10. Columbu

The small city of Columbus, which is about 40 miles (60 kilometres) south of Indianapolis, is home to numerous artistic and architectural gems.

9. Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial

The Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial, tucked away in a rural and isolated area of the state, safeguards and preserves the farm location where the former president spent a large portion of his childhood.

8. New Harmony

The quaint and affluent town of New Harmony, which is located on the Wabash River's banks and shares a border with Illinois, is well situated in the southwest of the state.

7. Amish Country

Indiana has the third-largest Amish population in the United States after Pennsylvania and Ohio, with many farms, families, and communities concentrated near Shipshewana and Middlebury.

6. George Rogers Clark National Historical Park

The George Rogers Clark National Historical Park, which honours the distinguished general's life and the lauded and prosperous Illinois Campaign, is situated on the banks of the Wabash River.

5. Bloomington

Bloomington, which is home to Indiana University's main campus, has a dynamic, youthful vibe, with most of city life centred around the university and its sizable student community.

4. South Bend

South Bend is located in the northern part of the state, close to the border with Michigan, on the St. Joseph River's southernmost bend.

3. Indiana Dunes National Park

The nearly 25-mile (40-kilometer) Indiana Dunes National Park safeguards a variety of beautiful and unique ecosystems and landscapes along Lake Michigan's stunning southern coast.

2. Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne, the second-largest city in the state, is located close to the Ohio border in the northeast of Indiana.

1. Indianapoli

The capital and greatest city of Indiana, Indianapolis, is located on the banks of the White River and is smack dab in the middle of the state.