90 years, a 2.5-ton stuffed steer named Old Ben has been on display in a big glass box in Highland Park.

  • Ultraviolet Apocalypse

    Ultraviolet Apocalypse

    Munster, Indiana

    Contemplation and surprises at the Carmelite Shrines, part of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Monastery.

  • Backyard Roller Coasters of John Ivers

    Backyard Roller Coasters of John Ivers

    Bruceville, Indiana

    The man who had to have his own thrill ride -- even though he sez he build it for the kids.

  • Hall of Heroes Museum

    Hall of Heroes Museum

    Elkhart, Indiana

    Backyard building based on Super Friend's Hall of Justice is where Allen Stewart preserves every superhero comic book ever published.

  • Dairy Adventure at Fair Oaks Farms

    Dairy Adventure at Fair Oaks Farms

    Fair Oaks, Indiana

    Agritourism the way it should be. Watch calves born in the Birthing Barn, see 72 cows milked by a revolving giant turntable!

  • World's Largest Sycamore Stump

    World's Largest Sycamore Stump

    Kokomo, Indiana

    Formerly the world's largest sycamore tree. Still an impressive attraction.

  • Virgil I. Gus Grissom Memorial Museum

    Virgil I. Gus Grissom Memorial Museum

    Mitchell, Indiana

    America's hard luck spaceman finally got some recognition, but only after he was dead.

  • Joe Palooka Statue

    Joe Palooka Statue

    Oolitic, Indiana

    Palooka was a Sunday comic strip character -- an honest boxer. This statue was commissioned in 1947, when the champ's popularity was at its highest.

  • Three White Men Hanged For Killing Indians

    Three White Men Hanged For Killing Indians

    Pendleton, Indiana

    A bluntly worded stone marker actually preserves a happy moment in Indiana history, when killing Indians became a capital crime.

  • Giant Lady's Leg Sundial

    Giant Lady's Leg Sundial

    Roselawn, Indiana

    Where a leg tells nudists the time of day.

  • Orville Redenbacher, King of Popcorn

    Orville Redenbacher, King of Popcorn

    Valparaiso, Indiana

    Hometown statue of Orville Redenbacher, television's popcorn commercial celebrity and a real farmer.

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