Red Carpet Inn Terre Haute
Terre Haute, IN 47804
Quirky Tourist Attractions in or near Indiana
While in Indiana, you might enjoy a visit to:
A scaled-down, but still towering, Washington Monument next to a 20-foot-tall peach. Built by Wilbur and Doris Yates in 1954 as a tribute to the Trylon and Perisphere of the 1939 New York World's Fair.
"The Burger King" has been in business since before the national fast food franchise, so it's allowed to use the name.
The conceptual artistic legacy of the late Bob Moomaw, whose Hippie Memorial suggests that he liked the 1960s and disliked Ronald Reagan.
Now owned by Creationist Christians, its purpose is to show "scientific evidence exposing the godless relativists' attempt to replace God with flawed scientific facts."
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Terre Haute Hotel ChainsBaymont Inn & Suites
Hilton Garden Inn
Holiday Inn Express
Hot Key International
Cities Near Terre HauteMarshall
Airport - TransportationTerre Haute International-Hulman Field Airport (HUF)
Hospitals & Medical Care FacilitiesTerre Haute Regional Hospital
Eugene V Debs Museum
Museum Vigo County Historical
Native America Museum
Swope Art Museum
Universities & CollegesIvy Tech Community College
Indiana State University
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