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July 15, 2018

Visit the Mesker Park Zoo and Botanical Garden

Evansville, Indiana is a city located along the Ohio River, adjacent to Henderson, Kentucky. This lovely city is home to some of the most entertaining museums within the state, as the city has many historical roots dating all the way back to 8000 BC. The first natives to the land were the Paleo Indians, and the Europeans later arrived to the area in 1805 AD. For those visiting the city who share an interest in animals and the environment, a visit to the Mesker Park Zoo and Botanical Garden is a ...

May 15, 2018

Discover the Clark County Museum in Henderson

The Clark County Museum in Henderson is a fantastic museum which stands to preserve the history of Arts and Cultural District. This museum in Clark County provides its guests with many things to do while in the area, while also providing an exciting and educational experience for all those who visit. About the Clark County Museum in Henderson The Clark County Museum was opened in 2016. After 8 years of planning and construction, the museum was finished and devoted as a tribute towards commemor...

January 15, 2018

Explore Audubon Mill Park in Henderson Kentucky

John James Audubon was one of the most famous residents of Henderson, Kentucky. He was a celebrated ornithologist, painter, and naturalist. Many historical landmarks and tourist attractions in Henderson and Evansville are named in his honor. John James Audubon State Park, situated on 3100 US Highway 41 North, is one such major attraction. It is a museum and a state park. Another major attraction named after him is Audubon Chrysler Center. John James Audubon was an expert in the geology and biodi...

September 01, 2017

Visit Mesker Park Zoo

The Mesker Park Zoo, officially called Evansville’s Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden, is one of the largest and the oldest zoos in Indiana. The zoo spans an area of fifty acres and houses over seven animals and around two hundred species in their natural habitats. The well preserved environment, complete with trees, wildflowers and exotic plants, allow the animals of all the species at the zoo to roam freely. The zoo was home to only two cubs, an elephant and some antelope when it open...