Big Four Bridge

The Big Four Bridge spans the Ohio River and connects Louisville, Kentucky to Jeffersonville, Indiana for Pedestrians and Bicyclists.

Clark County Museum

This incredible museum is a must see to get a glimpse into the history of Jeffersonville and all of Clark County.  The museum collection ranges from the era of Native Americans to the present and includes family papers, photograph collections, Read More …

Historic District in Jeffersonville

The Old Jeffersonville Historic District – encompassing an area roughly bounded by I-65, Graham Street, Court Avenue and the Ohio River in downtown Jeffersonville – was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987 because of its architectural Read More …

Howard Steamboat Museum

A 22 room, late Victorian mansion features stained and leaded glass windows, intricate hand carved and original furnishings. Artifacts and models of famous boats built in the Howard Shipyards are exhibited.

Ohio River Greenway

Enjoy this nearly seven-mile long park that stretches along the banks of the Ohio River. The improvements to this seven-mile stretch are all a part of the Ohio River Greenway. The Greenway’s eastern most beginning is in the City of Read More …

Schimpff’s Confectionery and Candy Museum

Schimpff’s Confectionery is one of the oldest, continuously operated, family-owned candy businesses in the United States. It was opened in its present location in 1891 by Gustav Schimpff Sr. and Jr. This unique confectionery and lunch room in Jeffersonville’s downtown Read More …

Southern Indiana Visitors Center

The Southern Indiana Visitor Center is located in a distinctive Sunny Side Yellow building with angled walls and a circular, atrium-like base. This curiosity calls to visitors to enter the building where they learn about the many activities and attractions Read More …

The Grisamore House

Built in 1837 by brothers David and Wilson Grisamore, this outstanding two-story brick house blends elements of both the Federal and Greek Revival styles. It has housed several notable Jeffersonville families, and William Henry Harrison delivered a speech from the Read More …