Terre Haute KOA Local Attractions

Local Area Attractions Near Terre Haute KOA

M. Moggers Restaurant & Pub
M. Moggers Restaurant & Pub

M. Moggers Restaurant & Pub was opened in 1996 by Gary & Diane Richards.  The Richards are also owners of Richards Farm Restaurant in Casey as well as the Stables Steakhouse in Terre Haute.  The antique brewing equipment and paraphernalia in the restaurant add to its turn of the century atmosphere. Moggers has a full bar that serves over 100 different beers as well as daily drink specials.

908 Poplar St.

Terre Haute, IN 47807

812-234-9202

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Terre Haute's Childrens Museum
Terre Haute's Childrens Museum

The Terre Haute's Children Museum allows children to explore science and technology. The museum has doubled in size from its early days in the basement of the Central Christian Church. Since its opening in 1988, the museum has educated over 230,000 adults and children from 22 different counties in Illinois and Indiana.

727 Wabash Ave.

Terre Haute, IN 47807

812-235-5548

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REX Baseball
REX Baseball

This is Terre Haute's very own Prospect League! All home games are played at Bob Warn Field at Sycamore Stadium. Come on down and watch the REX play...it's good to know "Baseball's Back In Town!" For their schedule and more info click here.

931 North First St.

Terre Haute, IN 47807

812-514-8434

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Sheldon Swope Art Museum
Sheldon Swope Art Museum

The Sheldon Swope Art Museum is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Terre Haute. It is known throughout the world for its extraordinary collection of almost 3,000 works of American art including 19th and 20th century paintings, sculptures and works on paper.

25 South 7th St.

Terre Haute, IN 47807

812-238-1676

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Vigo County Historical Society Museum
Vigo County Historical Society Museum

The Vigo County Historical Society Museum is home to over 20,000 objects. These objects span the history of Vigo County as well as Terre Haute. Some of the major collections at the museum include the Bindley Pharmacy as well as Coca-Cola memorabilia, as Terre Haute was the birth place of the Coca-Cola bottle. Since the museum's opening it has grown from the original 3 rooms of exhibits to 18 rooms of exhibits.

1411 S. 6th St.

Terre Haute, IN 47802

812-235-9717

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