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Vincennes/Knox County VISITORS & TOURISM BUREAU

VISITOR’S GUID E

1.800.886.6443 www.visitvincennes.org

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779 South 6th Street, Vincennes, Indiana


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RELIVE THE STORY

“Relive the Story” of Vincennes and Knox County with a glimpse of history at every turn. Founded in 1732 by Sieur de Vincennes, Francois Marie Bissot, Vincennes is Indiana’s first city. Visit the largest federal monument west of Washington D.C. also the site of an important U.S. victory with the capture of Fort Sackville. Step into a presidential mansion completed in 1804 and the original Indiana Territorial Capitol. Explore one of the most exceptional and wide-ranging collections of U.S. military history and laugh at the ageless humor of Red Skelton. We are more than just history and invite you to stop in our charming restaurants and antique stores. Our thriving Agri-Tourism and farm markets offer an array of fresh produce. It’s all here waiting for you!

TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S Attractions & Museums

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Arts & Culture

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Recreation

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Agri-Tourism

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Vincennes University

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Living History

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Dining

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Shopping

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Lodging

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We welcome you to stop by the Visitors Bureau for assistance. Office hours Monday-Friday 8AM - 4PM EST 779 South 6th Street Road, Vincennes IN 47591


Attractions & Museums

George Rogers Clark National Historical Park

401 South 2nd St. • 812-882-1776 ext.210 Visitor Center Only www.nps.gov/gero The park features a massive granite memorial located on the site of the former British Fort Sackville. During 1779, that post was captured by Lt. Col. George Rogers Clark and his army of 170 frontiersmen and Frenchmen.

Old Cathedral & Old Cathedral Library

Tours of the Library by appointment, 800-886-6443 205 Church St. • 812-882-5638 The current Old Cathedral was built in 1826 and stands on the site of three previous churches. Four bishops are buried in the crypt and the cemetery is the final resting place of over 4,000 early citizens of Vincennes. Across the courtyard from the Old Cathedral is the oldest library in Indiana. It contains ten thousand rare volumes dating back to 1319. On display in the museum are historic artifacts and books.

Grouseland-Wm. H. Harrison Mansion &Museum

3 West Scott St. • 812-882-2096 www.grouselandfoundation.org Grouseland is the former home of Wm. Henry Harrison and his family during his term as Governor of the Indiana Territory, 1803-1812. Harrison went on to become the 9th President of the United States.

Old French House

Tours by appointment, 800-886-6443 509 North 1st St. • 812-882-7422 The former home of French fur trader and Indian interpreter, Michael Brouillet, built around 1809. This house is an excellent example of French Creole architecture and is furnished as it would have been when the Brouillet family lived there.

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Vincennes State Historic Sites

1 West Harrison St. • 812-882-7422 www.indianamuseum.org/explore/vincennes Vincennes served as the capitol of the Indiana Territory. The original Capitol building used by the legislature has been preserved and designated as one of the major government buildings in the Midwest. Also included in the tour are the Jefferson Academy and the Elihu Stout Print Shop. Other local State Sites include the Old State Bank, Fort Knox II and Sugarloaf Mound.

Indiana Military Museum

715 South 6th St. • 812-882-1941 www.indianamilitarymuseum.org The museum includes one of the best comprehensive collections of military artifacts in the Midwest. Displays include indoor and outdoor exhibits of military aircraft, vehicles, artillery, uniforms, insignia, equipment and related artifacts spanning the Civil War through current military engagements.

Red Skelton Museum of American Comedy

20 Red Skelton Blvd. • 812-888-4184 GPS use: 100 West Portland www.RedSkeltonMuseum.org The museum celebrates the life and legacy of one of America’s greatest comedians. This fully interactive museum explores American comedy in the context of Red’s life and comedic genius and showcases it in a variety of formats. Highlights include: Freddie the Freeloader’s Sound Stage, a green screen experience with Red, a radio sound booth, Red’s iconic Pledge of Allegiance, a character gallery with costumes and props from his show, a gallery of Red’s original artwork and much more.

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Arts & Culture

Red Skelton Performing Arts Center

20 Red Skelton Blvd. • 812-888-4039 GPS use: 100 W. Portland www.redskeltonmuseum.org The 800 seat state of the art theatre features sophisticated sound, lighting and staging and is reminiscent of a European opera house with two seating balconies. The Red Skelton Museum is attached to the theatre and both are located on the campus of Vincennes University just one block from Red Skelton’s birthplace.

