Best Western Inn Old Vincennes

 2 star hotel

Vincennes, Indiana, United States

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The Best Western Inn of Old Vincennes is a welcome haven to travelers as they pass through Southern Indiana. The extra large guest rooms (the largest in the area!) provide a relaxing break at the end of a hectic day. Rooms are tastefully decorated, equipped with refrigerator, in-room coffee, hairdryer, iron, ironing board and high-speed Internet access. All rooms also offer twin vanities. For relaxation the Best Western Inn of Old Vincennes offers a heated indoor pool, exercise room and sauna, cable television with free HBO! Some rooms have Jacuzzis. A complimentary continental breakfast is available each morning. The Best Western Inn of Old Vincennes is conveniently located near U. S Highways 41 and 50 and State Road 441 and close to many historical sites in Vincennes, one of the oldest cities in the Midwest. So, enjoy your stay and leave the room accommodations to us. Whether in the area on business or pleasure, the Best Western Inn of Old Vincennes should be your haven. .. come visit us soon!.

1. 5 mile(s) from The Indiana Military Museum: * Guided tours by appointment only Phone (800) 886-6443 Adults $2. 00 and students $1. 00
1. 5 mile(s) from The Indiana Military Museum: * Guided tours by appointment only Phone (800) 886-6443 Adults $2. 00 and students $1. 00
1. 5 mile(s) from The Indiana Military Museum: * Guided tours by appointment only Phone (800) 886-6443 Adults $2. 00 and students $1. 00
1. 5 mile(s) from The Indiana Military Museum: * Guided tours by appointment only Phone (800) 886-6443 Adults $2. 00 and students $1. 00
Local attractions, events and activities include: * . 5 mile from Super Wal and K-Mart * 1 mile from restaurants * 3 miles from North Indiana Territory Capitol * 5 miles from historical landmarks
Local Attractions:: * . 5 mile(s) from golf courses * . 5 mile(s) from Super Wal-Mart * . 5 mile(s) from K-Mart * 2. 5 mile(s) from Old French House & Indian Museum * 3 mile(s) from Stout Print Shop, museum
Local Attractions:: * . 5 mile(s) from golf courses * . 5 mile(s) from Super Wal-Mart * . 5 mile(s) from K-Mart * 2. 5 mile(s) from Old French House & Indian Museum * 3 mile(s) from Stout Print Shop, museum
Local Attractions:: * . 5 mile(s) from golf courses * . 5 mile(s) from Super Wal-Mart * . 5 mile(s) from K-Mart * 2. 5 mile(s) from Old French House & Indian Museum * 3 mile(s) from Stout Print Shop, museum
Local Attractions:: * . 5 mile(s) from golf courses * . 5 mile(s) from Super Wal-Mart * . 5 mile(s) from K-Mart * 2. 5 mile(s) from Old French House & Indian Museum * 3 mile(s) from Stout Print Shop, museum
Nearby Cities:: * 30 mile(s) from Montgomery * 55 mile(s) from Evansville * 60 mile(s) from Terre Haute * 70 mile(s) from Bloomington
Nearby Cities:: * 30 mile(s) from Montgomery * 55 mile(s) from Evansville * 60 mile(s) from Terre Haute * 70 mile(s) from Bloomington
Nearby Cities:: * 30 mile(s) from Montgomery * 55 mile(s) from Evansville * 60 mile(s) from Terre Haute * 70 mile(s) from Bloomington
Nearby Cities:: * 30 mile(s) from Montgomery * 55 mile(s) from Evansville * 60 mile(s) from Terre Haute * 70 mile(s) from Bloomington
The Inn of Old Vincennes is close to many local Business's and Landmarks! A few: * 2 mile(s) from Vincennes Steel * 12 mile(s) from Petersburg Powerplant * 15 mile(s) from Cinergy/PSI, Edwardsport
The Inn of Old Vincennes is close to many local Business's and Landmarks! A few: * 2 mile(s) from Vincennes Steel * 12 mile(s) from Petersburg Powerplant * 15 mile(s) from Cinergy/PSI, Edwardsport
The Inn of Old Vincennes is close to many local Business's and Landmarks! A few: * 2 mile(s) from Vincennes Steel * 12 mile(s) from Petersburg Powerplant * 15 mile(s) from Cinergy/PSI, Edwardsport
Transportation:: * 2 mile(s) from Greyhound bus lines * 50 mile(s) from Evansville Airport
Transportation:: * 2 mile(s) from Greyhound bus lines * 50 mile(s) from Evansville Airport
Transportation:: * 2 mile(s) from Greyhound bus lines * 50 mile(s) from Evansville Airport
