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Bloomington, IN 47404
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Miller-Showers Park is a huge park in town. It features many water elements, statues, trails and walking paths.
Since 1998, the Upland Brewing Company has been serving Bloomington and its nearby towns. This brewery brews sours, ales and lagers; it offers a mix of traditional items with a contemporary twist. It also has seasonal varieties, but regulars need not fret as many brews are offered throughout the year too. And, if you find the beer making process intriguing, you can join the Upland Brewing Company tour that takes you through the entire brewery. The brewery also features a brew pub, where you can not only sample Upland sours and ales, but savor delightful dishes that are offered here; there is a special kids menu for your little ones too. It can also be hired for private events and celebrations; can accommodate 100-150 guests and arrangements for more people can also be made. The open times for the brew pub varies from that of the brewery tasting hours, please check the website for more information on the same.
The Monroe County Courthouse is a magnificent structure located in the city of Bloomington. The courthouse was established in 1818, but has gone through several restorations and modifications. The initial building was a log structure, which was converted to brick and finally a stone structure was erected, which stands till date. Built with the Beaux Arts style of architecture, the court building speaks of grandeur in every possible way. The beautiful dome that adorns it looks splendid from inside as well. The courthouse functions even today and continues to serve the people of Monroe County.
Griffy Lake is a wonderful place for outdoor activities. You can do fishing and boating on the lake. There are many trails such as hiking, nature and wetlands if you want to explore the area. You also picnic or sunbathe on its shores however swimming is not allowed.
Showalter Fountain is famous landmark in Fine Arts Square on the campus of Indiana University. The sculpted work of Ralph Laurent which shows the mythical goddess Venue coming out of a clamshell. It is named the 'Birth of Venue.' The fountain is named after Grace Montgomery Showalter who had funded this project.
Built in 1835, the Wylie House is the house of the first President of Indiana University, Andrew Wylie. It is now an iconic historic house museum and demonstrates the lives of those who lived during that era.
The Indiana University Bloomington is the largest faction of Indiana University. Known for it's excellent research programs, it also houses on its campus the IU Art Museum, which displays some extraordinary pieces of work. These include masterpieces of prominent artists like Claude Monet and Jackson Pollock.
Bloomington Brewing Co. was established in 1994 and was the Southwest's pioneer microbrewery. This small brewery is known for its unfiltered beers. Take a tour of this friendly facility and get to know first-hand how they they make their brew with natural ingredients.
Spread across 33 acres (13.35 hectares), Bryan Park is among the most popular parks in town. It features a pool, playgrounds, athletic fields, tennis and basketball courts, and restrooms. It also hosts various concerts and events throughout the year.
The heritage site of the Woolery Mill is the site of the famous Craft Beer Festival, every year.
Pic-A-Chic Farms serves as a great picnic spot for families to come and enjoy in the open. They also hold events such as birthday parties, corporate events and weddings.
The Owen County Courthouse is a beautiful Classical Revival building constructed in 1911. Owing to its magnificent structure, it became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1994. The courthouse still continues to fulfill its purpose by the serving the people of the county.