Top Selfie Spots

Take your best shot of (or selfie with) these and other attractions in Festival Country Indiana, just south of Indy, then tag @FestCountryIN and use #FestCountryIN so we can share our favorites.

1. Artcraft Alley

Decorated with 200 colorful stars overhead from spring to fall, the art installation was placed for Franklin and Johnson County's bicentennial. The stars are also treated with blacklight paint so it's an even cooler experience at night.

57 N. Main St., Franklin

2. Garden of Gas Station Signs

Dozens of classic banjo-shaped pole signs for gas stations have been assembled together in one spot. Get your photo with them, but remember to do it safely from the public right-of-way.

649 Brewer St., Whiteland

3. Happily Ever After Mural

This mural is a must-visit for engagement or wedding photos, or for anyone who aspires to live happily ever after. 

401 State St., Franklin

4. Kuji Alley

Transport yourself to Franklin's sister city of Kuji, Japan in this alley, which features Japanese lanterns, a cherry blossom sculpture, koi fish murals and a red footbridge.

49 E. Court St., Franklin

5. 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), Franklin


6. Visitor Center

Take a selfie with our 11-foot apple, skydiving scene or other exhibits, and check out our free photo booth.

66 S. Water St., Franklin


7. Giant 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 S. U.S. 31, Franklin


8. 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 Branigin Blvd., Franklin


To see more, check out more than 30 murals throughout Festival Country.