Here Are The 10 Biggest Cities In Indiana

Wondering about some of the largest cities in Indiana? Whether you want to admit it or not, Indianapolis, Colts, corn, cars, and tractors pretty much sum up what people think when you mention Indiana. Whether you live in Indiana or not – how much do you really know about the state? How much do you know about some of the biggest cities in IN? And no, I’m not just talking about the most populated cities. I’m talking about a combination of the two. Here are the top ten:

There! Now, you know a little more about the 10 largest cities in IN and what they have to offer. Are you surprised to see any of the cities on this list? Let us know in the comments!

Want to get to know the Hoosier State even better? Check out these facts about Indiana.

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What are the best restaurants in Indiana?

Hungry in the Hoosier State? Check out some of the best restaurants in Indiana:

Octave Grill: Located in Chesterton, you’ll find this hamburger restaurant. Choose from an assortment of signature burgers like the Figgy Piggy or Hot Pants. Plus, many of the toppings and ingredients used here are from local farms and other businesses.

Blue Gate Restaurant: This restaurant in Shipshewana serves traditional Amish fare. Check out the Amish beef and noodles or the Amish door casserole. They even offer family-style dining and have a small bakery on the premises.

Kelsey’s Steakhouse: You’ll find this steakhouse in Valparaiso. Grab a delicious cut of meat like their famous prime rib or a seafood dish like wild-caught walleye.

What are the best small towns in Indiana?

We learned what the largest cities in Indiana are, but how about the best small towns in Indiana? Check out some of these gems:

Goshen: This Elkhart County town is near to the Michigan border in north Indiana. Explore the Amish community and some history through the Old Bag Factory. And if you find yourself there during July, check out the Elkhart County Fair, one of the largest in the U.S.

Shipshewana: This LaGrange County town is known for holding its annual seasonal flea market, the largest in all of the Midwest. It is also a great stop on the Heritage Trail with the opportunity to visit Menno-Hof and The Dutch Creek Farm Animal Park.

Metamora: Located in Franklin County, this tiny town makes up for its small population in its offerings to tourists. Explore history at the grist mill, mine for gems, or just browse the unique shops.

What is Indiana known for?

Wondering what Indiana is known for? Well, a lot. Check out some of the most interesting below:

Indianapolis 500: The Indy 500 is one of the most important and popular races to take place every year. It was first held all the way back in 1911. The race takes place Memorial Day weekend in Speedway.

Automobiles: Many cities in IN are home to car manufacturing plants. A few examples include Subaru, General Motors, and Honda.

Electricity city wide: In late October of 1884, the city of Wabash was the very first in the whole world to be fully lit with electricity.

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