- Our list of the best things to do in Madison, Indiana, features the top 29 nearby activities — including 15 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Madison, IN has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 22 things to do within the city of Madison, IN , followed by 7 popular activities in nearby cities, including LaGrange, North Vernon, Rising Sun, Versailles and Sparta
Yes Cinema is a combined cultural arts and convention center that hosts a variety of public and private events. The cinema features two movie screens and airs mainstream, independent, foreign, classical and educational films.
Located on 15 acres of land, the Florence Nature Park provides a number of different amenities available to its visitors. These amenities include picnic tables, a gazebo, a half-mile walking path, and a gathering house.
The oldest continuously operated distillery in the United States is the Buffalo Trace Distillery. A large variety of tours are offered to visitors to learn more about the distilling processes behind Kentucky bourbon whiskey.
Situated on 725.85 acres of heavily wooded terrain, Iroquois Park features an amphitheater along with facilities for basketball, volleyball, tennis, golf and archery. The park also offers children's play areas, picnic tables, hiking trails and hilltop views.
Free to the public, the Atterbury Bakalar Museum is staffed by volunteers and funded by donations. The museum features a permanent collection of aviation-related vehicles, artifacts, and other items, including an F-4 Phantom jet.
Opened in 2003 and home of the Cincinnati Reds, the Great American Ball Park will host the MLB All-Star Game in 2015. Among the amenities can be remembered the Rose Garden, the Mosaics, and the Toyota Tundra Home Run Deck.
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The Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame & Museum is a historical museum that features a kidâ€™s clubhouse, a reds room, and the Palace of the Fans Theater. The facility gives tours of the ball park and has batting cages.
Situated on 240 acres, Cove Spring Park offers a variety of terrain that includes forested ravines, wetlands, springs and waterfalls. The park provides hiking trails, picnic facilities, interpretive shelters, an archery range and restrooms.
Learning about the history of Kentucky politics can easily be achieved at the Old State Capitol. There is plenty of the past woven within the beautiful architecture of the building where eighty years of the state's political history was enacted.
Explore the history, culture, and politics of Kentucky's history at Liberty Hall Historic Site. Visit the residence of one of America's founding fathers, John Brown, and discovered a look into our colonial past.