Only in Northeast Indiana can you discover the third-largest Amish community, the nation’s second-largest genealogy center, and a unique automotive heritage. Enjoy this road trip highlighting a variety of hidden gems that are nationally recognized.
With the third-largest Amish community in the U.S., LaGrange County is the perfect place to immerse yourself in the culture. Discover dozens of countryside shops featuring handmade items or stop at the Menno-Hof Museum to learn the history of the Amish and Mennonites. To cap it off, try a taste of their homestyle cooking at local restaurants or in the home of an Amish family, and don’t forget to top it off with a treat to take home from one of the many delectable bakeries.
Mural Fest mural location: 202 N Detroit St, LaGrange, IN 46761
What better place to discover the heritage of classic automobiles than in Auburn, Indiana. Discover classic cars including the Duesenberg #1, a GM Futureliner, and a 1936 Chrome Ford at three must-see museums - The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum, the National Automotive Truck Museum, and the Early Ford V-8 Museum! Once home to the prestigious Auburn Automobile Company, DeKalb County offers unique automotive heritage.
Mural Fest mural location: City Hall, 130 S Randolph St, Garrett, IN 46738
Fort Wayne's Genealogy Center is the place to discover your family history. Home to the nation's second-largest genealogy collection and some of the best genealogists on staff, the Genealogy Center in the Allen County Public Library offers you all the tools you need to start researching or overcome barriers in your family history. Plus, their facility and resources are all FREE for you to use!
Mural Fest mural location: 217 W Wayne St, Fort Wayne, IN 46802