Do More, Spend Less with These
Indiana Travel Deals
Plan a trip that is full of adventure, yet easy on your budget, with these Indiana travel deals. You can save on lodging, cave tours, ziplining, and more.
Round out your trip with more fun things to do. Our free visitor guide offers a lot of inspiration!
Coming Soon: $4 Off Cave Tours
When Indiana Caverns, Marengo Cave, and Squire Boone Caverns can operate at full capacity following Covid-19, we will resume selling discounted cave tours at the Blaine H. Wiseman Visitor Center in downtown Corydon. While there, you can find out more things to do in the area from our travel counselors. Tickets must be purchased onsite and are not available over the phone.
Clarion Pointe: 15% Off One Night’s Stay
Enjoy a discounted night’s stay at the Clarion Pointe, a newly renovated and rebranded hotel conveniently located near I-64, caves, outdoor activities, dining, and downtown Corydon. Call 812-738-3900 to book your stay. Based on availability. Not valid with advanced reservations, other discounts, special events or promotions. Some restrictions apply, offer expires 12/31/21.
Harrison County Discovery Center: Homeschool Discount
Homeschool and e-learning students and educators receive a group rate of $3 (no matter the size of your group) ath the Harrison County Discovery Center. Learn about the region's history through high-tech, interactive displays.
Hampton Inn: Homeschool Discount
Indiana Caverns: $2 Off
Save $2 off adult cave tour tickets and $1 off children's cave tour tickets when you bring in or show this coupon at Indiana Caverns. Open daily at 9am, with family friendly tours throughout the day. Indiana Caverns, discovered in 2010, is the heart of one of America's great cave systems and within the longest cave in Indiana at over 44 miles!
Indiana Caverns: Homeschool Discount
Marengo Cave: Discounts for Military, Foster, and Homeschool Families
Squire Boone Caverns: $2 Off
Squire Boone Caverns added a new passageway to the cavern tour in 2017. Explore this living, growing ecosystem deep below Earth's surface, and learn how its passageways were slowly formed over eons, even as dinosaurs roamed the earth! The new tour includes a new entrance, new bridges, new corridors, and breathtaking scenes never seen by the public.