Transportation:: * 2 mile(s) from Greyhound bus lines * 50 mile(s) from Evansville Airport
Visit Historic Vincennes, Indiana: * Vincennes was founded in 1732 as a fur trading outpost. In 1779 George Rogers Clark, with his small army, took the area from the British in what has become known as the largest land conquest in the revolutionary war. In 1800 the Indiana territory was formed with Vincennes as its headquarters, and a young soldier/politician, William Henry Harrison was its first governor. Harrison went on to become the ninth president of the United States. The brick home he built, the first brick home in the territory, still stands today and is known as "Grouseland"
Visit Historic Vincennes, Indiana: * Vincennes was founded in 1732 as a fur trading outpost. In 1779 George Rogers Clark, with his small army, took the area from the British in what has become known as the largest land conquest in the revolutionary war. In 1800 the Indiana territory was formed with Vincennes as its headquarters, and a young soldier/politician, William Henry Harrison was its first governor. Harrison went on to become the ninth president of the United States. The brick home he built, the first brick home in the territory, still stands today and is known as "Grouseland"
Visit Historic Vincennes, Indiana: * Vincennes was founded in 1732 as a fur trading outpost. In 1779 George Rogers Clark, with his small army, took the area from the British in what has become known as the largest land conquest in the revolutionary war. In 1800 the Indiana territory was formed with Vincennes as its headquarters, and a young soldier/politician, William Henry Harrison was its first governor. Harrison went on to become the ninth president of the United States. The brick home he built, the first brick home in the territory, still stands today and is known as "Grouseland"
Visit Historic Vincennes, Indiana: * Vincennes was founded in 1732 as a fur trading outpost. In 1779 George Rogers Clark, with his small army, took the area from the British in what has become known as the largest land conquest in the revolutionary war. In 1800 the Indiana territory was formed with Vincennes as its headquarters, and a young soldier/politician, William Henry Harrison was its first governor. Harrison went on to become the ninth president of the United States. The brick home he built, the first brick home in the territory, still stands today and is known as "Grouseland"
Within 1 mile from Good Samaritan Hospital: * Good Samaritan Hospital stands today as a symbol of the great community spirit of Knox County citizens. It is a living tribute to the efforts of countless men and women who, through the years, have given of themselves for relief of human suffering. Good Samaritan Hospital first opened its doors in February, 1908, to humble beginnings as a 25-bed facility. It is a well respected, regional referral medical complex with an operating complement of over 260 beds, serving southwestern Indiana and southeastern Illinois.
Within 1 mile from Good Samaritan Hospital: * Good Samaritan Hospital stands today as a symbol of the great community spirit of Knox County citizens. It is a living tribute to the efforts of countless men and women who, through the years, have given of themselves for relief of human suffering. Good Samaritan Hospital first opened its doors in February, 1908, to humble beginnings as a 25-bed facility. It is a well respected, regional referral medical complex with an operating complement of over 260 beds, serving southwestern Indiana and southeastern Illinois.
Within 1 mile from Good Samaritan Hospital: * Good Samaritan Hospital stands today as a symbol of the great community spirit of Knox County citizens. It is a living tribute to the efforts of countless men and women who, through the years, have given of themselves for relief of human suffering. Good Samaritan Hospital first opened its doors in February, 1908, to humble beginnings as a 25-bed facility. It is a well respected, regional referral medical complex with an operating complement of over 260 beds, serving southwestern Indiana and southeastern Illinois.
