- Arts & Culture
- Local Flavor of Southern Indiana
- Family Fun
- Free Things to Do in Southern Indiana
- Riverside Experience
- Winter Activities
Arts District & Public Art
Stroll downtown Jeffersonville where flood wall murals, creative crosswalks, sculptural bike racks, and painted utility boxes have transformed the city into a beautiful canvas of color. Community members participate in the Jeffersonville Arts Alliance's "JAM Sessions" to create public art alongside professional artists and art educators.
Downtown New Albany is starting to become a growing and very vibrant art scene. Every year, the Carnegie Center for Art & History hosts a public art event. Held every year in the fall, the #IAmPublicArt event is a chance for you to not only see but to participate in making art.
NoCo Arts & Cultural District
The NoCo Arts and Cultural District is – No. (North) of Co. (Court Avenue). It is intimate, whimsical, full of color and walkable. This vibrant location is home to artists, makers, historians and inventors, all of which are transforming the area into an inspiring and intriguing place to live, work and visit! As a city on the move, this district epitomizes what we champion: creativity, community, innovation and progress!
Community play and gathering area on the south side of the Vintage Fire Museum
Water Tank Mural
Title - Perpetual Perception Created by Artist: Wilfred Sieg III Signature art piece for NoCo
629 Michigan Ave. - "Your friendly neighborhood workshop" - become a member and gain access to top of the line equipment
Vintage Fire Museum
73 Spring St. - A nationally known collection of firefighting engines and artifacts dating back to 1756!
Clark Co. History Museum
725 Michigan Ave. - working each day to collect, preserve, display, and interpret items of historical significance to Clark County, Indiana.
Walking path linking NoCo to Big 4 Bridge and Historic Downtown
Carnegie Center of Art & History
The Carnegie Center for Art & History, within the Downtown Historic District of New Albany, Indiana, is a contemporary art gallery and local history museum. The building first opened in 1904 as the Carnegie Library.
Ordinary People, Extraordinary Courage: Men and Women of the Underground Railroad
Depicts the national phenomenon of the Underground Railroad into sharp focus by revealing the contributions of ordinary people, both free and enslaved of people on both sides of the Ohio River to help overthrow the institution of slavery.
Remembered: the Life of Lucy Higgs Nichols
The exhibit guides visitors through Lucy's life, from 1838 - 1915. Period documents and letters detail her life as a slave in Tennessee, a nurse during the Civil War, and her post-war life in freedom.