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The city of Terre Haute is nestled in Vigo County and sits in the west-central part of the state along the east bank of the Wabash River. Adjacent communities include West Terre Haute, North Terre Haute, Woodridge and Seelyville.

The name “terre haute” derived from the French meaning “high land”. Terre Haute was platted in 1816. It served as the headquarters for the US army corps of engineers under Major Cornelius. In 1832, Terre Haute became a town and later elected as a city. The city also developed a reputation for being “wide open”, with gambling and a well developed “red light district” that was not fully eliminated until the urban renewal of the riverfront in the 1960s.

For arts enthusiasts, the city offers the accredited Swope Art museum along with five art galleries. Notable cultural sites include the Children’s Science and Technology Museum of Terre haute and the CANDLES Holocaust Museum. Other cultural attractions include the Clabber Girl museum and general Store, the Fire–police Museum, the Native American Museum, and the kleptz Antique Auto museum.

Terre Haute also provides all world standard conveniences to its guests. Fabulous cuisine for different background, fine lodgings and excellent transportation services like Charter Bus that includes Motor Coach, Mini Bus, School Bus, Entertainer, Executive, Limo Bus, Double Decker, Passenger Van and Public Transit, are effortlessly within your reach to make your trip comfortable and ever memorable.

Terre Haute is home to Indiana State University and some national events. The Indianapolis Star recently called it “A Model of Stagnation”. In 1998, Readers Digest magazine named it one of the 50 best places to a raise a family based on a statistical and demographic review of 301 metropolitan areas throughout the US.