Spring arrived early this year in Northwest Indiana and the blossoms were in full bloom at Heritage Park in Munster, Indiana. Heritage Park in Munster is a relatively new park located at the corner of Columbia Ave and Ridge Road. This location is a local historical landmark and a significant location in Munster’s history because this is the site of the Brass Tavern, the first tavern that was located on the Chicago Trail (now Ridge Road). A historical marker now sits along Ridge Road near the sidewalk in front of the park. The historic Kaske House, one of the oldest original structures in Munster, is also located in the park at the northwest corner. This location is a popular place for Northwest Indiana photographers to take wedding photos and is also sometimes used as a venue for wedding ceremonies.
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