TOYOTA MOTOR MANUFACTURING INDIANA EXPERIENCE CENTER & PLANT TOURS


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Get under the hood at the Toyota Indiana Experience Center! Explore the history of Toyota from its early role in the textile industry to its position today as a standard bearer in automotive production and quality. View a demonstration of an original Toyoda Type G Automatic Loom and learn the poignant story of how this loom is now producing backing for quilts donated to wounded American troops. Watch the sparks fly as you take a free tram tour through the Toyota manufacturing facility and observe the Toyota Production System up close.
To make a reservation, please call (812) 387-2266 or (888) 696-8211 (88TOYOTA11) or visit www.tourtoyota.com
4000 Tulip Tree Drive
Princeton, IN

COVERED BRIDGES OF GIBSON COUNTY

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Gibson County is home to two remaining covered bridges. Red Bridge over Big Bayou Creek in southern Gibson County was built in 1875.
The Wheeling Bridge, spanning the Patoka River northeast of Princeton, was built in 1877. In 2000, the Wheeling Bridge underwent a major renovation, which included beautiful new landscaping courtesy of the Gibson County Master Gardeners.
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HENAGER’S MEMORIES & NOSTALGIA MUSEUM



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Named the “Loneliest Museum in America.” by Roadside American, this museum is a quaint collection of artifacts and memorabilia spanning the last century. Guests can enjoy a wide range of exhibits including movie memorabilia, vintage photos, a 1930 Ford Model A coupe, and special collection of items featuring Roy Rogers and Smokey Bear.
Hours: (call to verify)
June – Aug:  Mon.-Thur. 8am – 7pm; 
Fri. 8am-5pm, Sat. 8am – 4pm
Sept – May: Mon. – Fri. 8am – 5pm; Sat. 8am – 4pm
Admission:   $6.00 adults,  $3.00 children
(Children under 7 – free)
Group rate:  $4.00/person
8837 S. State Rd. 57
Buckskin, IN
(812) 795-2230

PRINCETON TRAIN DEPOT & GIBSON COUNTY VISITORS CENTER


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Constructed in 1875 and beautifully restored, the Princeton Depot is the only remaining depot structure in Gibson County. Once housing the C&EI and L&N railways, it was the lifeline of commerce and transportation for the county. Passenger service was discontinued from the depot in late 1960. Today the depot stands as a nostalgic reminder of the importance railroads have played in Gibson County’s history.
The Princeton Train Depot is now home to the Gibson County Visitors Center and features a railway museum with a restored train caboose.

Visitors are welcome at no charge- Monday-Friday 9-5.
Gibson County  Visitors & Tourism Bureau/  Princeton Train Depot

702 W. Broadway
Princeton, IN 47670
(812) 385-0999 

Closed to the public for tours due to COVID restrictions. The vestibule is open for travel information. Mon-Fri, 9-5.