Adventure and Fun in Washington County, Indiana

Welcome to the heart of Southern Indiana, where picturesque landscapes, warm hospitality, and a touch of nostalgia await you. Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and embark on an unforgettable journey through Washington County, a charming destination that promises to soothe your soul and ignite your sense of adventure.

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Taco Bell
1319 E. Hackberry Street, ,

Taylor Arts
99 E US Highway 150, ,

Taylor Arts features artisan custom bracelets, earrings, jewelry sets, rings and necklaces. Visit their Facebook page for more information by visiting

Thai Lotus
105 S. Main Street, ,

Thai Lotus strives to bring authentic Thai cuisine to Washington County . Thai Lotus is a family owned restaurant across three generations. After success with our first Restaurant in Bloomington; we wanted to expand our cuisine and brought over our chef who has over 15 years of experience! We use only the freshest and top quality ingredients. By allowing you to make changes such as spice variation, our aim is to make everyone a part of our family.

The Destination Bed & Breakfast
206 N. Harristown Road, ,

The Destination is a tranquil country setting nestled in the rolling hills of Southern Indiana, less than an hour from Louisville, Kentucky, and fewer than 90 minutes from Indianapolis, Indiana. Come experience the country; stay at our lovely Farm House Bed & Breakfast, Shop in the Vintage Market, or Celebrate your next event in The Yard, Gathering Room, or The Loft with exquisite meals straight from our kitchens.

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The Lanning House
206 E. Poplar Street, ,

Built in 1873, The Lanning House has been in the history of Washington County as a Bed and Breakfast for years. Situated in the center of Salem, guests are within walking distance of the Salem Square and just a few steps from the grounds of the John Hay Center. The residence was constructed of locally made brick from the Shrum Brickyard. Its colonial revival front porch was a later addition. The Lanning House offers a warm and welcoming environment for all ages. More information available on

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The Legacy of John Williams

John was a free man and a blacksmith living in Louisville in the 1810's, when Thomas & William Lindley (Quakers) were operating a freight wagon service, from Salem to Louisville, and back, when they first encountered each other. At some point John Williams assisted the Lindley brothers with wagon repairs and he quickly gained their trust and friendship. Sometime before the 1820 Census, the Lindley brothers convinced John to move to their father’s and become the blacksmith of the Blue River Quaker Community. John lived approximately six years in the home of Samuel Lindley, before purchasing 160 acres of land for himself, from his friend, Thomas L ...

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Thomas Jackson Rodman & The Rodman Gun

Thomas Jackson Rodman (1816 – 1871) was born on a farm northeast of Salem Indiana. He was an American artillerist, inventor, ordnance specialist, and career United States Army officer. He served as a Union Army officer during the American Civil War, in which he was noted for his many improvements and innovations concerning the artillery used by the Union forces. Thomas Jackson Rodman designed the largest cannon of the Civil War. It was a monstrous 20-inch caliber ship killer referred to as "the strongest cast iron cannon ever made". General Rodman also discovered the use of shaped gunpowder grains, in which properly compressing and shaping the ...

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Tumbleweed Tex-Mex Restaurant
1007 E. Hackberry Street, ,

Tumbleweed Tex Mex Grill & Margarita Bar, we only bring you the most authentic Tex Mex cuisine.

Twin Creek Valley & Henderson Park

Twin Creek Valley (624 Acres) is a mesic oak forest peppered with limestone glades, rock outcrops, scenic cove waterfalls, and numerous caves. This valley is a beautiful habitat for special cave animals, gorgeous spring wildflowers and for anyone who loves nature. Henderson Park is just a portion of Twin Creek Valley but is the only area developed for visitation. Henderson Park (400 acres) is owned by the City of Salem and is managed by The Nature Conservancy through a conservation easement designed to protect the forest, glades and caves at the site. Henderson Park is open to visitors for hiking and nature study. The park has a road system, albeit ...

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