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Kitchen-Free Thanksgiving in Southern Indiana

Thanksgiving is looking different this year for families across the country. Many are opting out of large gatherings because of covid-19. That means fewer people to help with the turkey and those famous Thanksgiving side dishes. If you don’t want to

National #PretendToBeATimeTraveler day is December 8th! Celebrate by taking a trip back in time right here in #southernIndiana.

Here are some of the spots that you can discover the local past and the history of the world!

Falls of the Ohio State Park

Falls of the Ohio

Falls of the Ohio

Travel back 390 million years and hike on the

SoIN’s holiday guide for food, drinks and entertainment

Scents of fresh pine, roasting cedar and cinnamon spices will soon fill the air. It’s the time of year for holidays. Turkey and ham dinners become the norm. Charlestown Christmas City and local Jingle Walks are great standards whether you live

Labor Day weekend will be here before you know it, so we at SoIN Tourism want to provide you with some ideas to get a head start on an awesome Labor Day weekend. From international cuisine, classic cars to Broadway musicals, start with this list to explore some of the pretty cool things going on in

January 29th is ‘National Plan for Vacation Day’ and now is the best time to get a jump start on planning your next getaway. Before you do, check out what these locals have to say for tips to plan your exciting getaway to southern Indiana. We’re #SoIN, and we think you’ll agree!

Donna Wimbec

Donna Wimbec

The holidays are upon us, and families and friends will gather together over a meal to celebrate. To help make your dining with loved ones extra-special, here are ideas on how and where to enjoy some of the region’s best cuisine.

Huber White WineStart With a Sip
Sample the Spiced Apple Wine from Huber Orchards,

Staff Picks: Here are a few of our favorite things

OK, so we weren’t able to find cream-colored ponies or crisp apple strudels. Neither were we able to visit every small business in SoIN. However, we can assure you that after taking a simple stroll on Market Street in New Albany or Spring Street in

Ask a child to name a big fossil, and they’ll probably give you the name of a dinosaur like T. rex, Diplodocus, or Triceratops.

How many times will someone say a coral or sponge? Probably never – unless they have visited the fossil beds at the Falls of the Ohio.

Fossil beds at the Falls of the Ohio

A few fossils at the Falls can