About AndersonAnderson is the international headquarters for the Church of God and the site of its annual convention.
Historic West Eighth Street is an 11-block neighborhood with Victorian houses built 1870-1920; more than 100 Newport-style gaslights adorn the streets.
Gruenewald Historic House , 626 Main St., is a three-story French Second Empire house dating from 1860. Living-history guided tours, available by appointment, present the house as it was when Martin Gruenewald, a successful local businessman, completed it; phone (765) 648-6875.
Several hiking, bicycling and canoeing trails are found along the White River; most of these travel through Mounds State Park.
Visitor Centers Anderson/Madison County Visitors Bureau 6335 S. Scatterfield Rd. Anderson, IN 46013. Phone:(765)643-5633 or (800)533-6569
ShoppingApplewood Centre, at Scatterfield Road and I-69, contains a number of shops and restaurants.
Things to Do Anderson Museum of Art
GAMBLING ESTABLISHMENTS Hoosier Park Racing & Casino
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