Peru is a city in, and the county seat of, Miami County, Indiana, United States. The population was 11,417 at the 2010 census, making it the most populous city in Miami County. Peru is located along the Wabash River, which divides the city in two.
Restaurants in Peru
4.5 based on 75 reviews
Grissom Air Museum is a non-profit organization whose mission is to educate our guests about the 70+ year history of this military base. We provide many experiences including tours, simulators, speakers, and multiple artifact displays. Are mission is to continue the legacy of the brave men and women who served on this base. Featured: Oldest B-58 Hustler, SAC Base Alert Tower, "Looking Glass" Mission's EC-135, Oldest Tanker "KC-97", F-100 Flown by Neil Armstrong, TF-102 Flown by President George W. Bush, and an A-10 Thunderbolt/Warthog. Plus a BA-53 Nuclear Bomb!
I visited this nice museum during a shirt stay in Kokomo and I'm glad I did. The staff were friendly and made people feel welcome with a greeting and conversation. There were exhibits you could claim in and detail information about the planes and other...MoreThank you for your kind words. We hope that you think about having your next outing at our place.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
This trail is very well maintained. The Nickel Plate Rangers travel the trail on a regular basis reporting any hazards and supplying information when needed. The trail is paved from Rochester to the North end of Kokomo and has been used by many cross country groups. It is not unusual to see wildlife along the trail as much of it goes through farmland and small towns. There have been reports of coyote, dear, Turkey, fox, rabbit, squirrel and more. When crossing the Wabash in Peru during the early winter through late spring, it's not unusual to spot a bald eagle fishing along the river. There are no restroom facilities but if you plan ahead, there are a few small stores that are open in the towns between Rochester and Peru and between Peru and Kokomo. There are plenty of places to eat just off the trail in Peru and the Rochester trail head is about a mile from Wal-Mart. This is one of the best rails-to-trails that we have in the state.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
This campground offers full hookup so while we didn't use their bathrooms or showers they did appear clean but could use some fresh paint to improve the appearance. Campsites are typical, close together and no real privacy. This area is great if you have a boat or want to enjoy the water but the hiking trails didn't really offer any type of views or anything of interest. We drove around and saw some pretty views of the lake and checked out the reservoir where a lot of people were having good luck fishing.
4 based on 34 reviews
We visited here on a Saturday afternoon and enjoyed our visit. There is a restaraunt to get a yummy apple dumping, a country store and also an orchard store to buy cider and apples. The country store is quite extensive. You can get Christmas decorations as well. Enjoy your visit.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
More than 75,000 items of historical significance include pioneer and Miami Indian artifacts, many circus relics, and Cole Porter memorabilia, featuring his 1955 Fleetwood Cadillac. A Victorian house, church, one-room schoolhouse, garage, shops and other period structures represent Peru in 1910.
A well display of circus items including models, books, photos and costumes. also a Tom Mix display.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
I have been lucky enough to play here a few times a year for the past several years. The course is always in fantastic shape and the staff has been wonderful. I look forward to playing here as much as any course in the state....MoreI can't thank you enough for the 5-Star Rating and thanks again for paying Rock Hollow!
5 based on 7 reviews
Let me first say that the following comments are from the Co-Founder of American Huey 369, Alan Walker.
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4.5 based on 5 reviews
The Roxy 5 was opened in 2012. Following the corporate closing of Peru's previous chain-owned theater, community leaders came together to found the Roxy 5. Awarded the Golden Shovel by the then mayor, Jim R. Walker, The Roxy Theater stood as a shining light among local business in tough economic times. Open now for 5+ years, the Roxy 5 always puts the customer & community first. The Roxy 5 is also available for group bookings, parties and events. Please contact us for more info. Doors open a half hour before the first show. Doors and concessions close a half hour after the start of the last show of the evening.
I didn't realize Peru had a movie theater until a few weeks ago. So I took my daughter down here to see SING while she was on break. This is easy to get to off of US24 and it is only a couple miles east of the US31 & US24 intersection.
The ticket sales and snack sales are all at the same counter, you pay for both at the same time. Which is nice but a bit cumbersome, because the lines can be backed up to the door pretty quickly. This was about the only thing I think could be improved on, they did end up opening a second register, then things smoothed out pretty quick. They have a decent website so you can check showings and times.
Snacks are all pretty standard, candy, popcorn, slushee, and pop. They have a shake and share lid for the popcorn which costs a little extra or you get it with certain combos, this was something new to me, but it was nice to have. They have a butter station where you can put your own butter on your popcorn. They only have popcorn salt, no cheese or ranch flavors.
The actual theatre has stadium seating and was clean. They didn't have the volume cranked way up like some theaters do. They even had some boosters seats for small children in the corner up at the top of the seating. All and all it's a nice movie theater.
4 based on 17 reviews
We wanted to go here because we live in Sarasota and are quite familiar with all attractions available with the circus winter home there. Sorry but when you look this bad on the outside it can't be that good on the inside. Try the Ringling...MoreWe are sorry you didn't stop and make the effort to find out firsthand. Our nearly 100 year old buildings are full of circus history, lore and legend.
5 based on 1 reviews
Escape Adventures in Peru Indiana is Indiana’s newest and most unique escape game experience. With multiple themed experiences to choose from, there is something thrilling for everyone! Can you make it out in 60 minutes?
Had a great time even though we didn’t make it out! Can’t wait to go back and do it again! I loved that we didn’t have to drive out of town to do one of these.
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