- CONFERENCE INFO
- EVENTS CALENDAR
- A BIT OF HISTORY
- WHERE IS SCOTT COUNTY?
- FREE VISITORS GUIDE
- FUNDING REQUEST INFO
Scott County Indiana exalts heritage and hospitality! Our community is a graceful blend of small town traditions and an area on the edge of big city excitement. Nestled in the beautiful Ohio Valley we are centrally and conveniently located. The area offers groups and leisure travelers an opportunity to visit attractions in Southern Indiana as well as Northern Kentucky, while staying in a community known for its rich history and welcoming spirit.
From the nationally famous Ultra-Light Fly-In at the Scottsburg Airport to the internationally known Kentucky Derby in Louisville, Kentucky, a visit to the Scott County area offers experiences for every seasoned traveler as well as affordable and memorable family vacations any time of the year.
Take a leisurely stroll around our quaint square, and browse our many antique shops, and local merchants. Grab a pencil and make your way around the county on a Historical Scavenger Hunt searching for items of historical significance in our area, and finish up with a decadent dessert and coffee on the square overlooking our courthouse square.
Spend some time relaxing by the pool at one of our clean, affordable hotels, or enjoy a few rounds of golf at our own Westwood golf course or at the The Bridge as it's commonly called at the Fuzzy Zoeller- designed and owned 18-hole course just minutes away in Floyds Knobs. Each hole has been laid out to emphasize the natural beauty of the landscape and panorama. The par 72 circuit features five lakes, a meandering creek and is pleasantly forested.
Whatever you decide to do, do it with us, call or e-mail us today, and let us help you plan your next vacation or weekend getaway TODAY! You'll be glad you did!!!
THE MID-AMERICAN SCIENCE PARK IN SCOTTSBURG, INDIANA...
The Worldwide Communication and Conference Center at the Mid-America Science Center in Scottsburg provides tenants and guests with facilities for small to large-scale meetings and events. The Center includes a 108-seat Presentation Hall, equipped with state-of-the-art technology for worldwide, real-time communication. Additional meeting and conference rooms are available for small groups.
MASP encourages local communities to become part of its progressive fabric. The Park invites citizens to utilize its meeting facilities and actively participate in scheduled events and new developments. MASP's Training and Research Center offers a computer classroom capable of hosting a variety of professional and workforce development programs.
Attend a movie night or plan your next business meeting here. Please contact or visit MASP to learn more about upcoming events. Consider hosting your next event in one of MASP's modern facilities by planning a reception or business meeting, or celebrating an anniversary or wedding.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL THE MID-AMERICAN SCIENCE PARK AT 812-752-9521 OR GO TO THEIR WEBSITE AT WWW.MASPARK.ORG.
Welcome to our online events calendar! Here you can check out all the local happenings, and keep up to date. You can also print it off and put it on your fridge, that way you won't miss a thing!
Scott County was formed on February 1, 1820, and named after General Charles Scott, a Revolutionary
War hero and early Kentucky Governor. It is 30 miles north of Louisville Kentucky. Scottsburg was founded in 1871 with the building of the Jeffersonville, Madison and Indianapolis Railroad. The town was named after Horace Scott, President of the railroad.
Scott County has 15 Indiana State Historical Markers scattered throughout the county. They are:
- Town of Austin, U.S. 31 & Morgan Drive, Austin;
- Marshfield Robbery, U.S. 31 N. & Terrell Road, Scottsburg;
- Lake Iola Interurban Center, Wm. Graham Park, Scottsburg;
- Scottsburg Depot, 90 N. Main, Scottsburg;
- Scott County Public Library, Main & Wardell, Scottsburg;
- Scott County Courthouse, 1 East McClain, Scottsburg;
- Scott County Home, 1050 S. Main, Scottsburg;
- Morgan's Raid, Ind. 356 at the railroad, Vienna;
- Pigeon Roost, U.S. 31 S, Underwood;
- Clark's Grant, Ind. 3 and Kinderhook Road, Scottsburg;
- John Kimberlin Farm, Westport Road, Nabb;
- Site of the Western Eagle, Ind. 356, on the square, Lexington;
- Lexington; First County Seat, Ind. 203, on the square, Lexington;
- Morgan's Raid, Ind.356, on the square, Lexington;
- William H. English Home Site, Ind. 203, Lexington;
For more information on Scott County, you might want to visit The Scott County Heritage Center and Museum which contains many evocative displays. The Scott County and Heritage Center is also a great place to pick up additional tourist information. The museum is open Monday to Saturday from 9:00am - 5:00pm. Closed Sunday and most major holidays.
The Heritage Center and Museum is at 1050 S. Main Street. To get to Center, go south on Main Street from the southwest corner of the square. The Heritage Center and Museum on the right.
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