With the 2024 total solar eclipse looming, we are looking for more ways to help bring our community together in educational and fun ways. We believe this event will do both. Our goal is to show two movies, the first being a kid and family-friendly film, while the second we hope will keep our adult audience around and may even evoke a sense of nostalgia. We’ve carefully selected blockbuster hits from now and the past in hopes of bringing as many people together as possible to foster a sense of community.
With the extensive history that Knox County and Vincennes have, some may have the idea that our sites, attractions, and festivals are not family-friendly, but that could not be further from the truth! There is a multitude of family and kid-friendly events in Knox County—some happen every week!
The Downtown Riverwalk, playgrounds, and museums are all great places for some last-minute fun! We’ve got everything you need and more to soak up those last rays of sunshine & have a day filled with fun for your family before the summer is over!
Our Interview with a Local series has been a big hit thanks to you, our wonderful visitors! We truly hope that this series has allowed you to feel more welcome when visiting Vincennes/ Knox County and helped to make your trip better than you imagined. We realized though that very few of you know who WE are, the people who make the VKCVTB what it is. Today that changes; today all three of us our introducing ourselves to you in hopes that you can get to know us a little bit better, and us you in return.
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.
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? …
Discover what Knox County has to offer by completing this fun scavenger hunt! For a printable version of this poster….
Over 92% of the land in Knox County is used for agriculture. Our county ranks first overall in the state for our Market Value of Agricultural Products Sold, 1st in sales of grains, oilseeds, dry beans, and dry peas, as well as 1st in vegetables, melons, potatoes, and sweet potatoes. It should come as no surprise then that agritourism plays a large role in our local economy. Here is our recommended route for your Knox County agritourism journey…
With school starting again and workdays getting longer, it is easy to stay cooped up inside. But fresh air and activity are good for overall mental and physical health, and there is no shortage of places to get just that here in Knox County! We encourage you to take advantage of all that our community has to offer!