There's a small town in Southern Indiana that is so sweet and quaint. It's an 1800's town called Metamora and we had a chance to go there for Mother's Day a few years back.
Whitewater Valley Railroad. It was a chilly day, but they had a cute store and museum areas for us to wait for the train. Since it was a Mother's Day trip, we splurged and spent the extra money to ride in the caboose.
We ate lunch in the sweetest little place, owned by the sweetest couple. The town has a few different places to eat, shop and explore.
There is a Grist Mill to explore, which is powered by a waterwheel.
Metamora has festivals and holiday events. Whitewater Valley Railroad also puts on special train events throughout the year.
We will be going again soon!