Within 1. 5 miles from George Rogers Clark National Historical Park: * It is the site of an extremely important battle that occurred during the revolutionary war. Led by George Rogers Clark and a small army of American frontiersmen and French inhabitants, they captured Fort Sackville from the British, which aided the United States in laying claim to the vast region that later became the old northwest territory. Today a massive granite and marble memorial, more than 80 feet high stands on the fort Sackville site. Inside is a bronze statue of George Rogers Clark, huge murals around the rotunda and Clark's words carved into the Indiana limestone. His statement best captures the essence of his contribution to American history, "great things have been affected by a few men well conducted". * Open daily 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day Ages 17 and over $3. 00, ages under 17 - free
Within 1. 5 miles from George Rogers Clark National Historical Park: * It is the site of an extremely important battle that occurred during the revolutionary war. Led by George Rogers Clark and a small army of American frontiersmen and French inhabitants, they captured Fort Sackville from the British, which aided the United States in laying claim to the vast region that later became the old northwest territory. Today a massive granite and marble memorial, more than 80 feet high stands on the fort Sackville site. Inside is a bronze statue of George Rogers Clark, huge murals around the rotunda and Clark's words carved into the Indiana limestone. His statement best captures the essence of his contribution to American history, "great things have been affected by a few men well conducted". * Open daily 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day Ages 17 and over $3. 00, ages under 17 - free
Within 1. 5 miles from George Rogers Clark National Historical Park: * It is the site of an extremely important battle that occurred during the revolutionary war. Led by George Rogers Clark and a small army of American frontiersmen and French inhabitants, they captured Fort Sackville from the British, which aided the United States in laying claim to the vast region that later became the old northwest territory. Today a massive granite and marble memorial, more than 80 feet high stands on the fort Sackville site. Inside is a bronze statue of George Rogers Clark, huge murals around the rotunda and Clark's words carved into the Indiana limestone. His statement best captures the essence of his contribution to American history, "great things have been affected by a few men well conducted". * Open daily 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day Ages 17 and over $3. 00, ages under 17 - free
Within 1. 5 miles from the Lincoln Memorial Bridge: * Located at the western end of Vigo Street and crosses the Wabash River into Illinois. The bridge was dedicated on September 3, 1933, the sesquicentennial of the Treaty of Paris ending the Revolutionary War and marks the spot where Abraham Lincoln's family crossed the Wabash River in 1830. It was dedicated by the governors of Indiana and Illinois. On the Illinois side of the bridge is a statue of Lincoln donated by the Illinois Daughters of the American Revolution. The Lincoln Memorial Bridge also marks the fording place of great herds of buffalo, which, hundreds of years ago, carved the Buffalo Trace on their way from the Great Plains across present day Indiana to the bluegrass regions of Kentucky. Two Native American figures important to the history of the Old Northwest, Tecumseh and his brother the Prophet, guard the eastern entrance to the bridge.
Within 1. 5 miles from the Lincoln Memorial Bridge: * Located at the western end of Vigo Street and crosses the Wabash River into Illinois. The bridge was dedicated on September 3, 1933, the sesquicentennial of the Treaty of Paris ending the Revolutionary War and marks the spot where Abraham Lincoln's family crossed the Wabash River in 1830. It was dedicated by the governors of Indiana and Illinois. On the Illinois side of the bridge is a statue of Lincoln donated by the Illinois Daughters of the American Revolution. The Lincoln Memorial Bridge also marks the fording place of great herds of buffalo, which, hundreds of years ago, carved the Buffalo Trace on their way from the Great Plains across present day Indiana to the bluegrass regions of Kentucky. Two Native American figures important to the history of the Old Northwest, Tecumseh and his brother the Prophet, guard the eastern entrance to the bridge.
Within 1. 5 miles from the Lincoln Memorial Bridge: * Located at the western end of Vigo Street and crosses the Wabash River into Illinois. The bridge was dedicated on September 3, 1933, the sesquicentennial of the Treaty of Paris ending the Revolutionary War and marks the spot where Abraham Lincoln's family crossed the Wabash River in 1830. It was dedicated by the governors of Indiana and Illinois. On the Illinois side of the bridge is a statue of Lincoln donated by the Illinois Daughters of the American Revolution. The Lincoln Memorial Bridge also marks the fording place of great herds of buffalo, which, hundreds of years ago, carved the Buffalo Trace on their way from the Great Plains across present day Indiana to the bluegrass regions of Kentucky. Two Native American figures important to the history of the Old Northwest, Tecumseh and his brother the Prophet, guard the eastern entrance to the bridge.
