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Indiana is perfect for nurses and clinicians who like to be countryside. Open roads and fields fill the state, leading to some pretty amazing spots for those who want to relax and find solitude in the grandeur of all that nature has to offer. Numerous museums show the history of the state, and there are plenty world-class events that anyone can enjoy. Apply today to see if Indiana is the right fit. We have allied health, PRN, and travel nursing jobs available now. If you already live in Indiana, great! We have endless local placement opportunities available. Check out our branch locations in Lafayette and Evansville for more information.

Indiana is home to Medical Staffing Solutions, and we absolutely love it here. We take great pride in the Hoosier hospitality that sets Indiana apart from the rest. Check out some of our favorite Indiana destinations below.

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Our Favorite Spots

New Harmony Historic Site – New Harmony, IN
Settled in 1814, New Harmony was first a spiritual sanctuary for the Harmonie Society and then a haven for international scientists and scholars led by Robert Owen in 1825. A small town with a big history, New Harmony offers visitors and residents a remarkable range of experiences: art galleries, museum exhibitions, professional summer theatre, guided tours of historic properties, a winter concert series, festivals, unique shopping and dining in a beautiful, walkable community, plus Harmonie State Park is located just south of town. (New Harmony Gov)

Indiana Dunes National Park – Porter, IN
Located along the southern tip of Lake Michigan, the Indiana Dunes attracts millions of visitors each year. While best known for its world class beaches, the Indiana Dunes and its surrounding areas offer so much more. World class cuisine, breathtaking scenery, eclectic nightlife and exhilarating biking and hiking await you on your next trip to the Dunes. Indiana Dunes National Park hugs 15 miles of the southern shore of Lake Michigan and has much to offer. Whether you enjoy scouting for rare species of birds or flying kites on the sandy beach, the national park’s 15,000 acres will continually enchant you. Hikers will enjoy 50 miles of trails over rugged dunes, mysterious wetlands, sunny prairies, meandering rivers and peaceful forests. (Indiana Dunes, NPS)

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis – Indianapolis, IN
A large and wondrous place the whole family can enjoy, the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis encompasses 29 acres in the United Northwest neighborhood of the city. As the largest children’s museum in the world, the many different exhibits and hands-on science displays span from the time of the dinosaurs to astronauts living aboard the International Space Station. Including thousands of artifacts, photo opportunities, and interactive experiences, the museum is a sure-fire favorite for children of all ages and an incredible learning experience for adults as well. Other exhibits at this world-renowned museum include a planetarium, children’s theater, and numerous outdoor exhibits including an eye-catching “Tree of Sports” playground. Other areas of eye-catching interest include a 43-foot-tall Dale Chihuly glass sculpture; full-size dinosaur skeletons, including one of the world’s few mummified dinosaurs; and an interactive playscape designed specifically for preschoolers. A full-day family outing, the museum also provides daily events and programs, including costume building workshops, a “Secrets of the Lab” series, and Astronaut Training aboard the International Space Station. For even more fun things to do, the children’s museum also features a restored 1917 carousel on the fourth level of this near 475,000-square foot facility. (Planetware)

Indianapolis Zoo – Indianapolis, IN
The Indianapolis Zoo is known for giving visitors not just your regular zoo visit. Apart from discovering the zoo’s collection of animals, you can also enjoy some unique activities such as the Animal Art Adventure where the zoo’s talented animal artists will create you a personalized painting that you can take home with you. You can also try the Dolphin In-Water Adventure where you can have a guided encounter with the zoo’s friendly dolphins. Visit the White River Gardens and learn about what you can do to help conserve plants and animals at their Conservatory Show. (Attractions of America)

Holiday World & Splashing Safari – Santa Claus, IN
Very few parks offer you two fun attractions in one special place. Enjoy some thrilling and breathtaking rides at Holiday World such as Liberty Launch, the Raging Rapids, and the Scarecrow Scrambler. If you want a fun water adventure, check out the exhilarating slides and wave pools at Splashing Safari. (Attractions of America)

White River State Park – Indianapolis, IN
Spanning 250 acres, White River State Park in Indianapolis is a place where you will find natural beauty, exciting attractions and plenty of activities at your fingertips. You will find something to suit all ages and preferences at this site, including the Indiana State Museum, the stunning White River Gardens, Indianapolis Zoo, and the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art amongst others. You can also enjoy the great outdoors in the many acres of green space – and you can even explore the park by bike, boat or segway. With so much to see and do, you will be able to enjoy a full and exciting day of diverse entertainment at this park. (Attractions of America)

Lucas Oil Stadium – Indianapolis, IN
Home to the Indianapolis Colts, this state-of-the-art stadium will give you the best football experience you’ve ever had. You can also enjoy the stadium tours where you get a behind-the-scenes look at everything that the stadium has to offer. These one-hour tours will take you to the playing field, the locker rooms, the press box and several other areas of interest. (Attractions of America)

Marengo Cave National Landmark – Marengo, IN
Discovered by two school children back in 1883, the Marengo Cave National Landmark in Indiana is a fascinating attraction that has been providing tours for more than 130 years. You will find the inside of the cave breathtaking as you take in the rock formations and enjoy the walking tours that are offered here. You can also enjoy a variety of other activities such as gemstone mining, the cave simulator and even water activities at the river just by the cave. There are two key walking tours on offer, which includes the forty minute Crystal Palace tour and the sixty minute Dripstone Trail. (Attractions of America)

French Lick Resorts – French Lick, IN
A 100-foot-tall domed atrium crowns the restored 1902 West Baden Springs Hotel in West Baden, just over a mile away from partner resort French Lick Springs Hotel in French Lick. The two luxury lodgings offer access to golf courses, a casino, horseback riding trails, spas, bike rentals, pools and other entertainment. If you’re a history buff, join daily tours at each location to learn more about the early days of these grand hotels. (Attractions of America)

Indianapolis Museum of Art – Indianapolis, IN
The Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) houses an impressive collection of works from all around the world. Its permanent and rotating exhibits contain paintings, drawings, sculptures, and objects from various places and time periods. The IMA also boasts several collections of works from private collectors. Guests can enjoy IMA events like speeches, workshops, classes, and performances on a regular basis. The research arm of the museum has amassed an immense amount of information about science, art, technology, culture, and other interesting and applicable topics. The museum also holds special programs and tours for young visitors. (Attractions of America)

Monroe Lake – Bloomington, IN
Monroe Lake is the state’s largest inland lake. Built in 1965, there are 10,750 acres of water surface surrounded by several thousand acres of state and federally owned forest lands. Boating, fishing, water-skiing, and swimming are available in numerous locations. Camping is also available at private, state and federal campsites or at nearby private campgrounds. Boat rental companies, bait shops and two resorts are located on the lake’s shores. Several state recreation areas provide visitor information, nature centers and picnicking options. (Visit Bloomington)

Turkey Run State Park – Marshall, IN
Turkey Run State Park has what you’ve been needing. Explore it and see how Indiana was shaped by ancient forces. You’ll discover ancient Indiana’s remains. Many old growth trees exist in the park. A walk into one of the ravines takes you on a trip through time, for the sandstone gorges represent 600 to 300 million years of nature’s handiwork. Deep canyons nestled in the shadows of sandstone cliffs and peaceful hemlock groves are some of the most ruggedly beautiful hiking trails in the state, as well as miles of bridle trails. Turkey run is the perfect spot for tubing, canoeing, and simply relaxing in Indiana’s natural splendor. (Turkey Run State Park)

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