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Why Everyone In Indiana Should Visit This One Tiny Town – Part 2

Did you catch our piece a few days ago featuring a tiny town in Indiana called Nappanee? If not, you should really take a second to go back and check it out. Nappanee is a beautiful small and rural town where you can enjoy a horse buggy ride instead of having to ride in an automobile.

Between the feedback (comments) and the shares, it appears (from my end) that you did enjoy a small town in the state being featured. Between the pictures and the information, it is nice to know more about the cozy little towns of Indiana. For that reason, I decided to take one of YOUR suggestions and feature a second tiny town. So please, feel free to keep suggesting tiny towns in Indiana you think are awesome and deserve to be in the spotlight.

Let’s Take a Look at New Harmony, Indiana

New Harmony is the name of a small town in Posey County located on the Wabash River that is very rich in history. Did you know this town is home to less than 800 people?

New Harmony offers both residents and anyone passing through a pretty remarkable range of experiences: art galleries, museum exhibitions, professional summer theaters, a winter concert series, guided tours of historic properties, festivals, and unique shopping spots. New Harmony is a great little town to visit and an even better town to live in.

Can you think of any reasons why everyone should visit this one tiny town in Indiana? More importantly, can you believe there was a time where someone was able to pay $2 to own an entire town? How incredible is that? Let me know what your favorite part of this town is in the comments and don’t forget to share with any friends who you think need to go on a nice vacation.

Trisha Faulkner
Trisha Faulkner is a stay-at-home and work-at-home Hoosier momma. She is a huge advocate of Autism awareness, and loves her beautiful boy more than life itself. She is a native Indiana writer who types her best pieces for Only In Your State between 2-4AM when her toddler finally falls over asleep.