Within 1. 5 miles from the Old Cathedral: * It was built in 1826 and stands on the site of three previous churches. It was still under construction when Abraham Lincoln passed near the site during his move to Illinois in 1830. The first was a crude log structure built in 1749 where the first catholic parish in Indiana was formed. Four bishops are buried in the crypt of the current cathedral. The adjoining cemetery is the final resting place of over 4, 000 early citizens of Vincennes. * Self-guided tours daily 8:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m. (tours during mass are not offered, however visitors are welcome to join us for services) Monday - Wednesday 8:00 a. m. Thursday - Friday 12 Noon Saturday 5:15 p. m. Sunday 8:00 a. m. and 10:30 a. m. Donations are requested for tours $. 50 per adult & $. 25 per student Guided tours by arrangement by phoning (800) 886-6443
Within 1. 5 miles from the Old Cathedral: * It was built in 1826 and stands on the site of three previous churches. It was still under construction when Abraham Lincoln passed near the site during his move to Illinois in 1830. The first was a crude log structure built in 1749 where the first catholic parish in Indiana was formed. Four bishops are buried in the crypt of the current cathedral. The adjoining cemetery is the final resting place of over 4, 000 early citizens of Vincennes. * Self-guided tours daily 8:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m. (tours during mass are not offered, however visitors are welcome to join us for services) Monday - Wednesday 8:00 a. m. Thursday - Friday 12 Noon Saturday 5:15 p. m. Sunday 8:00 a. m. and 10:30 a. m. Donations are requested for tours $. 50 per adult & $. 25 per student Guided tours by arrangement by phoning (800) 886-6443
Within 1. 5 miles from the Old Cathedral: * It was built in 1826 and stands on the site of three previous churches. It was still under construction when Abraham Lincoln passed near the site during his move to Illinois in 1830. The first was a crude log structure built in 1749 where the first catholic parish in Indiana was formed. Four bishops are buried in the crypt of the current cathedral. The adjoining cemetery is the final resting place of over 4, 000 early citizens of Vincennes. * Self-guided tours daily 8:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m. (tours during mass are not offered, however visitors are welcome to join us for services) Monday - Wednesday 8:00 a. m. Thursday - Friday 12 Noon Saturday 5:15 p. m. Sunday 8:00 a. m. and 10:30 a. m. Donations are requested for tours $. 50 per adult & $. 25 per student Guided tours by arrangement by phoning (800) 886-6443
Within 1. 5 miles from the Old Cathedral: * It was built in 1826 and stands on the site of three previous churches. It was still under construction when Abraham Lincoln passed near the site during his move to Illinois in 1830. The first was a crude log structure built in 1749 where the first catholic parish in Indiana was formed. Four bishops are buried in the crypt of the current cathedral. The adjoining cemetery is the final resting place of over 4, 000 early citizens of Vincennes. * Self-guided tours daily 8:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m. (tours during mass are not offered, however visitors are welcome to join us for services) Monday - Wednesday 8:00 a. m. Thursday - Friday 12 Noon Saturday 5:15 p. m. Sunday 8:00 a. m. and 10:30 a. m. Donations are requested for tours $. 50 per adult & $. 25 per student Guided tours by arrangement by phoning (800) 886-6443
Within 1. 5 miles from The Old Cathedral Library & Museum: * Across the courtyard from the cathedral is the oldest library in Indiana and contains 10, 000 rare volumes dating back to 1319. In the museum are displays of historic and church artifacts and books. The library contains documents of importance to the history of the catholic church in America as well as to the old northwest. It contains works on science, math, geography, literature and philosophy as well. * Guided tours by appointment only Phone (800) 886-6443 Adults $1. 00 - over 12 $. 50 Contact museum at (812) 882-7016 for information on the use of the collections for research
Within 1. 5 miles from The Old Cathedral Library & Museum: * Across the courtyard from the cathedral is the oldest library in Indiana and contains 10, 000 rare volumes dating back to 1319. In the museum are displays of historic and church artifacts and books. The library contains documents of importance to the history of the catholic church in America as well as to the old northwest. It contains works on science, math, geography, literature and philosophy as well. * Guided tours by appointment only Phone (800) 886-6443 Adults $1. 00 - over 12 $. 50 Contact museum at (812) 882-7016 for information on the use of the collections for research
Within 1. 5 miles from The Old Cathedral Library & Museum: * Across the courtyard from the cathedral is the oldest library in Indiana and contains 10, 000 rare volumes dating back to 1319. In the museum are displays of historic and church artifacts and books. The library contains documents of importance to the history of the catholic church in America as well as to the old northwest. It contains works on science, math, geography, literature and philosophy as well. * Guided tours by appointment only Phone (800) 886-6443 Adults $1. 00 - over 12 $. 50 Contact museum at (812) 882-7016 for information on the use of the collections for research
