Experience the great outdoors and the small town feel of rural Indiana in Switzerland County! Take a drive on the Ohio River Scenic Byway as it passes through the county, and see why the county was recently designated as part of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Experience. The river town of Vevay is on the National Register of Historic Places.
The history, shopping, and cuisine found here are wonderful. Our festivals are unique, the shopping is fun, and the dining is international. Our Community Art Center features local artists with displays of jewelry, paintings, pottery and other tasteful designs. Stop by the Ridge Winery tasting room, part of the Indiana Wine Trail, for a taste of award-winning local wines.
Our museums have displays about life on the Ohio River, as well as local history. 2 sites on the National Historical Register offer glimpses of life in the early and mid-1800’s, one complete with a hay press that was used in the early 1800s. Paul Ogle Park, situated on the Ohio River, has campgrounds and boat launches for your use. Visit our Tourism office at 128 West Main in downtown Vevay, where we embrace the American culture to learn more.
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128 West Main St, Vevay, IN 47043, US
The Visitor's Center is currently closed!
Will reopen on June 15, 2020.