From days at the park to trips to the museum, there is so much to do in 2022! We’ve compiled a comprehensive list of things for people of all ages to do this year that’s great for visitors and locals alike! Read on to see what 2022 may have in store for you!
In honor of “Chocolate Covered Anything Day” today, we thought it would only be fitting to highlight one of the jewels of our town– Charlie’s Caramel & Candy Shop.
Ho ho ho Santa Claus is coming to town! Do you need helping knowing where to find him? We’ve got you covered!
We understand that not everyone has time to make the Thanksgiving feasts that you see on TV and in the movies, so we’ve compiled a list of local restaurants and small businesses that are prepared to help make your Thanksgiving feast dreams come true.
It’s Halloween weekend and there is no shortage of things to do around Knox County! Read below for this weekend’s roundup.
Here at the Vincennes/Knox County Visitors & Tourism Bureau, we understand that not everyone can take a multi-day trip; sometimes a quick weekend trip is all that you can do. Below is a tentative itinerary of how to live like a local in Vincennes for 48 hours.
With Halloween quickly approaching many of us are marking our calendars are filling up with fun events! Before you finalize your plans though, be sure to read the list below to find out how you can participate in even more of these spooktacular events happening locally!
The fall season is in full swing and the VTB calendar is full of events! Here is what is going on this weekend…
Fall is officially here! Festive, seasonal flavors have started taking over many of our local restaurants and shops, so we have taken it upon ourselves to compile a list of each of the County’s favorite local eateries and what they are offering this season.
Here is a list of 10 Fun and FREE things to do in Knox County without spending a penny! These activities offer the perfect opportunity to make memories, while discovering some of the best experience that Knox County has to offer. When was the last time you visited the George Rogers Clark National Historical Park? …