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Pleasant Run Greenway

The Pleasant Run Greenway, also known as the Pleasant Run Trail, is a pedestrian and bicycle trail in Indianapolis, Indiana. It runs for 6.9 miles from Ellenberger Park, through Christian Park, to Garfield Park. It follows the general course of P ...

                                               

Beech Grove Cemetery (Muncie, Indiana)

Beech Grove Cemetery is a large historical cemetery and national historic district located at Muncie, Indiana. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.

                                               

Historic districts in Muncie, Indiana

                                               

Century Center (South Bend)

The Century Center Convention Center, designed by architects Philip Johnson and John Burgee, broke construction in 1974 and opened in 1977, has been managed by SMG since July, 2013. The center, built on the banks of the West Race canal, overlooks ...

                                               

Potawatomi Conservatories

The Potawatomi Conservatories is a set of three indoor conservatories and botanical gardens in South Bend, Indiana, in the United States: The Ella Morris Conservatory; the Muessel-Ellison Botanical Conservatory, and the Muessel-Ellison Desert Dome.

                                               

Potawatomi Zoo

The Potawatomi Zoo is a 23-acre zoological park located in South Bend, Indiana, United States. The Zoo is nestled in Potawatomi Park between the St. Joseph River and the Grand Trunk railroad in the east side neighborhood of River Park. Founded in ...

                                               

Collett Park

Collett Park is a public park in Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana, United States. The park was established in 1883 on a parcel of land donated to the city of Terre Haute by Josephus Collett, a railroad magnate and philanthropist. Its 21 acres 85 ...

                                               

Circle of Ash haunted attraction

Circle of Ash Haunted Attraction is a haunted attraction near Central City, Iowa, which runs seasonally for Halloween. It was opened in 2000 as Canfields Frightmare Forest. It grew from a small haunted trail to a 5-acre event. It moved from its o ...

                                               

Blank Park Zoo

Blank Park Zoo is a 49-acre zoological park on the south side of Des Moines, Iowa, United States, near historic Fort Des Moines. It is a member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, and is the only accredited zoo in Iowa. The mission of the B ...

                                               

Hy-Vee Hall

While still incomplete, Hy-Vee Hall hosted its first event, the Autumn Festival, from October 21 through October 23, 2004. It was formally dedicated on December 15, 2004, while the Iowa Hall of Pride opened to the public on February 23, 2005. Loc ...

                                               

Grand Harbor Resort and Waterpark

The Grand Harbor is located on the banks of the Mississippi River, next to the Grand River Event Center. The Grand Harbor is one of the newer hotels within the city. It is managed by the Platinum Hospitality Group. The resort features 193 rooms, ...

                                               

Logan Park Cemetery (Sioux City)

Logan Park Cemetery is a cemetery located at the northwest edge of Sioux City, Iowa. The cemetery contains a number of notable figures from the history of Sioux City.

                                               

Churches in Sioux City, Iowa

                                               

Clinton Lake (Kansas)

Clinton Lake is a reservoir on the southwestern edge of Lawrence, Kansas. The lake was created by the construction of the Clinton Dam, and the 35 square miles of land and water is maintained by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

                                               

Churches in Lawrence, Kansas

                                               

Churches in Wichita, Kansas

                                               

Eloise B. Houchens Center

Eloise B. Houchens Center is a Greek Revival style house in Bowling Green, Kentucky. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in June 1980.

                                               

Churches in Lexington, Kentucky

                                               

Turtle Canyon

                                               

Alexandria Garden District

Alexandria Garden District is located in Alexandria, Louisiana. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 9, 2001. Boundaries of the district are approximately described as Marye Street, Bolton Avenue, White Street, and Hy ...

                                               

Churches in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

                                               

Churches in Augusta, Maine

                                               

Bangor Civic Center

The Bangor Civic Center was a convention center located in Bangor, Maine. It contained 22.000 square feet of exhibit and meeting space, enough for 9 meetings at the same time. In addition to meetings, it could also host trade shows, wedding recep ...

                                               

Mayo Street Arts

Mayo Street Arts is a community arts and performance venue in the East Bayside neighborhood of Portland, Maine. It was founded in 2010 after leasing the formerly closed St. Ansgar Church. Located next to Kennedy Park, a public housing development ...

