Try The Ultimate Nighttime Adventure With The Enchanted Luminaria Walk In Indiana
The holidays are a magical time and each year cities and towns all over the state celebrate with a variety of special events. Among them is the annual Enchanted Luminaria Walk at Minnetrista. This nighttime light walk takes place at the Minnetrista Museum & Gardens in Muncie, Indiana. The event is perfect for this holiday season, and you won’t want to miss it. Come along as we delve into the magic!
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Have you ever been to this nighttime light walk? If so, which part was your favorite? Did you find it to be among the most beautiful holiday lights in Indiana? We’d love to read about your experiences and see your photos in the comments section below!
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Out and About in Indiana
Where can we enjoy drive-thru holiday light displays in Indiana?
- Blue Jacket's Fantasy of Lights in Fort Wayne features over 150 holiday displays highlighted by an estimated 650,000 LED lights over a 2-mile route, all set to music you can listen to on your car radio.
- The annual Festival of Lights in Martinsville is an area favorite where you can drive or walk through at your leisure.
- The Santa Claus Land of Lights in the town of Santa Claus is the state’s quintessential holiday light display which meanders through the spacious Lake Rudolph Campground and RV Resort.
Read on to learn more about the many colorful drive-thru holiday light displays in Indiana.
Where can we enjoy annual festivals in Indiana?
- The Indianapolis 500 Festival takes place over the Memorial Day Weekend every year and is the signature state event celebrating the famous Indianapolis 500 car race.
- The Madison Chautauqua Festival of Art in Madison, which takes place during the last full weekend during the month of September, is a premier outdoor artistic event for not only the Southern Indiana area but the entire state.
- The Marshall County Blueberry Festival, held every year in the town of Plymouth over the 4-day Labor Day weekend, has been named one of the top 100 events in the United States.
Read on to learn more about the many exciting annual festivals in Indiana.
Where can we find historic sites in Indiana?
- The Madame C. J. Walker Manufacturing Company in Indianapolis is where this famous African American entrepreneur became this country’s first female self-made millionaire.
- The Mabel McDowell Elementary School in Columbus was designed by prominent 20th-century architect John Carl Warnecke.
- The Tippecanoe Battlefield Park in Battle Ground was the site of this famous battle fought by the Native Americans and US territory owners of the day.
Read on to learn more about the many interesting historic sites in Indiana.