Within 1. 5 miles from The Old Cathedral Library & Museum: * Across the courtyard from the cathedral is the oldest library in Indiana and contains 10, 000 rare volumes dating back to 1319. In the museum are displays of historic and church artifacts and books. The library contains documents of importance to the history of the catholic church in America as well as to the old northwest. It contains works on science, math, geography, literature and philosophy as well. * Guided tours by appointment only Phone (800) 886-6443 Adults $1. 00 - over 12 $. 50 Contact museum at (812) 882-7016 for information on the use of the collections for research
Within 2 miles from the USS Vincennes Monument: * Located at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial Bridge on Vigo Street, commemorates the four naval ships named for the community. The first launched in 1826, was the flagship of a U. S. South Seas Exploring Expedition. The second USS, Vincennes, a heavy cruiser, saw action at Midway and sank at Guadalcanal in 1942. The Third was a light cruiser launched in 1943. The current USS Vincennes is a guided missile cruiser launched in 1984. Her crew is currently stationed in Japan.
Within 2 miles from the USS Vincennes Monument: * Located at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial Bridge on Vigo Street, commemorates the four naval ships named for the community. The first launched in 1826, was the flagship of a U. S. South Seas Exploring Expedition. The second USS, Vincennes, a heavy cruiser, saw action at Midway and sank at Guadalcanal in 1942. The Third was a light cruiser launched in 1943. The current USS Vincennes is a guided missile cruiser launched in 1984. Her crew is currently stationed in Japan.
Within 2 miles from the USS Vincennes Monument: * Located at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial Bridge on Vigo Street, commemorates the four naval ships named for the community. The first launched in 1826, was the flagship of a U. S. South Seas Exploring Expedition. The second USS, Vincennes, a heavy cruiser, saw action at Midway and sank at Guadalcanal in 1942. The Third was a light cruiser launched in 1943. The current USS Vincennes is a guided missile cruiser launched in 1984. Her crew is currently stationed in Japan.
Within 2 miles from the USS Vincennes Monument: * Located at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial Bridge on Vigo Street, commemorates the four naval ships named for the community. The first launched in 1826, was the flagship of a U. S. South Seas Exploring Expedition. The second USS, Vincennes, a heavy cruiser, saw action at Midway and sank at Guadalcanal in 1942. The Third was a light cruiser launched in 1943. The current USS Vincennes is a guided missile cruiser launched in 1984. Her crew is currently stationed in Japan.
Within 2 miles from Vincennes University: * Older than the State of Indiana, is the birthplace of one of the first two-year colleges in the nation. Founded as Jefferson Academy in 1801, it was originally named in honor of Thomas Jefferson, who at the time was serving his first year as President of the United States. Indiana Territory Governor William Henry Harrison was Jefferson Academy's founder and its first chairman of the board. By his election as the ninth President of the United States in 1840, Harrison joined Jefferson as the only two U. S. Presidents to found universities (Jefferson founded the University of Virginia is 1819). Today Vincennes University is on the frontier of modern technology, earning Yahoo Internet Life's ranking among the Top Ten Most-Wired Two-Year Colleges in the Nation. Students from all 92 counties, 31 states and 36 foreign countries come to V. U. to enroll in more than 150 academic transfer and occupational programs. Vincennes University's 100-acre campus includes modern facilities, including six residence halls, located just a short stroll from sites where American History was made.
Within 2 miles from Vincennes University: * Older than the State of Indiana, is the birthplace of one of the first two-year colleges in the nation. Founded as Jefferson Academy in 1801, it was originally named in honor of Thomas Jefferson, who at the time was serving his first year as President of the United States. Indiana Territory Governor William Henry Harrison was Jefferson Academy's founder and its first chairman of the board. By his election as the ninth President of the United States in 1840, Harrison joined Jefferson as the only two U. S. Presidents to found universities (Jefferson founded the University of Virginia is 1819). Today Vincennes University is on the frontier of modern technology, earning Yahoo Internet Life's ranking among the Top Ten Most-Wired Two-Year Colleges in the Nation. Students from all 92 counties, 31 states and 36 foreign countries come to V. U. to enroll in more than 150 academic transfer and occupational programs. Vincennes University's 100-acre campus includes modern facilities, including six residence halls, located just a short stroll from sites where American History was made.
