Weekends Uncorked @ Two-EE's

Two-EE’s adds great wine to a fail-proof formula of food+music with Weekends Uncorked, April through October. Featuring live jams from various local, regional and national musicians, food from local vendors and our famous Plonqe’ slushies, Uncorked is the ultimate weekend destination in Northeast Indiana.

67808 US-24
Huntington, IN 46750


Board & Brush Creative Studio

Board & Brush is a studio located in Roanoke, IN, where you can choose from over 100 plus wood signs from their gallery to create and customize for your home. All of the materials are furnished to customize your sign including the wood, paint colors, stain choices and stencils along with guided instruction in their workshop. Check out their website for details, session times and prices so that you can begin creating!

160 South High Street
Roanoke, IN 46783


Forks of the Wabash Historic Park

Historic Forks of the Wabash pays tribute to two hundred years of settlement by the Miami Indians, to the woodsmen and traders who first brought western goods and ideas to this land, to the craftspeople and laborers who built the canal and the towns, to the business people and farmers who brought prosperity to the Wabash Valley, and to the school teachers and artists who brought Western culture to these lands.The gift shop, wooded trail, and large covered picnic area are used by thousands of school children each year on educational field trips. They also have a large room that can be reserved for special events.

Check the schedule for events on the website.

2011 West Park Drive
Huntington, IN 46750



Giggabuggy Painting Studio

Fun studio offering painting sessions for everyone, regardless of artistic ability. Party and event space available.

22 North Jefferson Street
Huntington, IN 46750




Goodrich Huntington 7

Stadium seating movie theater

350 Hauenstein Road
Huntington, IN 46750


Huntington County Historical Museum

Visitors trace the history of Huntington County from prehistory, Miami Indian and French Voyageur period, Canal era and pioneer settlement to today. You’ll want to check out the Caswell Runyan cedar chests, outhouse exhibits, displays of the Wabash and Erie Canal, railroad, and new rotating exhibits that keep visitors coming back to discover what’s new and old at the Huntington County Historical Museum.

315 Court Street
Huntington, IN 46750


Huntington Drive-In Theater

Hop in your car and head over to Huntington for a night of nostalgic fun! The Goodrich Twin Huntington Drive-In Theatre is one of only 20 operating drive-ins in Indiana (2013, Drive-ins.com) and the evening will delight folks of all ages!

Please check their website for schedule information, start times, and movie selections.

1291 Condit Street
Huntington, IN 46750


Indiana History/Genealogy Room Huntington City/Township Public Library

Located inside the Huntington County City-Township Public Library, is the depository for Huntington County history. Visitors travel here from all over the country to trace their family lines. Many patrons stay for two or three weeks at a time.

The Indiana Room is a non-circulating reference and resource collection of historic materials pertaining to the history of Huntington County. In addition to complete microfilm  files of county newspapers, it has files on local businesses and industries, school yearbooks and Huntington city and county directories dating from 1892 to the present. Books have been collected from states east of Indiana to the Atlantic coast to aide research.

255 West Park Drive
Huntington, IN 46750


Merillat Centre for the Arts, Huntington University

The Merillat Centre for the Arts (MCA), located on the campus of Huntington University, houses a large auditorium, a recital hall and an intimate studio theater where performances such as musicals, plays and concerts are shown throughout the year. The Robert E. Wilson Gallery showcases exhibits from students, faculty and the community including the annual Juried Student Art Exhibit.
The MCA is also equipped to host banquets and conferences and may be rented out for various occasions.

2303 College Avenue
Huntington, IN 46750


Pulse Opera House

The Pulse Opera House in Warren was built in 1884 and is still entertaining audiences today. Under the direction of Cynthia Smyth-Wartzok and Ron Wartzok, the opera house has operated as a not-for-profit theatre, specializing in melodramas, comedies, and musicals. Combining the history of the theatre with local and area talent, the Pulse Opera House is playing to enthusiastic audiences in Warren, Indiana. See website for upcoming productions.

127 North Wayne Street
Warren, IN 46792


The Quayle Vice Presidential Learning Center

A center for learning about the history, responsibilities and contributions of the office of the vice president and government.

Open Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
May close to public due to school programming – check ahead!
Closed on major holidays

Inquire For Group Pricing For Programs

815 Warren Street
Huntington, IN 46750


Roanoke Area Heritage Center

Preserving the heritage of Roanoke, Indiana. Open 10 a.m. to Noon Saturdays April through November or call 260.672.3252 for an appointment.

The Roanoke Area Heritage Center features an array of memorabilia unique to the town, from uniforms and class pictures from the former Roanoke-Jackson Township High School, to Native American artifacts to a desk carved decades ago from the wooden gates of the Dickie Lock, or Lock No. 4, on the Wabash and Erie Canal. The center also includes information on area history including famous residents Kilsoquah, granddaughter of Chief Little Turtle and Gene Hartley, Indy car racer.

102 W. First Street, Roanoke




Salamonie Valley Historical Museum

USS Salamonie Memorabilia

1232 Nancy Street
Warren, IN 46792


Sheets Wildlife Museum

Take an adventure into the kingdom of the wild. Nearly 200 species of exotic animals and marine life. 56 seat theater, gift shop, and interactive children’s area.

The museum offers 75 lesson plans for K-5, covering state standards in science, math, language, arts, social studies, visual arts, and writing.

Open Tuesday through Saturday for general tours, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Adults – $4.00
55 and Older – $2.00
Children 4 to 15 – $2.00
Children under 4 are Free!
Ask for group discounts

200 Safari Trail
Huntington, IN 46750
260.356.WILD (9453)


Sunken Gardens/Shakespeare Gardens

The Sunken Gardens are located in Huntington, Indiana on West Park Drive and were constructed on the remnants of an old stone quarry between 1923 and 1928. The Sunken Gardens features various plantings, fishponds and stone structures and are often the site of weddings and social gatherings.

1200 West Park Drive
Huntington, IN 46750


Veteran's Memorial

The Veterans Memorial is the gem of Memorial Park. It is a beautiful, soelmn space built to honor all five branches of military.

The Sherman tank was moved to its current location and the Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star jet was added during park renovations in 2015. The Veterans Memorial also includes a Purple Heart exhibit built with the support of local citizens. The space was designed with visitors in mind, and offers convenient access to parking. The Veterans Memorial may be used for ceremonies or gatherings to honor all branches of military.

The Veterans Memorial is a place where all are invited to learn, reflect, and offer respect to those who serve and have served our country.

To inquire about use of the Veterans Memorial for approved purposes, call the Parks Program Director at (260) 358-2323.

Veterans Memorial Park

1200 West Park Drive