Old Town Players

432 Broadway St. • 812-882-1639 www.oldtownplayers.org Founded in 1977, Old Town Players is dedicated to presenting the performing arts as a means to stimulate and inspire through exceptional artistry. Through its volunteer-driven operations and programs, Old Town Players promotes educational opportunities for all ages in an atmosphere of caring, support and professionalism. As a non-profit community theatre, OTP is committed to the belief that the arts should involve, engage, reflect, and nourish the community it serves.

Northwest Territory Art Guild

316 B Main St. The Northwest Territory Art Guild was organized in 1965. The purposes of the guild are to promote art, various cultures, history, and to educate. The gallery is used to exhibit and sell collections of artwork, promote our local and area artists, and provide a space for our secondary students to exhibit and compete.

Art Space

521 Main St. • 812-887-6145 www.artspacevincennes.com This gallery and studio space is located in the 200-year old historic Cyrus Allen home. It is owned and operated by local artists Amy DeLap and Andrew Jendrzejewski. The studios are used for the production of their own paintings and sculptures which are available for sale. The exhibitions feature a variety of carefully selected contemporary art from artists throughout the country.

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Recreation

Country Club of Old Vincennes

2715 Washington Ave. • 812-882-9800 Slicers Bar & Restaurant • 812-255-0655 www.countryclubofoldvincennes.com A Vincennes tradition since 1921, the Country Club of Old Vincennes is renowned as one of the best courses in the area! Enjoy 18 holes in a plush wooded setting on the rolling hills of southern Indiana. Slicer’s Bar & Restaurant on site. Open to the public and available for outings.

Bicknell Country Club

5723 North Golf Course Rd. • Bicknell, IN 812-735-4518 • www.bicknellcountryclub.com This country club is proudly member owned and has served Knox County since 1924. It is one of the most challenging 18-hole courses in the area with rolling hills and seven ponds. The club house offers refreshments and a variety of BCC logo items.

Waggoner Farms Premier Driving Range

2126 North Old U.S. 41 • 812.885.0552 This facility features a covered and heated teeing area, 20 matted teeing boxes, a grass hitting area and a covered porch viewing area with televisions, snack and vending machines.

Camp Arthur Paintball Experience

5700 N. Camp Arthur Rd., Bruceville, Indiana 47516 812-324-2242 • www.camparthurpaintball.com Camp Arthur Paintball Experience currently has 3 fields ready for action. The pro shop offers a great selection of equipment for sale or rental. Bring your game to the beautiful grounds of Camp Arthur for a splashing experience!

Lyons Raceway Park

4425 West 300 South, Lyons, IN 812-659-2951• lyonsracewaypark.com Award-winning 1/8-mile NHRA dragstrip located just outside of Lyons, Indiana, featuring the area’s most exciting racing action! Special events including grudge racing, live music, wheelie contests, & more! Family friendly atmosphere with a playground, basketball court, covered pavilion seating, and fully accessible shower house.

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Agri-Tourism Apple Hill Orchard

6235 North Ford Rd., Bruceville 812-324-9010

Atkinson Farm Yarns

1601 North Atkinson Rd., Vincennes 812-726-1306

Blann Berries

12570 North Texas Gas Rd., Oaktown 812-745-4800

Halter’s Market

1926 North 6th St., Vincennes 812-882-0579

Mayall’s Market

5267 East Mayall Rd., Oaktown 812-745-5263

Melon Acres

5388 East Gauger Rd., Oaktown 812-745-2807

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McKinley’s Orchard Restaurant & Farm Stand Prairie Acres Farm Market

14469 North Old Highway 41, Oaktown 812-745-4175 14387 North Old Highway 41, Oaktown 812-745-3207

The Big Peach

The Melon Patch & Fresh Delish Deli 7738 North U.S. Highway 41, Bruceville 812-324-2548

Vincennes Historic Farmers Market 9423 North U.S. Highway 41, Oaktown 812-324-2505 102 North 2nd St., Vincennes 812-882-5162

Windy Knoll Winery

845 North Atkinson Rd., Vincennes 812-726-1600

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Vincennes University 1002 North First Street, Vincennes 812-888-8888 • www.vinu.edu

Located on the banks of the Wabash River, Vincennes University was founded in 1801 by the Governor of the Indiana Territory, William Henry Harrison, our nation’s only leader to establish a college prior to being elected President of the United States. VU is Indiana’s first college. Today VU is a state-supported college with campuses in Vincennes and Jasper and instructional sites throughout Indiana. Beyond the state, VU’s Military Education Program is nationwide and reaches overseas, and is among the largest such providers serving our armed forces. Offering 200 associate degree and certificate programs, VU also offers bachelor degrees in select programs such as technology, nursing, homeland security, and three secondary education programs. VU’s statewide enrollment is more than 19,000, with the Vincennes Campus attracting students from throughout Indiana, 28 states, and 22 countries. Tuition and fees are the most affordable among all Indiana campuses with residence halls. 8


