Established in 2013 by Eric and Emily Harris, Two-EE’s Winery is nestled on a hillside near Roanoke, Indiana, and is surrounded by 40 acres of trails and vineyard.The winery was founded on the belief that every grape varietal deserves a spotlight, because each one has something to offer. Our journey to discover these unique varietals often takes us off the beaten path. And we like the challenge—the grapes are worth it.
Our wine list features a broad selection and is recognized as one of the finest wine lists in the world.
For a more casual environment, we invite you visit the Joseph Decuis Emporium. Purchase one-of-a-kind items and enjoy a distinctly relaxed dining experience.
After years & years of disappointing hunting for unique items for our home, we decided to take matters into our own hands. We knew what we wanted… just the perfect blend of old and new items. It wasn’t easy, but after endless hunting, we succeeded in creating exactly what we wanted! Here it is, affectionately known as “ANTIQOLOGY”. Wait till you experience it… we know you will feel as passionate and pumped about it as we do.
Located in this beautiful historic home just one block off of Main Street in downtown Roanoke, Rescued Relics is two stories of beautiful antique and used furniture and decorations for your home that are hand picked for sale. Make sure you go upstairs for even more great items.
Plan to spend the afternoon or the day in Roanoke to ensure time to see all of the great shops.
Pulse Opera House
The Pulse Opera House in Warren was built in 1884 and is still entertaining audiences today. Under the direction of Cynthia Smyth-Wartzok and Ron Wartzok, the opera house has operated as a not-for-profit theatre, specializing in melodramas, comedies, and musicals. Combining the history of the theatre with local and area talent, the Pulse Opera House is playing to enthusiastic audiences in Warren, Indiana.
The Quayle Vice Presidential Learning Center
The Quayle Vice Presidential Learning Center is a small museum with world-class ambitions. From humble beginnings, the Center has risen to become a well-respected institution with a stated mission of educating the public, especially elementary and middle school students, about the Office of the Vice President, as well as the history and workings of our government.
Come for the afternoon and ask for a guided tour from our museum director.
Forks of the Wabash Historic Park
Travel through time with us and visit our historic settlement along the banks of the Wabash River. You will discover pieces of the past, and explore a simpler, exciting period of time in Huntington County’s history when you walk through the thresholds of the Nuck House, Schoolhouse and the home of Chief Richardville.
The Historic Forks of the Wabash can facilitate a wide variety of programs. On-site opportunities are great for schools, clubs, home-school groups, or day camps. Professional presentations are also available for your site. Topics include archaeology, canals and transportation, pioneer life, Woodland Indian history and more.
Ease of Access to Highway
Just passing through or need access to I-69 during your visit to Huntington County? We have several hotels that are conveniently located just off the interstate that are sure to meet your individual or corporate needs.
There are several national chains represented including Comfort Inn, America’s Best Value Inn, Econolodge and Motel 6. If you prefer an economical option, try the Huggy Bear in Warren.
Overnights in Roanoke
Planning a romantic evening or a weekend of shopping with the girls? Prefer a quieter small town alternative for business travel to adjacent cities?
There are two high quality options for overnights in the town of Roanoke. The North End Suites and the Inn at Joseph Decuis are both options that provide quiet, high end options for a perfect visit to the area.
Overnight Options in Huntington
Stay close to the University with the Holiday Inn Express, Super 8 or the Quality Inn.
For those looking for a gorgeous bed and breakfast experience, the Purviance House Bed and Breakfast is conveniently located downtown.
Economical options include the Huntington Inn near the intersection of St. Rd. 9 and US 24 on the west side of town or the quiet homey environment of the Sheryl Manor on Etna Avenue.
See our trip planner below for points of attractions, places to dine and retail located near your selected hotel.