- TripBuzz found 91 things to do with kids in or near Lawrenceburg, Indiana, including 85 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cincinnati, Florence, Newport and Covington.
- From Perfect North Slopes to Competition Racing Indoor Karting Center, the Lawrenceburg area offers 67 different types of family activities, including: Children's Play Area, Go Karts, Movie Theaters and History Museums.
- Less than a 30 minute drive from Cincinnati, Lawrenceburg is a popular bedroom community. It offers a small town feel with many amenities provided in a larger city. This includes an array of shopping, dining and recreational opportunities. Along with a casino and riverboat gambling, the city is also home to a motorcar speedway and splash park that is especially popular with the kids in the summer months.
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60% 10 votes
500 West Street, Madison, IN MoreLess Info
This lovely Greek revival style museum was once home and workplace to one of Indiana's first doctors. His diplomas and the equipment used by a 19th century doctor are displayed here. The real skeleton is an intriguing attraction.
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217-219 E Main Street, Madison, IN 47250 MoreLess Info
Featuring the talent of local actors and artists, Riverrun Theatre Company hosts theatrical plays on its mainstage. The company also hosts workshops for children where they are taught acting skills.
100% 2 votes
120 W 3rd Street, Madison, IN 47250 MoreLess Info
Dr. William D. Hutchings Office & Hospital is managed by the local community as a museum of the first surgeon and hospital in the area. Tours and classroom instruction in the history of the location are offered by reservation.
92% 12 votes
408 W. Third Street, Madison, IN MoreLess Info
Francis Costigan House is a design for urban houses. Today it is considered a marvelous masterpiece on designs for a narrow lot. The specialties are the sliding pocket door, the curved walls and front stairs. Not to be missed by architecture fanatics.
93% 14 votes
304 W. Second Street, Madison, IN MoreLess Info
Jeremiah Sullivan House was built for the lawyer and politician Jeremiah Sullivan. It is an example of federal architecture. Its simplicity and verticality is striking. It is designated as a national historical landmark.
60% 5 votes
217 W. Second Street, Madison, IN MoreLess Info
Once home to Indiana's Free Masons, dating back to 1819, the Schofield House was converted into a Masonic museum in 1975. It is now open to the public, and features a variety of exhibits.
99% 192 votes
West St & Vaugh Drive, Madison, IN 47250 MoreLess Info
Hosting speed boat tours, Wild Thing Jet Boat Rides LLC takes visitors on a tour of the local landmarks of Madison. The captain pulls off tricks, including 360 degree turns and fast spins.
100% 7 votes
402 E North St, Greensburg, IN MoreLess Info
Focused upon community, Decatur County Park is located in Greensburg. Multi-purpose, this park includes a lake, playground, lighted basketball court and tennis courts. There is also a special space in the park designated for picnicking.
95% 148 votes
Madison, IN MoreLess Info
With its construction completed in 1844, the Lanier Mansion is a local landmark included in the National Register of Historic Places.
75% 28 votes
Madison, IN MoreLess Info
A National Historic Landmark which is included in the National Register of Historic Places, the Madison Railroad Station Museum was constructed in 1894 and stands to this day as a historical museum, restored to its former form and functionality.