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If you’re traveling to Festival Country Indiana, make the most of your vacation by reading our blog to see what the locals and experts say. Learn the latest happenings for last minute travel, find out about local music and local food, and explore fun things to do in the summer, fall, winter and spring.
If you’re not heading south to Florida for spring break, you can still find spring break fun by heading south (south of Indy, that is).
In the midst of a long Indiana winter, it’s easy to feel an itch to get out of the house. Thankfully, here in Festival Country Indiana, there is no shortage of fun, unique experiences that everyone can enjoy, no matter the weather.
Bargersville, Indiana may seem like an odd place to consider a hub of wellness tourism, but read this blog to find out what great things are going on.
Whether you’re looking for a romantic dinner and dancing to celebrate Valentine’s Day or are looking for Valentine’s fun for the whole family, you’ll have to check out these fun ways to celebrate just south of Indy.
The business districts in Franklin and Greenwood are getting in the holiday spirit with their Holiday Open Houses November 8 and 9.
If you've never tried axe throwing, you don't know what you're missing. And a fun, supportive place to try is just south of Indy at Johnson County Axe Throwing.
Downtown Franklin is the place to be on Oct. 26 as the town transforms into Halloween Town, with a variety of fun for all ages.
Fall is here, and nothing says fall just south of Indy in Festival Country like hayrides and cornfield mazes. One of the best spots for these experiences and more is Kelsay Farms in Whiteland.
Downtown Franklin is a little spookier in October now that dozens of businesses and organizations are displaying skeletons in various poses and outfits inside and outside their buildings.
Sarah Fisher O’Gara enjoyed a long racing career, including nine appearances in the Indy 500. Although she’s retired from racing now, racing remains in her blood. That’s why she is offering people a chance to experience the thrill of racing at Whiteland Raceway Park, a go-kart track.
Autumn has arrived in Festival Country Indiana, and that means great leaf viewing opportunities and plenty of fall fun like corn mazes, pumpkin patches and fall festivals.
Visiting a thrift stores is an adventure in which you actually find hidden treasures. Here are some of the treasures that are waiting to be discovered at our resale and thrift stores at the moment. And, if you are unable to find them, there will be something equally as exciting.
Festival Country Indiana is home to four awesome disc golf courses. The courses are beautiful and enjoyable in the spring, summer and fall.
Summer is here, and nothing says summer like enjoying food at a drive-in restaurant or catching a late-night movie at a drive-in theater.
If you love treasure hunting at antique shops, you’ll appreciate the cool items we found being offered at some of our antique and salvage shops. And don’t worry if they’re gone when you visit. You’re sure to find something equally awesome.
If you’re a train enthusiast, plan a trip to Festival Country Indiana for train rides, to see an elaborate model train layout, and to learn about the area’s train history at a train-themed museum.
Whether you are a local resident or just passing through Festival Country Indiana, you are sure to have a great time. If you are one of the many pet families, you and Fido have come to the right spot! Just south of Indy, Festival Country Indiana is a great destination for you and your favorite canine.
Everyone needs a break from their fast-paced life from time to time, and sometimes a nice break in a local coffee shop is just the piece of relaxation we’re searching for. Festival Country Indiana is home to a variety of great coffee shops.
One of the best parts of spring is when the restaurants start opening up their patios for dining again. Festival Country Indiana, located just south of Indy, has plenty of places that combine tasty food with the ambiance of outdoor seating.
An Easter egg hunt for adults? A Bunny Brunch event with all the fun for kids plus cocktails for the adults? Easter is a little more festive in Festival Country Indiana, located just south of Indy.
Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day, and some of the best celebrations are just south of Indy.
Check out the video recap of the work of Festival Country Indiana, the tourism agency just south of Indiana in Johnson County.
People have come from as far away as Germany and New Zealand to visit Frank’s Guitars in Franklin to hear stories about, and see memorabilia from, some of the most famous musicians of the past several decades.
From the nationally-recognized Belgian brews at Taxman Brewing Company to the award-winning wines and ciders at Mallow Run Winery, people are finding their new favorites at the nearly dozen stops along the Festival Country Indiana Beer & Wine Trail.
There's nothing like sledding or cross-country skiing, followed by a stop at a local coffeehouse or tea room.
A poster series featuring iconic spots throughout Festival Country Indiana kicked off this month with the completion of the first poster, which features The Historic Artcraft Theatre in Franklin.
