1100 W. Rappel Drive
Bloomington, IN 47404
Phone: (812) 323-2222
Fax: (812) 323-8846
1100 W. Rappel Drive, Bloomington, IN, US, 47404
- Phone: (812) 323-2222
- Fax: (812) 323-8846
Limousine services 24 hours with daily and weekend availability.
Bloomington/Monroe County Convention Center is located in downtown Bloomington. Spread across 24,000 square feet (2229.67 square meters), it was initially built as Graham Motor Sales in 1923. Afterwards it was taken over by the Ford organization and was their assembly plant and showroom. It took over its current role in 1991 and has continued to be one of the focal places in the community. In 2012, the center was renovated to give it a more contemporary look. Its walls are adorned with impressive artworks by local artists and visitors are welcome to stop by to admire them. The facility is also used for trade shows, receptions, weddings and corporate functions.
Often referred to as a Tree City, Bloomington is a charming city that is renowned for its world-class educational institutions, business corporations, medical institutes and music schools. Idyllic and ensconced in the lap of nature, the surroundings comprise streams, ravines, caves and fissures that catch the eye of outdoor lover. Folk punk has a huge presence in this city which embraces music and arts fervently; evidence exists in the form of colorful murals in the Downtown area. Farmers markets, antique shows, Arts & Crafts Festivals and Quilt Shows are on all year through.
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Russian Recording is a studio that can be hired by professionals to record and mix music in a quiet and stress-free environment. Keyboards, drum sets, a grand piano, guitars and other acoustic instruments are available too. Check website for details.
The Vinegar Hill Historic District or the Vinegar Hill Limestone Historic District is a part of the Indiana state. Given its name, this area developed when the limestone industry in Indiana was booming. The skilled craftsman who were responsible for building beautiful churches all across the nation, constructed their homes here. Their yards and homes are decorated with art, odd-shaped figurines and folk art. Apart from the limestone industry, this district became the core of academicians. It is home to personalities like Herman J. Muller, Winfred Merrill and Alfred Kinsey.
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Currently an unincorporated town set within the beautiful Clear Creek Township, Harrodsburg possesses an unmistakable charm that is so typical of Indiana's past. Alexander Buchanan arrived here in 1835 from Kentucky's Harrodsburg and set up a town, naming it New Jane after his beloved wife. With the laying of the railroads, this place was involved in heavy industrial activity thus attracting interstate travelers to settle here for employment. Harrodsburg today enjoys a relaxed vibe and good moments through celebration of community events where all the townsfolk meet, eat, drink and dance.
Nashville is well-known among Indiana's art circles for the Brown County Art Colony which was established in 1907 when artists started to arrive here and live together. Founded in 1836 by the settler Banner Brummet, this city was initially called Jacksonburg until it was finally incorporated in 1872. This touristy place attracts visitors for its cultural events, nightlife, lush forest cover, state parks, lakes, nature trails and galleries. Bed & breakfasts welcome tourists who're enchanted by the old-world charm of Nashville and its friendly folks.
Martinsville used to be called the “Goldfish Capital of the World,” due to the presence of fisheries that exported fish all across the world. In the 17th century, people used to flock here from far off areas to bathe in the mineral health spas for their therapeutic qualities. In fact till date there exists a board "Martinsville City of Mineral Water " An old courthouse built in 1859 called the Morgan County courthouse is a major draw with tourists, as are the other heritage establishments and leafy avenues.