To get an Indiana tourism guide in the mail, go to VisitIndiana.com, click Brochures, click Add to Cart next to the desired brochure then Complete Order, fill out the required information and click Submit Order. Orders of the Official Indiana Travel Guide arrive with the Official Indiana Roadway Map, as of 2016. Other travel guides available include the Indiana Festival Guide, Indiana Golf Guide, Covered Bridges in Putnam & Parke Counties, Amish Country Northern Indiana and Evansville Visitor Guide.
As of 2016, all brochures available on the Indiana Office of Tourism Development website are free. Visitors can filter the brochure options by region using the drown-down menu. Many of the brochures, such as the Official Indiana Travel Guide, are available for download to a computer. To download the brochure as a PDF, click Download. The website also offers information on lodging, events, discounts, trip ideas and things to do.
Some things for visitors to see and do in Indiana include Indiana Dunes State Park, Falls of the Ohio State Park and Carmel's Arts and Design District. Indiana's Amish Country is located in the north and central regions of the state. For example, the town of Nappanee supports local Amish businesses and has a variety of shops and restaurants in its downtown area. Visitors interested in antiques can explore the towns east of Indianapolis, along US-40, also known as Antique Alley. Those who prefer outdoor activities can choose to visit sites such as Turkey Run State Park or Winona Lake.