VU’s modern campus features the Red Skelton Performing Arts Center, recognized as one of the top 25 “Most Amazing University Performing Arts Centers,” according to BestValueSchools.com. The Center’s namesake, Red Skelton, a Vincennes native, was a renowned performer on radio, television, and movies. Adjacent to the Center is the Red Skelton Museum of American Comedy, one of the most popular visitor sites in the community. Within a short stroll from campus are sites where American history was made. Visitors are encouraged to tour the home of U.S. President William Henry Harrison, the Indiana Territory Capitol, and a replica of Jefferson Academy, VU’s predecessor. Continue further along the Vincennes riverfront and you may visit the George Rogers Clark National Historical Park and adjacent sites, such as the Indiana Military Museum. From a frontier college to today’s trailblazer in technology, VU prepares graduates for exciting opportunities in fast-growing and diverse career fields.

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Living History

Spirit of Vincennes Rendezvous

Saturday & Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend French Commons www.spiritofvincennes.org

This Revolutionary War re-enactment features battles, authentic music and food prepared over open fires, jugglers, oxen demonstrations and much more!

Salute to the Veterans of WWII

Saturday & Sunday of Labor Day Weekend Indiana Military Museum www.indianamilitarymuseum.org This World War II event is highlighted by encampments, various combat units represented by re-enactors, presentations and battle scenarios. 10


Muster on the Wabash

First Saturday & Sunday in November Fort Knox II www.spiritofvincennes.org War of 1812 re-enactment event features period battles, gentlemen’s duel, crafts, confrontation between

Christmas at Grouseland

Tecumseh and Harrison.

December Grouseland – Wm H. Harrison Mansion & Museum www.grouselandfoundation.org Celebrate a traditional Christmas from the early 1800’s with period re-enactors speaking in first person, music, carriage rides, fun for kids and adults alike!

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Dining

Steaks & Seafood CafĂŠ Moonlight

512 Main St. | 812-255-0228

Gilbert's Restaurant & Pub 1350 Willow St. | 812-316-0800

Montana Mike's Steakhouse

Mexican

1626 Willow St. | 812-882-2818

El Corral Mexican Restaurant & Bar

630 Kimmell Rd. | 812-895-9422

La Fiesta Mexican Restaurant

1717 Hart St. | 812-886-3990 2222 North 6th St. | 812-895-0906 12

Italian

Bill Bobe's Pizzeria

1651 North 6th St. | 812-882-2992

Bobe's Pizza House 812 Main St. | 812-882-4546

Cabello's Basil Garden

301 West 11th St., Bicknell 812-735-2222

Procopio's Pizza & Pasta 127 N 2nd St. | 812-882-0914


Asian

1109 South 15th St. | 812-882-7088

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China House

Gracie's

Dragon 2000 Restaurant

All American

12 South 3rd St. | 812-882-0885

Asian Market Food & More

907 Main St. | 812-830-9672 711 Main St. | 812-316-0046

I'Mpressed Coffee

1427 North 6th St. | 812-255-5282

Arby's

Pea-fections

2565 Hart St. | 812-886-6151

323 Main St. | 812-886-5146

Dogwood Barbecue

The Melon Patch Fresh Delish Deli

2232 North 6th St. | 812-882-0552

Dot's Custom Cakes & Catering

9423 North US HWY 41 812-324-2505

101 Busseron St. | 812-882-1973

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Shopping Antiques

Riverwalk Antiques 124 Main St. | 812-886-4475

Shaker's Landing Antiques

Specialty

1238 South 18th St. | 812-886-6024

Charlie's Caramel Corn & Candy Shop 427 North 2nd St. | 812-882-8008

The Melon Patch 9423 North US HWY 41 812-324-2505

Natural Blessings Health Food Store 4 South 9th St. | 812-882-7437

Pearl & Chrome Home Interiors

309 Main St. | 812-886-6580

Pop Around the Clock

1725 Hart St. | 812-882-0882

Design Nook

Pretty Posies

FarmandSport.com

Raspberry Cottage

410 Main St. | 812-886-4715

2019 Washington Ave. | 812-882-1716

Jewel Craft Jewelers

Vanessa's Fashion & Accessories

421 North 7th St. | 812-882-6294

217 Main St. | 812-882-7603 14

317 Main St. Ste. A | 812-316-0770

213 Main St. | 812-882-6888


Additional Merchants Body Works Massage & Exercise Therapy 2710 Washington Ave. | 812-882-3346

Cantwell's Service Center

1602 Washington Ave. | 812-882-1574

Ewing Printing

All shops in the community welcome your visit!

