- Our list of the best things to do in South Bend, Indiana, features the top 99 nearby activities — including 44 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- South Bend, IN has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 31 things to do within the city of South Bend, IN , followed by 68 popular activities in nearby cities, including Elkhart, Mishawaka, Goshen, Plymouth, Nappanee, LaPorte, New Buffalo and Saugatuck
Linden Grill 4333 W Western Ave., South Bend, IN MoreLess Info
Juicy burgers & spicy chicken wings pair with fries at a neighborhood grill that uses secret family recipes
95% 20 votes
110 Warren Golf Course Clubhouse, South Bend, IN 46556 MoreLess Info
Rated 6th golf course in Indiana, the Warren Golf Course offers challenge balanced with relaxation. It is a beautiful link-style course on a wooded 250 acres. It has been awarded the Audubon international certification.
The first site for the South Bend Farmer's Market was opened in 1911. The market continues to be a bustling place that is open on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays in addition to Fridays in May through September.
Founded in 1957, the South Bend Civic Theatre is the oldest community theatre in the Mishawaka area of Northern Indiana. In addition to staging plays and cabarets, they offer summer theatre camps for school-age children.
Howard Park is 11.49 acres and features an ice rink for skating in the winter, along with a playground, picnic area, hiking trail and a recreation center for adults over 55 years. Fishing is also allowed via the river.
Filled with farm activities for children, Thistleberry Farm offers visitors a petting zoo, hay rides, and pumpkin patches. The farm specializes in growing sweet corn and features 6 corn mazes that span the size of 15 football fields.
64% 42 votes
111 South St. Joseph Street, South Bend, IN 46601 MoreLess Info
The College Football Hall of Fame is dedicated to memorializing the accomplishments of student athletes from the earliest days of the game in America. The venue has family friendly activities, memorabilia, vintage video footage and interactive exhibits.
Kennedy Water Playground offers a tire swing, slide, and many spray features for children of all ages. The pool area contains multiple picnic tables and two small pavilions for the adults, and a concession stand.