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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
At the Clabber Girl Museum you'll experience the history of one of the oldest brands in America and delight in the art of home baking. The museum is adjacent to the building where Clabber Girl Baking Powder, developed by Hulman & Co., is still manufactured.
The Clabber Girl Bake Shop welcomes you with all of the sights, smells, and tastes of a great food experience in a fast casual atmosphere. Inside the historic Hulman Building, located at 900 Wabash Ave, Terre Haute, Indiana, the Bake Shop offers high quality, delicious, breakfast, lunch, and homemade bakery items. Enjoy the imperial blend of Rex Coffee, roasted exclusively for Clabber Girl. The Bake Shop menu features "made from scratch" items using the retail portfolio of Clabber Girl products manufactured right here at our corporate headquarters.
The CANDLES museum is dedicated to telling the story of the story of the Holocaust and the stories of the Auschwitz twins. Visitors to the museum are given a personalized tour or may wander throughout on their own viewing the exhibits. The museum over serves as a resource center for teachers and provides tours for schools and groups.
The Wabash Valley Railroader's Museum was founded as an extension of the Haley Tower Historical & Technical Society. The museum is an ongoing tribute to the men and women of the industry from the past, to the present and on to the future. Whether you want a glimpse into the past on what railroading was like in the 1880s or would like to experience history hands-on, the museum offers an experience that you will remember for years to come.
The Native American Museum in Terre Haute is located in beautiful Dobbs Memorial Park. The permanent displays here feature the life ways of the peoples of the Northeast Woodlands. Check out the Heirloom Garden in which they grow traditional vegetables and other plants that Native Americans grow.
Cruise the Wabash River with Joe's Airboats! We are conveniently located in beautiful Fairbanks Park right here In Terre Haute. Both the young and old are able to enjoy a ride on our airboats. There is no need to purchase advance tickets. Just head on over to our booth located in the Fairbanks Park, west of the YWCA, purchase a ticket and enjoy the ride!