Things To Do in Indiana

Up to 51% Off Mini Golf or Batting Cages

The Plex

The Plex South

$45 $22

Indoor 18-hole mini golf course and batting cages are open year round

49% Off Martial-Arts Lessons

Ussery's Martial Arts


$85 $43

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

86% Off One Year of Online Guitar Lessons

Center Stage Guitar Academy

Online Deal

$108 $15

Bryan Billhimer leads lessons organized by skill level, covering technique and song learning in high-quality videos shot from many angles

Up to 51% Off Formula Car Racing Experiences

The Formula Experience

Gingerman Raceway

$99 $49

Burn rubber in a Porsche Boxster on a race-rack ridealong with a professional driver, or take the wheel of a Formula car for 5 or 10 laps

Up to 51% Off Formula Car Racing Experiences

The Formula Experience

Gingerman Raceway

$99 $49

Burn rubber in a Porsche Boxster on a race-rack ridealong with a professional driver, or take the wheel of a Formula car for 5 or 10 laps

Under the Influence of Music Tour with Wiz Khalifa and Tyga

Under the Influence of Music Tour featuring Wiz Khalifa, Tyga & More

Klipsch Music Center

$36.50 $20


Grammy-nominated emcee behind the hits “Black and Yellow” and “Young, Wild & Free” takes the mic alongside Young Jeezy, Tyga & more

50% Off Services

Studio 1230


$800 $400

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 51% Off Zipline Adventure

Lark Valley Zip Lines


$118 $59

Two-hour zipline tours send riders gliding along a canopy track that stretches across more than a mile of verdant forest

Up to 40% Off at Gravity Powered Sports

Gravity Powered Sports


$295 $199

Instructors guide skydivers as they dive out of planes, whether solo or in tandem, and land safely on the ground

Up to 53% Off at Fort Knox Paintball

Fort Knox Paintball


$100 $49

Battle all day on a collection of themed paintball fields that includes a Wild West town, a pirate ship, and a bridge over a POW camp

Up to 76% Off Summer Bounce-House Passes

Jungle George's

Fort Wayne

$100 $39

Kids jump and tumble in a facility full of bounce houses, play arcade games, and snack on pizza, ice cream, and sandwiches

Up to 56% Off Community Festival in Lafayette

Dancing in the Streets


$20 $10

Downtown street festival hosts three stages with live music, dancing, DJs, a classic-car parade, and a kids' corner

Up to 55% Off at White River Zip Line

White River Zip Line


$109 $49

Brand new zipline park lets visitors soar through the trees, including down a 1,000 ft. mega line, during an up to three-hour excursion

Up to 47% Off Two-Hour Private Cruise

New Buffalo Sailing Excursions

New Buffalo

$300 $159

Groups climb aboard a 31-foot sailboat to enjoy a 2-hour cruise during the day, sunset or at night with light snacks provided; BYOB friendly

Up to 55% Off Horseback Riding Lessons

Sterling Shields Stables and Riding Academy


$65 $32

Seventeen acres of lush pasture form backdrop for horseback riding lessons in disciplines such as English, hunter/jumper, and dressage

Up to 53% Off at Mudocalypse



$70 $35

For 3–5 miles, competitors take on a post-apocalyptic, muddy course full of obstacles including tire traps, climbing walls, and mud pits

Up to 54% Perch-Fishing Trip

Captain Hook's Charter Fishing

St. Joseph

$90 $45

Perch jerkers join a 60-foot boat to catch perch averaging 6–10 inches; makes a great Father's Day gift for fishers

Up to 45% Off Dirty Creek 5K Mud Run

Fat Heads Rescue

Dirty Creek Farms

$50 $30

Competitors splash their way through a 5K course slicked in mud, and celebrate finishing with a free beer; proceeds benefit Fat Heads Rescue

Up to 56% Off Indianapolis Bride Expo

Indianapolis Bride Expo

The Crane Bay

$40 $19

Attendees are treated to a strolling bridal fashion show, as well as tastings, tips, and advice from more than 100 wedding professionals

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Old World Gondoliers & Electric Boat Tours enchants passengers, sending them on scenic glides down the Indianapolis Canal. It also accommodates couples with romantic private jaunts where they can tie the knot, travel to or from their wedding, or chase down the white whale that swallowed their bridal party. Aboard Old World Gondoliers & Electric Boat Tours' newest addition to the fleet, an electric boat, guests may bring a picnic and drink vino as a guide narrates their journey through the city.

