Clayshire Castle

8780 East County Road 75 North Bowling Green, IN
Max Capacity: 100 people
Escape the chaos and stress of the modern world at Clayshire Castle, a medieval-style bed and breakfast in the tranquil countryside of western central Indiana. Here our guests are treated like royalty with luxurious accommodations and gourmet breakfasts. Innkeepers Lord Douglas and Lady Josephine are ready and waiting to help arrange your visit – from relaxing getaways to exploring local attractions. Enjoy a stroll in the gardens, wander through the hedge maze, hike the trails on our 120 acre property, take a soak in the aromatic cedar hot tub, or curl up with a good book in the library. We even have over 100 medieval costumes to add just the right touch to your visit or event at our Bowling Green, Indiana bed and breakfast. Contact us now to let us know how we can make your stay one to remember through the ages.
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  • Max Number of People for an Event: 100
Terre Haute, IN  
Capacity: 1500
This iconic Terre Haute landmark opened on January 28, 1922, and occupies a special place in American theatre architecture design. The Theatre was built by Terre Haute resident T.W. Barhydt to be a lasting gift to the city of Terre Haute and it was designed by America’s preeminent designer John Eberson to be his first prototype “Atmospheric Theatre” which became his signature style that is recognized to be the gold standard of American theatre design. Throughout its rich history, the Theatre has hosted a wide range of events that have included vaudeville, cinema, performing arts and community celebrations of all types. Through restoration efforts which began in May 2013, the Indiana Theatre’s heritage has been preserved and the Indiana has been reborn as a 1,600 seat full service event center which can host a wide range of community gatherings that include live entertainment, performing arts, cinema, wedding events, and fundraisers. While visiting our proud and historic city, we encourage you to visit this downtown treasure which has served as a vault for Terre Haute memories since 1922.