Indiana

Indiana Travel Guide

Articles about Indiana

By Max Grinnell

Can’t stand the sight of one more ambiguous watercolor? Good news: the hotel art scene is breaking free of mass-produced “abstract” art. On display at these hotels: video installations, visual odes to the Louisville Slugger, and portraits made out of 3,400 combs.

By Travel + Leisure Staff

From Maine to California, Montana to Texas, T+L spotlights where to play, eat, and sleep this summer

By Kate Appleton

From Maine to California, Montana to Texas, T+L spotlights where to play, eat, and sleep this summer

By Caroline Hallemann
With a recent opening of a museum-hotel in Durham, North Carolina; a pair of properties currently under construction in Oklahoma City and Lexington, Kentucky; and three more projects in the early stages of development, hospitality brand 21c is bui...
By Lindsay Taub
By Meredith Bethune
“We have a circus and sideshow mentality to the way we do business,” says Brandon Hodge, owner of the retro-inspired Big Top Candy Shop in Austin, TX. “When customers walk in they can have a few minutes where time stands still.” The yellow and ...

Hotels in Indiana

The “country French” property has easy access to shops and restaurants. Rooms are decorated in bright colors, but the owners create a warm atmosphere with personalized service and homemade food.

Restaurants in Indiana

Indulge in table-side make-your-own sundaes.

Things to do in Indiana

For a unique taste of the outdoors, try rafting the 1,900-foot East Race Waterway using water from the St. Joseph River.