Ferdinand in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Sacred & Religious Sites. Discover best things to do in Ferdinand with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Ferdinand
5 based on 53 reviews
My husband and I love to see churches ano cathedrals when on vacation. We have been to Paris and other large cities of the world. We missed the last guided tour; however, we were directed to the church by a wonderful sister. From the time we opened the door, I was completely awestruck with the beauty of the windows and statues. This is a must see! Will come back with family. The sisters were very informative and answered all questions.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
We have been to Saint Meinrad Archabbey before when we spent a night and enjoyed the atmosphere of this place. This time we were in the area and decided to visit again. There is some construction going on but that does not stop one from going into the church and thanking the good Lord for all are blessings.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari are a family-owned theme park and water park combo located in Santa Claus, Indiana. Home of Thunderbird - America’s only launched wing roller coaster, Holiday World celebrates Christmas, Halloween, Thanksgiving and the 4th of July with roller coasters, family rides, a huge water park, live entertainment, games, attractions - and Santa Claus, himself! Splashin’ Safari, ranked one of the nation’s Top Water Parks by TripAdvisor and USA Today, includes the two longest water coasters in the world, numerous family water slides, two wave pools, plus water activities for children. Both parks have been voted the World's Cleanest for more than a dozen years by the readers of Amusement Today magazine. In 2016, Guinness World Records certified Mammoth as the World's Longest Water Coaster and in 2013, TIME magazine named The Voyage the nation’s #1 wooden roller coaster. Live entertainment includes musical shows, a country band, high dive show, and Santa’s Storytime. Both parks offer guests free soft drinks, free parking, free inner tube usage, free sunscreen and free Wi-Fi. New for 2017! Firecracker is a classic Calypso ride, one of only a handful still in operation in North America.
Holiday World has always been an amusement park that was super clean, super friendly, and super enjoyable. The park has arguably the world's best wooden roller coaster collection as well as a smooth launched steel roller coaster. In addition, Holiday World has one of the...MoreThanks so much for your review. We hope you come see us again!
5 based on 13 reviews
St. Benedict's Brew Works is located near the gift shop on the campus of the Sisters of St. Benedict Monastery on the hill in Ferdinand. The brew masters make small batches, so the variety of beers is ever changing. IPAs, browns, darks, Kolschs, and others are available. I like the several that I have tasted. They serve pretzels made by the sisters at their bakery and other simple bar food; they have a big screen tv to watch the big game. They also sell glasses with their nifty "Pray, Work, Brew" logo.
The Brew Works is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Check their website or Facebook page for hours.
And a visit to the beautiful historic convent and church is well worth the trip to Ferdinand.
5 based on 1 reviews
Steckler Grassfed is a certified organic farm that specializes in dairy and the art of making fine cheeses from raw, grass fed milk and cultures that are meticulously aged to preserve nutrients and wholesome flavors. Also available are other grass fed products such as pork, lamb, beef, and free-ranged poultry products. The, easy to access, farm store is open Tues, Fri, and Sat. appointment.
The first time we served their cheese was at our Derby Party. Everyone enjoyed them a lot. Most asked where we got it from and we told them from Stecklers Grassfed in Dale, In everyone asked for the directions. Real easy to find.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
We visited the Monkey Hollow Winery on a sunny September day. The grounds are beautiful and the wine tasting experience was a good one. We purchased three bottles for home and highly recommend a visit to those in the area.
5 based on 8 reviews
We came to the monastery to visit because of its magnificent beauty and peaceful nature. We found the Abby gift store and spent more time and money than we ever planned to spend. It is a tremendous find. They have every item found in their catalogue on display and available. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful. There are products made by the local monks and other religious in the region. Each is unique and impressive. Heck, you can even pick out your casket in the Archabbey’s side shop. They too are all hand made by the monks of Saint Meinrad.
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