Aurora (IN)

Aurora (IN)

  • Aurora, Indiana is packed with historic buildings and sites. Everywhere you turn you’ll see something of historic significance. In this video we covered 17 historic sites and stories that you…[View More]

  • Anna Petrovic Meyer played professional Women’s Baseball during WWII when the men went off to war. Here’s her story!

  • Founded in 1850, the Aurora First Presbyterian Church is as beautiful inside as outside with its towering steeple that can be seen for miles. Watch this video and take a tour with us as we explore …[View More]

  • Built in 1914 the Aurora Public Library strongly resembles a Carnegie Library, however it was funded by Georgiana Sutton a local resident of Aurora.

  • Built by the Baptist in 1848, this is the oldest structure in Aurora, Indiana.

  • Built in 1917 this single lane pony truss bridge is about 41 feet long and spans a branch of Laughery Creek on East Laughery Creek Road in Dearborn County, Indiana. I remember driving over the brid…[View More]

  • The Hillforest Mansion was built between 1853 and 1855 by the Gaff family. To this day, it is one of the most outstanding mansions in the State of Indiana.

  • Built in 4 different phases beginning in 1810, the Veraestau Historic Site sits high on a hill over looking the Ohio River near Aurora, Indiana.