Within 2 miles from Vincennes University: * Older than the State of Indiana, is the birthplace of one of the first two-year colleges in the nation. Founded as Jefferson Academy in 1801, it was originally named in honor of Thomas Jefferson, who at the time was serving his first year as President of the United States. Indiana Territory Governor William Henry Harrison was Jefferson Academy's founder and its first chairman of the board. By his election as the ninth President of the United States in 1840, Harrison joined Jefferson as the only two U. S. Presidents to found universities (Jefferson founded the University of Virginia is 1819). Today Vincennes University is on the frontier of modern technology, earning Yahoo Internet Life's ranking among the Top Ten Most-Wired Two-Year Colleges in the Nation. Students from all 92 counties, 31 states and 36 foreign countries come to V. U. to enroll in more than 150 academic transfer and occupational programs. Vincennes University's 100-acre campus includes modern facilities, including six residence halls, located just a short stroll from sites where American History was made.
Within 3 miles from Grouseland: * It was the home to William Henry Harrison, governor of the Indiana territory, later ninth president of the United States. Built in 1803-1804, it was saved from destruction and was restored by the Francis Vigo Chapter of the DAR in 1911. Grouseland was the focal point of the social and official life of the territory. Now open for tours, it is furnished with pieces from the time period including some of Harrison's possessions. * Open March - December - daily 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. January - February - March - daily 11 a. m. to 4:00 p. m. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day Adults $5. 00 - Students $3. 00 - Children under 12 $2. 00 * Open mid March to mid December Wednesday through Saturday 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. Sunday 1:00 p. m. to 5:00 p. m. Closed Monday and Tuesday Adults $2. 00 - Students $1. 00
Within 3 miles from Grouseland: * It was the home to William Henry Harrison, governor of the Indiana territory, later ninth president of the United States. Built in 1803-1804, it was saved from destruction and was restored by the Francis Vigo Chapter of the DAR in 1911. Grouseland was the focal point of the social and official life of the territory. Now open for tours, it is furnished with pieces from the time period including some of Harrison's possessions. * Open March - December - daily 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. January - February - March - daily 11 a. m. to 4:00 p. m. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day Adults $5. 00 - Students $3. 00 - Children under 12 $2. 00 * Open mid March to mid December Wednesday through Saturday 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. Sunday 1:00 p. m. to 5:00 p. m. Closed Monday and Tuesday Adults $2. 00 - Students $1. 00
Within 3 miles from Grouseland: * It was the home to William Henry Harrison, governor of the Indiana territory, later ninth president of the United States. Built in 1803-1804, it was saved from destruction and was restored by the Francis Vigo Chapter of the DAR in 1911. Grouseland was the focal point of the social and official life of the territory. Now open for tours, it is furnished with pieces from the time period including some of Harrison's possessions. * Open March - December - daily 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. January - February - March - daily 11 a. m. to 4:00 p. m. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day Adults $5. 00 - Students $3. 00 - Children under 12 $2. 00 * Open mid March to mid December Wednesday through Saturday 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. Sunday 1:00 p. m. to 5:00 p. m. Closed Monday and Tuesday Adults $2. 00 - Students $1. 00
Within 3 miles from the Indiana Territorial Capitol Building: * Is a two-story frame structure held together by wooden pegs. Built in 1805 as a tailor shop, this building has been preserved and is considered the oldest major government building in the Midwest. A nine member general assembly met on the first floor. The upper house consisted of five men appointed by the governor and the president and met on the second floor. Because the stairway was on the outside, a doorkeeper delivered messages between the two bodies when the legislature was in session. It is now open for tours where it is used to interpret early government in the territory.
Within 3 miles from the Indiana Territorial Capitol Building: * Is a two-story frame structure held together by wooden pegs. Built in 1805 as a tailor shop, this building has been preserved and is considered the oldest major government building in the Midwest. A nine member general assembly met on the first floor. The upper house consisted of five men appointed by the governor and the president and met on the second floor. Because the stairway was on the outside, a doorkeeper delivered messages between the two bodies when the legislature was in session. It is now open for tours where it is used to interpret early government in the territory.
