LOCATED TWO HOURS SOUTH OF INDIANAPOLIS
Plan your next overnight getaway to Indiana’s first state capitol, historic Corydon and beautiful Harrison County. Plenty of diverse accommodations and downhome charm allow you to experience Southern Indiana at its finest. Take a historic tour, explore ancient caverns, meander along scenic back roads, brave a zipline, or hike a hidden trail through O’Bannon Woods State Park. You can test your luck at Horseshoe Southern Indiana Hotel and Casino, find treasures in niche shops, or tempt your taste buds with five local wineries. And if craft beer is your liking, partake at a locally-owned brewery in downtown Corydon. You can also tap your toes to the sounds of the weekly music at various venues. Whatever you choose, you’ll find it here and take home memories to last a lifetime.
3-DAY TRIP ITINERARY
DAY 1— EARLY AFTERNOON: Start your day at Quibble Hill Winery where you can sit on the cozy front porch and enjoy great friends and great wine. LATE AFTERNOON/EVENING: Next, make your way to Scout Mountain Winery for wine tasting served with true southern hospitality. Find a new favorite to take home or enjoy it at the Historical Kintner House Inn located in downtown Corydon or stay at one of our clean, friendly local hotels.
DAY 2— MORNING: Satisfy your curious side by exploring our downtown and immersing yourself in our newest attraction The Harrison County Discovery Center then learn our rich history at Corydon Capitol State Historic Sites. AFTERNOON: As you browse our downtown shops make time to visit Zimmerman’s Art Glass to watch the lost art of off- hand glass blowing, then have lunch at Point Blank Brewing Company. EVENING: If you are looking for more adventure, head to Horseshoe Southern Indiana for an evening of gaming and entertainment or visit Corydon LIVE for live country music entertainment. Retire for the evening in one of our clean, friendly local hotels.
DAY 3— MORNING: Start your day with a late breakfast at Fredericks Café in downtown Corydon then traverse the rolling hills to Turtle Run Winery, an award winning winery that features over 30 varieties of wine. AFTERNOON: Best Vineyards Winery will be your next stop. Here you can sample some of the regions finest wines or visit the newest addition, the distillery. Best Vineyards Winery now serves up some of your favorite spirits too. The perfect way to end your Harrison County winery tour is at Indian Creek Winery, where great wine and good times are sure to happen.
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