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The 7 Things You Can’t Miss on Your Visit to Evansville

There may be plenty of things to do during your visit to Evansville — but there are certainly somethings you cannot miss!

Whether you’re capturing a photo at the Evansville Indiana Mural, chowing down on the original Pizza King Stromboli, taking a stroll on the riverfront, or walking into the 3rd oldest baseball stadium still in use, these are experiences that you do not want to miss!

Read on for the most necessary things to do while you visit Evansville.

1. Snap a selfie at the Evansville Indiana mural

Graffiti meets art & culture

Evansville Indiana Mural

Greetings from Evansville Indiana mural; credit by Deb Turner

The mural is located in an alley at 318 Main Street beside Innovation Pointe.

2. Taste the original Pizza King Stromboli

Since the early 60’s Evansville has had it’s own version of the popular food item, and it’s surprisingly good!

Pizza King Stromboli

Photo courtesy of Evansville Stromboli Festival

3. Walk the bases at Historic Bosse Field

The 3rd oldest baseball stadium still in use and site of the “League of Their Own” blockbuster.

Photo courtesy of WEVV

You may not be able to technically walk the bases, but the Evansville Otter’s organization welcomes visitors during regular business hours. 

4. Visit the Four Freedoms Monument

Four Freedoms Monument

The Four Freedoms Monument was originally commissioned by President Franklin D. Roosevelt following his articulation of the “Four Freedoms” in his 1941 State of the Union Address

The Four Freedoms: Freedom of Speech and Expression, Freedom of Worship, Freedom from Want, Freedom from Fear. – source Wikipedia

This particular monument in Evansville was inspired by the original basis and built in 1976 by architect Rupert Condict. 

5. Take a Stroll on the Downtown Riverfront

Downtown Riverfront

Photo courtesy of VisitEvansville.com

Enjoy the breathtaking views and breezes from the mighty Ohio River.

6. Take the Kids to Mickey’s Kingdom Park

This MEGA castle themed playground is state of the art with so many unique playground additions.

Mickey's Kingdom
Photo courtesy of the Mickey Kingdom Park’s facebook page

7. Grab a Bru Burger at the Historic Greyhound Terminal

Photo courtesy of Indiana Landmarks

Check back often for more interesting things to do in Evansville, Indiana