See what South Bend has to offer. From the University of Notre Dame to urban whitewater rafting, from miles of beautiful river walks to catching a Minor League Baseball game at our very own Cove. And don't forget the Studebaker Museum. It is definitely the crown jewel of the historical automotive glory of South Bend. South Bend... a little something for everybody.
Click on any of the links (if applicable) to go directly to the attraction's website.
The Studebaker National Museum: A truly magnificent museum! Re-live the automotive glory of South Bend. Check out the museum in its new home, which opened in October of 2005 at the corner of Thomas and Chapin Streets, adjacent to the Northern Indiana Center for History.
The University of Notre Dame:Tour the beautiful campus on the north edge of South Bend. Points of interest include the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, the Administration Building, the Hesburgh Library, the Grotto (a special place any time of day, but especially in the evening), or visit The house that Rockne built: Notre Dame Stadium. You don't have to be a fan to enjoy the campus. Walk around for a few hours or make it a day.
The East Race: When it was built in 1984, the East Race was the 1st artificial whitewater course in the United States. Go rafting or go for a stroll and see our beautiful riverwalk and explore miles of interurban trail.
The South Bend Silver Hawks: Major League fun at a Minor League price. Catch a game here and see what the new owner, Andrew Berlin (owner of the Chicago Whitesox), has done with this fantastic park. It is, after all, America's favorite pastime... Get up close and personal with all the action and fun at the Cove!
All of our recommendations are based on personal experiences and positive comments from our visitors. If you have a recommendation for us, please let us know and we may add it to the list.