                                               

BSA Space

                                               

Drinking establishments in Boston

                                               

Lighthouses in Boston

                                               

Tourist attractions in Dorchester, Boston

                                               

Tourist attractions in Financial District, Boston

                                               

Tourist attractions in Roxbury, Boston

                                               

Tourist attractions in South Boston

                                               

Reservoir Park (Massachusetts)

Reservoir Park is a historic park on Boylston Street in Brookline, Massachusetts. Its principal feature is Brookline Reservoir, formerly an element of the public water supply for neighboring Boston. The reservoir was built in 1848 as the main ter ...

                                               

Churches in Brookline, Massachusetts

                                               

Franklin Street Park

Franklin Street Park is an urban neighborhood park in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The park is a house-sized lot in the Riverside neighborhood on 495 Franklin Street between Bay Street and Hancock Street.

                                               

Minuteman Bikeway

The Minuteman Bikeway is a 10-mile paved multi-use trail located in the Greater Boston area of Massachusetts. It runs from Bedford to Alewife station, at the northern end of the Red Line in Cambridge, passing through the towns of Lexington and Ar ...

                                               

Churches in Cambridge, Massachusetts

                                               

Kennedy Park (Fall River, Massachusetts)

Kennedy Park is a 57-acre historic park located in Fall River, Massachusetts. It is bounded by South Main Street, Bradford Avenue, Middle, and Bay Streets in the southern part of the city. The area of the city where the park is located was until ...

                                               

Ruggles Park

Ruggles Park is a park in Fall River, Massachusetts. It covers about 9 acres within a densely populated working-class neighborhood bounded by Seabury, Robeson, Pine, and Locust Streets, just north of the Granite Mills. The land for park was origi ...

                                               

Churches in Fall River, Massachusetts

                                               

B.F.C. Whitehouse Field

B.F.C. Whitehouse Field, or Whitehouse Field, is a baseball venue in Harwich, Massachusetts, home to the Harwich Mariners of the Cape Cod Baseball League. Opened in 1969, Whitehouse Field was named for Mr. B.F.C. Whitehouse and was dedicated in J ...

                                               

Sampas Pavilion

Sampas Pavilion is an outdoor amphitheater located in the Pawtucketville neighborhood of Lowell, Massachusetts along the Pawtucket Boulevard, 25 miles northwest of Boston, Massachusetts, United States and owned by the state of Massachusetts. The ...

                                               

Acushnet Cedar Swamp

Acushnet Cedar Swamp is a 1.100-acre swamp located in Bristol County, Massachusetts. It is managed by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection. In 1972, Acushnet Cedar Swamp was designated as a National Natural Landmark by the Nat ...

                                               

Buttonwood Park Zoo

The Buttonwood Park Zoo, located in New Bedford, Massachusetts, United States, is a seven-acre zoo located in the center of Buttonwood Park. It is owned and operated by the City of New Bedford, with the support of the Buttonwood Park Zoological S ...

                                               

Churches in New Bedford, Massachusetts

                                               

Hancock Cemetery

Hancock Cemetery is a historic cemetery on Hancock Street in Quincy Square, across the street from the United First Parish Church in Quincy, Massachusetts, United States. It is named after Reverend John Hancock, father of Founding Father John Han ...

                                               

Moswetuset Hummock

Moswetuset Hummock is a wooded historic place in Quincy, Massachusetts. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1970. The site is located at the northern end of Wollaston Beach along Quincy Bay on East Squantum Street near the ...

                                               

Nut Island

Nut Island is a former island in Boston Harbor, part of the Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area. The island has been connected through a short causeway to the end of Houghs Neck, becoming part of the mainland of Quincy, Massachusetts. ...

                                               

Wollaston Beach

Wollaston Beach is a public beach located along Quincy Shore Drive in the Wollaston section of Quincy, Massachusetts. It is located on Quincy Bay, part of Boston Harbor. It is cared for by the Friends of Wollaston Beach, and the Massachusetts Dep ...

                                               

Churches in Quincy, Massachusetts

                                               

First Universalist Church (Salem, Massachusetts)

The congregation was founded in 1805 after seven local people with an interest in Universalism attended a lecture by Rev. John Murray, a founder of Universalism. The current church building was constructed in 1808 with Rev. Hosea Ballou, a founde ...

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