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Request Your Montgomery County Visitors Guide

Montgomery County Visitors Guide

The Montgomery County Visitors & Convention Bureau is your curator of the cultural and creative abundance that lies in and around Crawfordsville, “the Athens of Indiana.” Let the MCVCB guide you to experiences of astounding historical achievement, dramatic natural splendor, fantastic festivals and one-of-a-kind shopping and dining. For day trips or family vacations, Montgomery County, Indiana, is the place to create a masterpiece of memories.

Wabash College Campus Map

Downtown Dining Guide

Downtown Crawfordsville Map

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If traveling north out of Montgomery County, Visit Lafayette-West Lafayette can help you plan your trip through Tippecanoe County.

If traveling south out of Montgomery County, Discover Putnam County and Parke County have resources available to help you plan

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Montgomery County Blog

Crawfordsville Showcases Interactive Exhibits From Artist, Owen Lowery

Now through April 4, 2024, interactive artist, Owen Lowery is the Artist-in-Residence at Wabash College, transforming the Eric Dean Gallery into a synergistic installation space entitled Proto/Drift. Proto/Drift has two components: The Proto-Room and The Drift-Room. The Proto-Room showcases prototypes, testing and creating artwork in…

Solar Eclipse in Montgomery County – Monday, April 8, 2024

On Monday, April 8, the southeastern portion of Montgomery County, Indiana will experience a total solar eclipse. This includes Crawfordsville. The remaining northwestern area will experience a partial solar eclipse. No matter where you are in Montgomery County, this will be a rare and historic…

Montgomery County: Apple of My Eye

William Bernhardt III, a fourth-grade student at Hoover Elementary in Crawfordsville, was inspired by a project assigned by his teacher, Mrs. Danforth. The topic was Johnny Appleseed, and the assignment was to create something “apple related.” The timing aligned with Johnny Appleseed’s birthday, and the…