Saturday, December 6, 2008

Scenes from... Anderson, IN

There is a lot of charm in Anderson, IN. The Lemon Drop restaurant was founded in 1955 and is Anderson's oldest restaurant. While we didn't dine there, we think the Big Boy sign is cute (by the way, here's a website where you can generate your own Big Boy sign). There are lovely homes on Historic 8th Street which is 11 blocks of homes built from 1870-1920. There is the beautiful old Big Four Depot which is now the home of the Anderson Young Ballet Theatre. It must be hard to be a theatre and exist on the same block as the glorious Paramount but there is the cute State Theatre sign and it just looks like the building needs a little love. The last picture is the Gruenewald House which you can tour.


Zick said...

I just came across this site today. I live in Anderson. Too bad you didn't visit The Nile.

WYA! said...

Oh, Anderson is just a hop, skip, and a jump away. We'll keep The Nile in mind. Thanks.