River Cities Bike Share Program
Our community Bike Share is launching May 6th! Known as River Cities Bike Share, this innovative initiative – the first bike share program of its kind in Southeast Indiana – features approximately 30 “ready-to-ride” bicycles located throughout the cities of Lawrenceburg and Aurora. Equipped with a locking mechanism, the bikes will be housed at several docking sites in both communities, and can be reserved and rented via an app or onsite.
Each of the Shimano seven-speed bicycles will be available on a ride-and-return basis. The cost to ride is $3 for the first hour and $2 for each additional hour.
Aurora Architecural Walking Tour and Alley Tour
Discover downtown Aurora's unique, historical architecture via a "sidewalk perspective" and how it is intertwined among Aurora's downtown businesses and homes. Speaking of perspectives, also view Aurora's "other" unique architecture from the alleys which intertwine this historic river town.
235 Main Street
Aurora, IN IN
Dearborn County Historical Society
Located in the historic Vance-Tousey House in downtown Lawrenceburg, the Dearborn County Historical Society offers a variety of services for visitors interested in the county's rich history, including genealogical research assistance, a restored log cabin and programs and special events on occasion.
Hillforest Victorian House Museum
The charming Ohio River town of Aurora is home to Hillforest Victorian House Museum, a stately 1855 Italian Renaissance mansion just blocks from the river and downtown historic district.
Home to industrialist and financier Thomas Gaff and his family between 1855 and 1891, the mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1992. It has been featured on cable television's HGTV and is open for tours from April through December, with numerous special events taking place throughout the year.
Windows of Aurora Murals
Windows of Auora is a public mural project featuring historic street scenes that transport visitors back in time. The project includes over 80 murals placed on historic buildings throughout downtown Aurora. The murals depict scenes that people in the early 1900s would have seen if they were looking into or out of thier windows in Aurora during that time period.
A free mobile app allows visitors to download detailed Windows information directly onto thier smarphones or tablets. Available on the App Store.
235 Main Street
Aurora, IN 47001