Indiana isn’t just cornfields and open spaces. Tucked away in the quiet corners of the state, you’ll find a wealth of treasures in the small towns, full of cool things to see and do. From stunning street art that brings ordinary walls to life to fantastic foodie experiences, these off-the-radar attractions are precisely the experiences that capture the unique heart of America.
As the holiday season approaches and the first part of November gives way to the end of fall and the beginning of winter, the small town of Shipshewana, Indiana, transforms into a festive wonderland. The annual Lighting Up Shipshewana event marks the beginning of the Christmas season and draws visitors from near and far.
Michigan in wintertime is nothing short of a snowy wonderland, and when the festive season rolls around, it truly transforms into a dazzling display of holiday cheer. If you’re not sure where to begin, don’t worry! I have put together an amazing list of places to see Christmas lights in Michigan. From the quaint charm of small-town festivals to the grandeur of drive-through light displays, there’s a spectacle for everyone to enjoy.
I recently traveled to Hendricks County, Indiana, and the small town of Brownsburg, where the delightful and compelling Oinking Acres Farm Rescue and Pig Sanctuary is tucked away in a quiet corner.
No matter where you come from, you will fall a little in love with Oinking Acres and its many residents.
If your adventure in Memphis only includes museums and quick food stops, you’ll miss out on the city’s rich food culture and diverse dining scene. I was recently in Memphis, and food was one of the main focuses of my trip! So, let me share what I found with you, beginning with the first stop of the day, breakfast.