Within 3 miles from the Indiana Territorial Capitol Building: * Is a two-story frame structure held together by wooden pegs. Built in 1805 as a tailor shop, this building has been preserved and is considered the oldest major government building in the Midwest. A nine member general assembly met on the first floor. The upper house consisted of five men appointed by the governor and the president and met on the second floor. Because the stairway was on the outside, a doorkeeper delivered messages between the two bodies when the legislature was in session. It is now open for tours where it is used to interpret early government in the territory.
Within 3 miles from the Indiana Territorial Capitol Building: * Is a two-story frame structure held together by wooden pegs. Built in 1805 as a tailor shop, this building has been preserved and is considered the oldest major government building in the Midwest. A nine member general assembly met on the first floor. The upper house consisted of five men appointed by the governor and the president and met on the second floor. Because the stairway was on the outside, a doorkeeper delivered messages between the two bodies when the legislature was in session. It is now open for tours where it is used to interpret early government in the territory.
Within 4 miles from The McGrady-Brockman House: * A recently opened Regional Genealogical/Historical Center, located at 614 N. Seventh Street, Vincennes, just across the street from the Knox County Public Library. The Center is open on Monday 12:00 Noon - 4:00 p. m. and from 5:00 p. m. to 9:00 p. m. On Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday the Center will be open from 8:30 a. m. to Noon and 1:00 p. m. to 5:30 p. m. The Center will be closed on Thursday. For further information call (812) 886-4380.
Within 4 miles from The McGrady-Brockman House: * A recently opened Regional Genealogical/Historical Center, located at 614 N. Seventh Street, Vincennes, just across the street from the Knox County Public Library. The Center is open on Monday 12:00 Noon - 4:00 p. m. and from 5:00 p. m. to 9:00 p. m. On Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday the Center will be open from 8:30 a. m. to Noon and 1:00 p. m. to 5:30 p. m. The Center will be closed on Thursday. For further information call (812) 886-4380.
Within 4 miles from The McGrady-Brockman House: * A recently opened Regional Genealogical/Historical Center, located at 614 N. Seventh Street, Vincennes, just across the street from the Knox County Public Library. The Center is open on Monday 12:00 Noon - 4:00 p. m. and from 5:00 p. m. to 9:00 p. m. On Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday the Center will be open from 8:30 a. m. to Noon and 1:00 p. m. to 5:30 p. m. The Center will be closed on Thursday. For further information call (812) 886-4380.
Within 6 miles from Fort Knox II: * It is located on the Wabash River and was one of the early military posts built and garrisoned in the Indiana territory. The fort served as the staging area for the troops that fought at the battle of Tippecanoe. It is also significant for its association with William Henry Harrison and Zachary Taylor, who later became presidents of the United States and with Tecumseh, the Indian chief. The fort is outlined with short posts and interpretive markers tell the story of the site. It is located three miles north of Vincennes on Fort Knox Road. Picnic and restroom facilities are available. * Self-guided - No charge
Within 6 miles from Fort Knox II: * It is located on the Wabash River and was one of the early military posts built and garrisoned in the Indiana territory. The fort served as the staging area for the troops that fought at the battle of Tippecanoe. It is also significant for its association with William Henry Harrison and Zachary Taylor, who later became presidents of the United States and with Tecumseh, the Indian chief. The fort is outlined with short posts and interpretive markers tell the story of the site. It is located three miles north of Vincennes on Fort Knox Road. Picnic and restroom facilities are available. * Self-guided - No charge
Within 6 miles from Fort Knox II: * It is located on the Wabash River and was one of the early military posts built and garrisoned in the Indiana territory. The fort served as the staging area for the troops that fought at the battle of Tippecanoe. It is also significant for its association with William Henry Harrison and Zachary Taylor, who later became presidents of the United States and with Tecumseh, the Indian chief. The fort is outlined with short posts and interpretive markers tell the story of the site. It is located three miles north of Vincennes on Fort Knox Road. Picnic and restroom facilities are available. * Self-guided - No charge.

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94 reviews
Econo Lodge

Econo Lodge

3.1
Poor
69 reviews