at Paoli Peaks
Paoli Peaks is a great place to bring your family and friends for some winter fun! We offer Skiing, Snowboarding, and Snow Tubing during mid-December through mid-March. Paoli Peaks is built on a natural hill at 900 feet of elevation with a vertical drop of 300 feet. There are 15 trails, 5 chairlifts, 2 conveyor surface lifts and 1 surface tow. Paoli Peaks is home to the original midnight skiing session that Peak Resorts has become known for throughout the ski industry. Snow tubing is also available at Paoli, and has up to 9 lanes of snow. Paoli Peaks has over 110 stationary snowmaking machines that can covert 12 inches of machine made snow over a 24-hour period. Enjoy some time on the slopes!
U.S. National Landmark
Marengo Cave offers two walking tours, gemstone mining, the Crawl, a gift shop, walking trails, picnic grounds, and more. Friendly, knowledgeable guides interpret our delicate formations and immense passageways. Camping cabins are also available by reservation.
Indiana's Longest Cave
Enjoy a variety of experiences at Indiana’s newest show cave: heights, depths, waterfall, formations, ancient animal bones and a boat ride! Our 80-minute tour is available daily all year.
Dubois County Museum
One of the largest county museum in the state of Indiana, this 50,000 sq ft. museum showcases the rich German heritage and history of the area. Walk through “Main Street Dubois County,” featuring 17 rooms reminiscent of the 1890s. Enjoy hands-on children’s area, log cabin, historic progression of farm machinery, and numerous exhibits including those on sports and military, the furniture industry, early settler life, and the new Wildlife Adventure Room, showcasing wild game from all over the world.
One of the finest entertainment, cultural, and educational venues in southern Indiana, this facility draws worldwide talent and experiences to an intimate setting. The 700-seat theater offers some of the highest quality professional performing arts events and programs currently on tour at affordable prices. The Krempp Gallery, which hosts 12 exhibits annually, houses artwork from local, regional, and nationally-recognized artists.
This awe-inspiring Monastery, founded in 1867, is home to one of the nation’s largest communities of Benedictine sisters. The distinctive, Romanesque dome rises majestically over the town of Ferdinand, standing 87 feet from the floor. Gold leaf accents, marble floors, elaborately carved wood, stained glass windows, and beautiful statues will leave you in awe. Throughout the church, 89 angels are present. The church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has been designated an Official Project of Save America’s Treasures. Also on the Monastery grounds enjoy the gift shop, bakery offerings, Lourdes Grotto, and the St. Benedict’s Brew Works Brewery.