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Be sure you don't' miss a moment, a photo opportunity or an adventure! Here you'll find over 400 animals in the oldest zoo in Indiana. A chocolate factory tour that invites you to take a dip. A farmer's market that first opened its doors in 1924. A kids' museum that teaches with infectious fun. And that's just the beginning.

18 Vodka

State-of-the-art distillery located in the heart of the Midwest is a place where technology meets tradition. With over 18 distillation chambers in 2 grand copper columns, our distillery is one of a kind. From producing one batch to thousands of ... Read more

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Bethel College

An evangelical Christian college affiliated with the Missionary Church, Bethel College is uniquely qualified to provide educational opportunities for all students, both traditional and adult, who are interested in a liberal arts program of studies ... Read more

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Eck Visitors' Center at the University of Notre Dame

Make your first stop prior to your campus visit the Eck Visitors' Center.  View a 20-minute video outlining the tradition and mystique that is the University of Notre Dame. Complimentary student-guided walking tours available Monday through Friday ... Read more

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Ernestine M Raclin School of the Arts, IUSB

IUSB is quickly becoming one of the largest campuses in the Indiana University system, which means there is no shortage of great things to see. At the Ernestine M. Raclin School of Art, visitors can stroll through the visual art gallery. Not to ... Read more

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Hannah Lindahl Children's Museum

Please touch!  This hands-on museum is fun for children of all ages.  This is a place where many scientific and historical items are arranged with kids in mind at their eye-level and ready for young hands to examine them.  Children of all ages are ... Read more

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Hannah Lindahl Children's Museum

Please touch!  This hands-on museum is fun for children of all ages.  This is a place where many scientific and historical items are arranged with kids in mind at their eye-level and ready for young hands to examine them.  Children of all ages are ... Read more

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Holy Cross College

Holy Cross College is a Catholic, co-educational, residential institution of higher education founded by and operated within the tradition of the Congregation of Holy Cross.  The College's unique baccalaureate program consists of three requirements ... Read more

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Indiana University South Bend

As part of the Indiana University system, IU South Bend provides all of the programs and services of a large university combined with the advantages and atmosphere of a smaller campus.  IU South Bend offers 1,600 courses each semester in nearly 100 ... Read more

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Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana

Ivy Tech Community College is the state's second largest public post-secondary institution.  Ivy Tech has 14 regions throughout Indiana and serves as the engine of workforce development in the state, offering degree programs and training that are ... Read more

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Military Honor Park

Outdoor miltary park and indoor museum.  Displays include airplanes, tanks, weaponry, uniforms, small artifacts, research library and gift shop.

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Morris Performing Arts Center

Experience this historic landmark, originally built in 1921 as a vaudeville house. Through the 20s, 30s and 40s, guest artists such as Amos and Andy, Houdini, Imogene Coco and even Frank Sinatra performed at the Morris. The Morris even hosted the ... Read more

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Morris Performing Arts Center

Experience this historic landmark, originally built in 1921 as a vaudeville house. Through the 20s, 30s and 40s, guest artists such as Amos and Andy, Houdini, Imogene Coco and even Frank Sinatra performed at the Morris. The Morris even hosted the ... Read more

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Oliver Mansion and Center for History

The magnificent museum campus is anchored by the Center for History, showcasing Copshaholm, which is an elegant 38-room Victorian mansion, plus a charming cottage reflecting the 1930s, a gallery that chronicles local history, a gallery of Notre Dame ... Read more

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Potawatomi Conservatories

The lush jungle feel of the Morris Conservatory with its large rubber trees, bamboo and citrus trees and the relaxing sound of the small waterfall surrounded by bougainvillea, bird of paradise and many other exotic plants found in the Muessel-Ellison ... Read more

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Potawatomi Zoo

The oldest zoo in Indiana is home to more than 400 animals, specializing in large cats, primates, Australian animals and poison dart frogs.  More than 23 acres of pleasing grounds, a zoo train and a full service concession stand and gift shop. 

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Saint Mary's College

Saint Mary's College in Notre Dame, Ind., is one of America's top 100 liberal arts colleges, offering bachelor's degrees in more than 30 major areas of study, including six nationally accredited programs: art, chemistry, education, music, nursing and ... Read more

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Satek Winery

Located a little over an hour from South Bend, Satek Winery is a tasting room, vineyard, and production facility that has a diverse portfolio that includes nearly 30 wines, some being award-winning varieties.

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South Bend Chocolate Company

The South Bend Chocolate Company's Chocolate Museum houses a collection that is among the worlds largest, specializing in North American chocolate companies.  The collection includes rare boxes, tins, pots and containers of every size, shape and ... Read more

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South Bend Civil Rights Heritage Center and The Natatorium

Many local residents fondly remember the Natatorium as the place where generations of children learned to swim. In sharp contrast to these sentimental emotions, the reality of this building is that it represented, and still represents for many ... Read more

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South Bend Museum of Art

Since 1947, the South Bend Museum of Art has provided insight into the art, history and culture of the region and nation. An architectural delight designed by Phillip Johnson and John Burgee, the museum occupies three levels of Century Center and ... Read more

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Studebaker National Museum

Experience 114 years of transportation history at the Studebaker National Museum.  This state-of-the-art museum reflects the design traditions of Studebaker buildings from the 1920s and 1930s.  Exhibits include topics relating to the Studebaker ... Read more

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The Kitchen BMX & Skatepark

Nestled behind the South Bend Chocolate factory on Sample Street is one of South Bend's hidden gems. The Kitchen BMX and Skatepark, the home practice site for action sports superstar Brett Banasiewicz, is one of the country's premiere indoor BMX ... Read more

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University of Notre Dame

There is no shortage of beauty or excitement on the Notre Dame campus. Catch a football game, and witness the 125 year old tradition of Irish Football. Or take an easy stroll through campus to see Touchdown Jesus and the Golden Dome. Notre Dame's ... Read more

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