Hendricks County Visitor, Bridal and Cultural Trail Printed Guides Now Available

Visit Hendricks CountyDANVILLE, IN (February 23, 2016) – Visit Hendricks County has new materials available for 2016 that any visitor, local or even a couple planning a wedding would find valuable.

The three publications – Visitor Guide, Bridal Services Guide and Rural Routes to Main Street Cultural Trail Guidebook – are just part of the many complementary services Visit Hendricks County offers.

All three guides are packed with information that any visitor and even locals would find useful in planning a trip, group outing or wedding.

The 2016 Visitor Guide has a new look and more pages this year. The 43-page guide includes a more robust hotel section, small historical nuggets about the county corresponding with the state’s Bicentennial celebration and a new Top 16 for 2016 section in addition to the usual event and attraction listings. With numerous full-color photos and descriptions, the guide will help anyone plan their next visit or simply learn what Hendricks County has to offer.Guides_2016

The Bridal Services Guide has updated listings of the county’s ceremony and reception facilities, caterers, florists, photographers, jewelers, entertainment and so much more. The free Bridal Services Guide truly is a one-stop resource that can help ease the stress associated with planning a wedding.

Finally, the Rural Routes to Main Street Cultural Trail Guidebook provides insight into more than 30 cultural offerings that make both Hendricks and Morgan counties so special. The easy-to-follow guide gives in-depth information on the sites, culture and cuisine unique to both counties helping you plan a day or even a weekend trip. The 37-page Guidebook also provides event listings and information on how to share your experience through social media.

All three guides are available at the Visit Hendricks County office, 8 W. Main St., Danville, and by request online at www.VisitHendricksCounty.com. Local businesses can also request Visitor Guides to have available as a service to their customers.

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