516 Vigo St. | 812-882-2415

Hall of Hollywood Hoosiers 418 Main St. | 812-886-0254

S&S Trailer Sales Inc. 8846 North Boberg Dr., Bicknell 812-735-4781

The Original Company

522 Busseron St. | 812-882-6060 15


Comfort Suites

2555 Hart St., Vincennes 812-882-2244 Choice Hotels 800-228-5150 www.choicehotels.com

Dolls Motel

2015 O1d U.S. 41 South, Vincennes 812-882-0000

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Econo Lodge

600 Old Wheatland Rd., Vincennes 812-882-1479 www.econolodge.com

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Holiday Inn Express 2720 Battery Rd., Vincennes 812-886-6333 www.hiexpress.com

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Red Roof Inn

1800 Old Decker Rd., Vincennes 812-882-2100, 888-286-1918 www.vincennesmotel.com

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Super 8

609 Shirlee St., Vincennes 812-882-5101, 800-800-8000 www.super8.com

TownePlace Suites by Marriott

1320 Willow St., Vincennes 812-255-1500 www.towneplacesuites.com/EVVTS

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2814 North Church Rd., Vincennes 812-726-4603 www.bandb-hausedelweiss.com

Reily Home Bed & Breakfast

727 Buntin St., Vincennes 812-887-1628

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New Vision RV Park 13552 North US HWY 41, Oaktown 812-745-2125 www.newvisionrvpark.com

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George Rogers Clark NHP The Old Cathedral Complex The Old Cathedral Library & Museum The Old French House Grouseland Indiana Military Museum Vincennes State Historic Sites The Old State Bank Fort Knox II State Historic Site Red Skelton Museum of American Comedy

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Country Club of Old Vincennes Waggoner Farms Premier Driving Range Bicknell Country Club Ouabache Trails Park Gregg Park Camp Arthur Paintball Experience


AGRI-TOURISM 1. Windy Knoll Winery 2. Vincennes Historic Farmers Market 3. Halter’s Market 4. McKinley’s Orchard Restaurant 5. Prairie Acres 6. Melon Acres 7. Blann Berries 8. The Melon Patch 9. The Big Peach 10. Apple Hill Orchard 11. Mayall’s Market

Amish CountrΥ Tours

N E A R B Y AT T R AC T I O N S DAV I E S S C O U N T Y 6309 US Highway 50 Montgomery, Indiana 812.486.3491

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Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana Visitors Center

LST 325 WWII Landing Ship VA N D E R B U RG H C O U N T Y 840 LST Drive Evansville, Indiana 812.435.8678


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Calendar of Events First Friday ArtWalk

Held monthly in downtown Vincennes

FE BRUARY

Old Post Bluegrass Jam Beckes Student Union 800.886.6443

MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND Spirit of Vincennes Rendezvous French Commons 800.886.6443

Candlelight Tours

Grouseland & Vincennes State Historic Sites 800.886.6443

MAY-OCTOBER Vincennes Historic Farmers Market Riverfront Pavilion 812.882.5162

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Spring on Main 812.886.6443

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Red Skelton Festival 812.888.4184

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Watermelon Festival 812.882.6440

Germanfest 812.882.5889

L A B OR DAY WEEKEND

Salute to the Veterans of WWII 800.886.6443

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Annual Knox County Chili Cook-Off 800.886.6443

OCT OB ER Autumn on Main Street

800.886.6443

Walnut Grove Festival 812.882.2096

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Muster on the Wabash

800.886.6443

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Downtown Christmas Stroll & Parade of Lights 800.886.6443

NEW YEAR’S EVE Annual Watermelon Drop 800.886.6443

For information on any of the above events, please contact the Vincennes/Knox County Visitors & Tourism Bureau 779 South 6th Street 800-886-6443 www.visitvincennes.org


Dial & Discover

Cell Phone Tour

For a preview of our Historic Attractions “Dial and Discover.� Access our audio tours by dialing 812-703-4004, site code numbers are located next to their listings below. All audio tour calls are free except for cell phone plan usage.

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George Rogers Clark Memorial

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Old Cathedral Complex

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Old Cathedral Library & Museum

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Old State Bank

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Old French House & Indian Museum

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Territory Capitol SHS

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Grouseland

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Fort Knox II

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Indiana Military Museum

10. Sugarloaf Mound 11. Knox County Public Library 12. Pantheon Theater 13. Red Skelton Museum of American Comedy 14. Commemorative Walnut Grove


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