The Festival of the Trees in Indiana is an enchanting experience

There are some holiday traditions in the state of Hoosier that we just can’t get enough of, like…okay, all of them. There are so many things to do in Indiana during the winter that it might be difficult to narrow it down to just a few things (but why narrow things down at first? Just do everything), but there are a few events that cover each year are a must. Take, for example, the scintillating, magical treat that is Indiana’s Festival of Trees. You can’t miss this amazing spectacle that graces the halls of the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center and sets the mood upbeat and cheerful like nothing else can!

For full details on this year’s Indiana Festival of Trees, visit the Indiana Historical Society’s official website. There you’ll find a gallery, events calendar, admission information and more – everything you need to know to plan your adventure! This event is perfect for families, rendezvous or just an evening flying alone – and there’s still plenty of time!

If you can’t get enough of Indiana winter, be sure to add these ten incredible Indiana winter spots to your seasonal bucket list!

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