If you want to try something fun this holiday season – and maybe even start a new holiday tradition – head to Festival Country Indiana, located just south of Indianapolis.
If you’re looking to make memories and enjoy holiday fun, here are 10 ways to enjoy the holiday season just south of Indianapolis.
Learn about the artisan candles made right here in Festival Country Indiana.
If you’re looking for a peaceful place to walk on a nature trail, have a picnic or do a photo shoot, head to Praise Acres in Bargersville.
Enjoy a drive around Festival Country Indiana and check out the colorful murals that decorate the buildings in our communities. And, in August, see two getting painted.
Part of what makes Festival Country Indiana so festive is the live music scene. Get your music fix just south of Indianapolis.
Antique shopping is one of the big up and coming trends that you definitely don’t want to miss out on. We’re all unique people and deserve unique decorations that match that.
Two long-time residents of Festival Country Indiana (and tenderloin aficionados) scoured the area for the best Hoosier tenderloins. Here's what they found.
I’ve seen plenty of movies, but up until recently I never had the privilege of experiencing a film at The Historic Artcraft Theater in Franklin. I’d been told it’s more than a movie, it’s an experience. That turned out to be very true.
Do you love to travel but hate having to find a restaurant where you can sit outside with your dog, a hotel that accepts pets, or things to do with your pet? Well, you don’t have to worry because here in Festival Country Indiana, you can bring your pet with you!
If you love sushi, you’ve probably thought about how cool it would be to make your own. Now you can, by taking the beginner sushi making class at Yokohama Japanese Cuisine and Sushi in Festival Country Indiana, just south of Indianapolis.
If you want to feel refreshed, both mentally and physically, in just an hour, goat yoga and farm animal yoga are for you. While such yoga is hard to find, especially around the Midwest, you can find them in Festival Country Indiana, just south of Indianapolis.
Festival season is in full swing in Festival Country Indiana, and one of the can’t-miss events is Greenwood Freedom Festival on June 30.
Repurposed goods and vintage farmhouse style decorations can be found in many places, but Festival Country Indiana’s own Farm Girl Mercantile stands out among the crowd.
The wonders of Johnson County are tucked away, waiting to be explored, at The Johnson County Museum of History
There's nothing better than getting away and enjoying an authentic festival that celebrates great music as well as local food, drinks and goods. One of the best places for festivals and events is Festival Country Indiana, located just south of Indy.
The cure for spring fever isn't cleaning the house. It's cleaning out the back of the vehicle so there's room for a suitcase. This is the perfect time for wine, flowers and a B&B experience.
Great golf courses, air sports like skydiving and paragliding, and plenty of craft brewpubs are just south of Indy in Festival Country Indiana.
To beat the winter blues, there are some great opportunities to get out of the house and enjoy some great food, drinks and live music.
The City of Franklin has been named one of the “55 Best Small Towns to Visit on a Road Trip of America.” Franklin was included in the feature by www.AutoAccessoriesGarage.com. It was one of only 10 Midwest destinations featured, and it was the only one in Indiana.
If you’re looking for a fun way to celebrate New Year’s Eve and have an enjoyable weekend getaway, Festival Country Indiana is the place to be.
Have fun south of Indy with a Thanksgiving day race and a Stretchy Pants Party.
Everything is better with bacon. This week you can enjoy $5 bacon specials throughout the area during Indy Bacon Week.
Tenderloins are definitely a thing in Indiana. And a local restaurant that has become famous for its delicious pork tenderloin sandwiches just finished as one of the Top 3 “Best Tenderloins” in Indiana.
People come from all across the world to study not only woodworking, but also glass blowing, concrete casting, stone carving, blacksmithing and jewelry making.
If you're looking to make memories this holiday season, check out these 10 things to do just south of Indy in Festival Country Indiana.
Here are five must-do shopping experiences south of Indy
Summer is almost over and if you're anything like me, you probably haven't taken enough days to enjoy these warm days before they're gone.
So, how do you entertain someone who travels the world looking for great craft brews, wine, cocktails and adventures?
The best thing about being new to Festival Country Indiana, just south of Indy, is that I get to discover all the great places to eat and all the fun things to do. With the 2017 travel season kicking off on Memorial Day weekend, I thought I'd share a bit.