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2. World’s Largest Rocking Chair
Check out the giant rocking chair outside this store and the equally big chest of drawers that is part of the building’s design.
4108 U.S. 31 South
4. Hanging with Ben
Sit on the bench next to the seated Benjamin Franklin statue outside the Napolitan Student Center on Franklin College’s campus, or snap a shot of the two-ton Ben statue at the college’s main entrance.
101 Branigan Blvd.
5. “Time” for a Photo
No visit to Johnson County would be complete without a photo with the historic clocks in Greenwood and Franklin.
East Monroe Street and East Court Street
300 S. Madison Ave.
6. Military Tanks and More
Visit Camp Atterbury Museum and, across the street, visit the outdoor museum to see a monument and get your photo with military tanks, helicopters and other military hardware. The Prisoner of War Chapel is another interesting site to view and is about three miles away.
Old Hospital Road (800 South), between Mauxferry Road and Schoolhouse Road (South 325 East)
7. The Life-size Bison
Go to the Johnson County Museum and get your picture taken with the life-size bison that was part of Indiana’s bicentennial and “bison-tennial” in 2016. While you’re there, check out the exhibits.
135 N. Main St., Franklin, IN, 317-346-4500, www.johnsoncountymuseum.org
9. Fun Fall Photos
No autumn would be complete without a selfie holding an Apple Works apple or a giant pumpkin. Or, get a photo with a pumpkin at Kelsay Farms – and add a photo in the corn maze or on top of the straw mountain.
8157 S. 250 West
648 N. 250 East