Old World Gondoliers & Electric Boat Tours runs seasonally from May 1 through October 1 by reservation.

337 W 11th St.

Kaysan's 5th Down Bar and Grill is Fort Wayne's plasma-TV-laden home base for football games and casual American fare. Starters, such as potato skins ($6.99) or crispy cheese fries ($4.99), offer a main course warm-up that's easy to finish, unlike NFL players' usual pre-game attempt at forming a human parallelogram. For an inventive twist on a long-time favorite, order an entree such as the Korean-spiced Kaysan's famous oriental sesame wing dinner (half order for $7.49, full order for $12.29) or the 5th down grande burrito ($12.99). In addition to the white wines, red wines, and golden micro- and macro-brews on the wine and beer menu, Kaysan's specialty drink menu offers concoctions including the "Cocaine Lady," a mind-bending mix of vodka, Kahlúa, and Baileys.

5830 Challenger Pkwy
Fort Wayne,

Established: 2004
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Reservations/Appointments: Optional
Most popular offering: Three hours for $10
Pro Tip: Weekends are the busiest time, but also the most fun with more gamers all playing together.
Good for Kids: Yes
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes

Q&A with Zack Johnson, Owner, Founder

What sets your business apart from your competition?
We are the only facility of our kind that offers fun weekend overnight events for middle- and high-school video-game enthusiasts. We are also [an] eSports tournament facility.

What was the inspiration for starting this business?
Zack Johnson, started this business after holding lock-in events at his church while he was the youth director. He decided it would be easier to set up the equipment somewhere permanently and charge by the hour for use. All of the stores feature lock-ins every single Friday and Saturday night, and there are major events every holiday.

What is the best reaction you’ve ever gotten from a customer?
Parents are continuously thankful for creating such a family-friendly place to leave their kids, and the kids never want to leave.

What’s your favorite part about your job?
We love getting to know all of our gamers, both young and old. It is also great to watch situations like a college football lineman sit down next to a small, shy, high-school freshman and instantly they have a bond through the game they are playing together.

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
Many people ask why they would play at our facility when they own the games at home. We always explain that it is the social aspect that draws customers to us, not just the number of systems and games we offer. Instead of playing alone in your bedroom or basement with a headset, you can sit next to friends both old and new and give them a high five at the end of a game.

619 N Burkhardt Rd

There are bears at Jellystone Park at Lake Monroe—two of them, to be precise. They hang around the flag pole each morning, loom during story time just before bed, pose for photos with children, and, almost always, dress in dapper neckties.

Yogi Bear and Boo Boo, Jellystone’s resident ursine population, welcome families to campgrounds that lie under a canopy of trees near the shores of Lake Monroe. Rustically inclined campers can set up tents deep in the woods, and nearly 100 pull-through campsites offer electric, water, and sewer hookups. For camping with access to modern amenities, there are spacious cabins built to withstand the mightiest huffing and puffing from the mascots' cartoon enemies.

Pools, mini golf, and hiking trails fuel hours of family fun, which includes a snowball toss during Christmas in July and a pudding wrestling match during the Death by Chocolate weekend. [Located] [15 minutes south of Bloomington](, the campground can form a launch pad for excursions to golf courses, wineries, and other cultural attractions near Indiana University Bloomington.

9392 S Strain Ridge Rd

As a professional dancer and choreographer, Carrie Rezabek Dorr knew the benefits of exercise. Combining her dance background with her training in Pilates, Dorr developed Pure Barre, a workout that tones the whole body by incorporating stretching and small isometric movements. Gentle on the joints, Pure Barre strengthens the body while targeting hard-to-tone areas such as the hips, inner thighs, and bellybutton.

726 Adams St

Hot off the best turnaround season in recent memory, the Cardinals are poised to make another run at the NCAA Tournament. The team is ripe with returning stars, including three-point wizard Randy Davis and 2009–10 Mid-American Conference All-Freshman Jauwan Scaife, as well as talented newcomers. Together, they're poised to pick apart opponents such as Indiana State, Kent State, and Western Michigan inside the booming confines at Worthen Arena.

2000 W University Ave