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Indiana Attractions

  Avon Attractions – While the community of Avon, Indiana may be on the small side, with a population of just under 7,000, it’s still an active and growing place with its own distinct Avon attractions, including the Prestwick Country Club, the Avon Haunted Bridge, and the Avon Perennial Gardens.
  Beech Grove Attractions – Beech Grove is a family-oriented community and as such, the Beech Grove attractions are mainly for the families: Beech Grove Bowl, a skate park, car shows, and a the comprehensive Beach Grove Public Library are just a few examples.
  Brownsburg Attractions – Brownsburg has something for everyone, be it Indianapolis sports enthusiasts who want to take a swing at one of Brownsburg’s professional golf courses, gear heads who want to smell the exhaust at the O’Reilly Raceway Park, or members of the Brownsburg arts community who want to show off their skill at the Festival of the Arts.
  Camby Attractions – Camby is primarily a residential area, with no real downtown and no real town government, so Camby attractions are almost non-existent, but residents can always make the short drive to downtown Indianapolis to get their kicks.
  Carmel Attractions – In addition to Carmel’s highly praised Arts & Design District, the city of Carmel, Indiana offers a variety of other attractions and Carmel things to do, including the Old Town Antique Mall, art galleries, the Carmel Symphony Orchestra, and the Museum of Miniature Houses.
  Danville Attractions – Danville attractions may not have the flash and variety of Indianapolis attractions, but they have a small town charm of their own. If you love nature, history, and peaceful reverie, then Danville is the place to go.
  Fishers Attractions – A principle attraction for this growing Indiana town is the Conner Prairie Living History Museum, but other fun things are afoot in Fishers, including the Pinheads Entertainment Complex, the Fishers Train Station (through which the Indiana State Fair Train routinely passes), and the myriad of Fishers parks.
  Franklin Attractions – The many attractions in the city of Franklin provide fun, family time, and fitness to residents and visitors alike; some highlights include the Cultural Arts and Recreation Center, the Historic Greenway Trail, the Wonder Five Center, and the Franklin Town Square, home of the Johnson County Museum of History and the Artcraft Theater.
  Greenfield Attractions – If you think that Greenfield attractions are few and far between, all you have to do is look around you: the town is a virtual monument to James Whitcomb Riley, with no less than four Greenfield attractions named in honor of the poet: Riley Park, the James Whitcomb Riley Old Home & Museum, the Riley House, and the Riley Festival.
  Greenwood Attractions – There are tons of fun attractions and things to do in and around this growing Indianapolis suburb. Whether you are looking for a tour of the big city, small town adventure, or just trying to improve your stroke, the Greenwood area has something for everyone.
 

Indianapolis Attractions – Indianapolis attractions run the whole spectrum of entertainment, from cutting edge musical exploration in Broad Ripple Village to one of the largest sporting events in the world (the Indianapolis 500 Mile Race) at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Take a tour of an art gallery, experience fine Circle City dining, or go shopping in downtown Indianapolis; there are endless possibilities when it comes to Indianapolis attractions.

  Lawrence AttractionsLawrence parks, including Fort Harrison State Park, are many and include a lot of different things to do for Lawrence children and adults alike, while Lawrence events like the Lawrence 4th Fest and Lawrence Community Day provide a break in the day to day monotony that sometimes drags on in Indianapolis bedroom communities.
  Mooresville Attractions – Mooresville’s attractions are a little quirky; the weirdest of them is a “gravity hill,” an optical illusion that tricks viewers into thinking cars are rolling uphill. Other attractions include the Anderson Orchards Apple Festival, the Academy Building, and one of the last drive-in theaters, the Center Brook Drive-In.
  Noblesville Attractions – Noblesville, a suburb of Indianapolis, has a diverse set of attractions. Some of the best include Forest Park (which contains the Indiana Transportation Museum, the Forest Park Golf Course, and the Forest Park Aquatic Center), the Hamilton Town Center, and the Verizon Wireless Music Center, Noblesville’s mecca of music.
  Plainfield Attractions – Plainfield is home to Chateau Thomas Winery, one of the most renowned and celebrated wineries in the area; it’s also the site of the Old National Road, the Splash Island Family Water Park, and more.
  Shelbyville Attractions – There are a few popular Shelbyville attractions that draw residents and visitors alike to this small Midwestern town, including Bear Chase Golf Club, the Fiddler’s Three Restaurant, the Shelby County Arts Fest, Indiana Live Casino, and a slew of Shelbyville parks.
  Speedway Attractions – Speedway attractions are nothing short of legendary, starting with the world-famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Most cool things to do in Speedway revolve around racing, including the Brickyard Crossing Golf Course, and the Indy 500 Hall of Fame Museum.
  Westfield Attractions – Westfield has some nice Westfield park spaces and athletic field, a downtown with historic value, and some good specialty shops and Westfield restaurants, ongoing and special events going on all the time, and a central venue where people gather, in this case, the Westfield Library.
  Zionsville Attractions – The great metropolis  Indianapolis is just a hop, skip and jump away from Zionsville, and many of its residents enjoy a short jaunt to take in a Zionsville festival, the town’s golf course, its libraries, parks and cultural centers, or simply to get away from the big city and slow down in an honest-to-goodness small Midwestern town.

 

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A principle attraction for this growing Indiana town is the Conner Prairie Living History Museum.