SOUTHERN INDIANA VISITOR CENTER

 Whether you’re here on vacation, on a business trip, camping, or have walked or biked over the Big Four Bridge to see us, our Visitor Center is a great place to begin your southern Indiana visit!

Conveniently located in downtown Jeffersonville, our helpful staff can answer your questions and provide brochures, maps, and other helpful material on area hotels, restaurants, parks, campsites, entertainment, and attractions.  We also have a gift shop with local and Indiana souvenirs, books, art, and other unique memorabilia.

Visitors center map

Directions to the Southern Indiana Visitor Center from Interstate 65 North and South:

From I-65 South

• Take Exit 1 (Stansifer Avenue and 10th Street)
• At the stoplight, cross Stansifer to continue onto US 31
• Veer right for Court Avenue Exit Ramp
• Turn Left on to Court Avenue
• Turn Right on to North Shore Drive
• At the stop sign, turn Right on to Southern Indiana Avenue
• The Visitor Center is the yellow building located at 305 Southern Indiana Avenue, Jeffersonville, Ind. 47130

From I-65 North

• Take Exit 0 (Court Avenue)
• At the bottom of the exit ramp, turn Left on to Court Avenue
• Turn Left on to North Shore Drive
• At the stop sign, turn Right on to Southern Indiana Avenue
• The Visitor Center is the yellow building located at 305 Southern Indiana Avenue, Jeffersonville, Ind. 47130

While you’re online, click Plan Your Visit listing of restaurants, popular attractions, shopping, and lodging in Clarksville, Jeffersonville, and New Albany.

The design of the Clark & Floyd Counties Convention & Tourism Bureau’s Visitor Center is unique and symbolic. Opened to the public in 1997, the Indiana limestone wall symbolizes the state of Indiana. The wall structure also contains architectural references of the nearby historic Louisville Municipal Bridge Building, which symbolizes the importance of bridges—as physical and metaphoric connections among the surrounding Indiana and Kentucky communities. The bright yellow portion of the Visitor Center serves a “sunny” welcome to Southern Indiana.