Vincennes / Knox County Convention & Visitors Bureau

Relive the Story of Vincennes and Knox County with a glimpse of history at every turn. Founded in 1732 by Sieur de Vincennes, Francois Marie Bissot, Vincennes is Indiana’s first city. Visit the largest federal monument west of Washington D.C. also the site of an important U.S. victory with the capture of Fort Sackville. Step into a presidential mansion completed in 1804 and the original Indiana Territorial Capitol.

Explore one of the most exceptional and wideranging collections of U.S. military history and laugh at the ageless humor of Red Skelton. We are more than just history and invite you to stop in our charming restaurants and antique stores. Our thriving Agri-Tourism and farm markets offer an array of fresh produce. It’s all here waiting for you!

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