These 9 Beautiful Covered Bridges In Indiana Will Remind You Of A Simpler Time

Covered bridges are gorgeous pieces of history that add charm and beauty to any rural town. Indiana has its fair share of these magical relics from the past, each a little different, that can help transport you back to a simpler time, before technology, massive highways, and pavement. Here are nine gorgeous covered bridges in Indiana just waiting for you to come see them:

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Covered Bridges in Indiana

October 07, 2021

What are some interesting historic places in Indiana?  

Indiana is a state filled with intriguing history and plenty of places to admire it at. There are literally a few dozen historic places and sites scattered throughout the state, and each one is worthy of a visit if you’re curious. For example, you can’t pass up an opportunity to visit the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial, in Lincoln City, which is the reconstructed cabin where the United States’ 16th President himself grew up. There is also Vincennes; as Indiana’s oldest town, it’s filled to the brim and then some with rich history and historic places. Check out the Vincennes State Historic Site while you’re there! If Native American History is more of your thing, you ought to visit Angel Mounds State Historic Site, an extraordinary glimpse into the lives and cultures of ancient peoples living in the area. No matter what your interests are, you’re likely to find a way to indulge them in beautiful Indiana.  

Where are some truly enchanting places in Indiana? 

Luckily for those who live in the Hoosier State, Indiana is a beautiful place to live and a charming place to visit. Many coastal folks tend to dismiss the Midwest as “flyover country”, but they’re missing out; Indiana is a lovely option for anyone hoping to find plenty of peace and quiet. There are lots of absolutely breathtaking, totally enchanting places here; for example, all of Brown County! Brown County is often called the most beautiful part of the entire state, and Brown County State Park is a wonderful place to explore it. There are also state parks like McCormick’s Creek State Park, Clifty Falls State Park, and Indiana Dunes State Park, all of which are nothing short of breathtaking no matter when you visit. For a longer, more in-depth list of some truly enchanting places in Indiana, take a look at this article!