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Wayback Wednesday

As the first state capital, Historic Downtown Corydon has a lot of rich history to explore. See for yourself on Wayback Wednesday, May 8, with a visit to the Corydon Capitol State Historic Site, Harrison County Discovery Center, shopping for antiques, or an overnight stay at the beautiful Kintner House Inn.

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4 tickets to the Corydon Capitol State Historic Site

4 tickets to Harrison County Discovery Center

Overnight stay at the Kintner House Inn in Historic Downtown Corydon

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The first State Capitol

Indiana's First State Capital

The town of Corydon was Indiana's first state capital from 1816-1825. Today, you can see this history during tours of the capitol building and governor's headquarters.

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Harrison County Discovery Center

Harrison County Discovery Center

The Discovery Center, itself a historic building, is now home to a high tech history museum with interactive and immersive displays.

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Shop the Historic District

Historic Downtown Corydon offers a variety of unique shopping including antiques, artisan pieces, boutiques, housewares, and gifts. All shops are within walking distance,

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Kintner House Inn

Kintner House Inn

Constructed in 1873, this 15-room bed and breakfast is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Conveniently located in Historic Downtown Corydon, you can walk to attractions, dining, and shopping.

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Visitor Center

Historic Downtown Corydon Walking Tour

Learn about the history of Corydon at your own pace. Stop by the Blaine H. Wiseman Visitor Center to pick up an informative map.

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