Noblesville is a city in nine counties in Indiana.
Noblesville is the location of a county in Hamilton County. However, there is no bus for Noblesville. Since it's close to Indianapolis, there are options for arriving.
The Noblesville is located between the two main highways. Interstate 69 and Interstate 65. From Indianapolis and Michigan, you arrive at Noblesville via I-69 and reach just north of Fisher's. Select I-65, SR-32 East from Chicago and go straight to downtown.
Col. off the coast of I-70 in Indianapolis. In addition to the Weir Cook Indianapolis International Airport, small planes can plan to land at one of two airports in Hamilton County and Boone County, just west of Hamilton County. Both planes offer rental, sales, rental, catering and flight schools for the aircraft.
- Metropolitan Airport, 10401 Willow View Rd, Fisher☏Cars, .
- Indianapolis Executive Airport 11329, East SR 32, Zeonsville. +1 317-769-3288. The airport is open from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. every day at the Hamilton County Welcome Center.
- 1 Sheridan Airport 27045 Gerkwater Road, Sheridan, 317 .
- Hamilton County Convention Bureau, 37 East Main Street, Carmel (Indiana), ☏+1 317-848-3181, Toll-Free: . A non-profit tourist organization that promotes and promotes tourism, conventions, festivals, and other special events in Hamilton County. Our staff is very useful and we welcome visitors who need information. Visit their website to see the full text of the event calendar and an interactive map of the destination, golf, restaurant, shopping and place of stay.
- Located in the center of the Noblesville Visitor Center 839 Conner St. Noblesville Court square, the Visitor Center is open Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The general speed is 55 miles per hour (89 km/h) to 70 miles per hour (110 km/h) on the state/expressway and 35 miles per hour (56 km/h) on the other roads unless otherwise indicated. The Noblesville block is located in the square behind the Welcome Center in Noblesville.
The Noblesville is very flat, so you can easily cycle at any level. The sidewalk is wide, and if you choose to ride on the road, prepare for a driver who isn't used to cycling. It's easy to ride a bicycle in downtown.
Scenic and artistic beauty
- 1-Bell Fly Theater (SR 238/Greenfield Dori), . Community theater. You can view and hear the details of the performance from any table in the small facility.
- Birdy Art Gallery 195s. Fifth Avenue, +1 317-776-2278. The former First Baptist Church Building built in 1875 has a small museum to exhibit the art of members of the Hamilton County Artists Association. Events such as monthly shows and art classes are also held.
-  The building of the Hamilton County Court (Noblesville), France Renaissance, was completed in 1878. He served as a district court until 1992 and held Charles Manson and John Delinger. It is now listed in 'National Historic Site Free Registration.'
- The Hamilton County Museum of History: Built in 1857 and registered as a national history. The museum was built as a house for a county sheriff and served as a county prison until 1977. The museum houses historical antiques, artifacts, excavated articles, the history of the county, and genealogies. Freedom.
- between the historic Noblesville Square and Connor Street from Eighth Avenue to Ninth Avenue. The commercial district of Noblesville is literally metaphorically at the center of the community. It is a combination of historical architecture, a street light for period dramas, an antique flower box, and a wrought iron bench. The total number of people in the small town!
- The 30-mile (48 km) historic nickel plate art trail, which runs from Fisher's, Noblesville, Cicero, Arcadia, Atlanta and Tipton. The first of the eight Indiana craftsmen to reach the Indiana Transportation Museum, Alison Ville Road 19 and 19 state roads through cars and rivers. The course focuses on more traditional forms of art and covers food, culture and regional heritage.
- Potters Bridge 3, 19401 N. Allisonville☏ Le Rd, The only bridge across Hamilton County is a park in this county. Built between 1870 and 1871, the bridge crosses the White River. Crossing the bridge and looking over the river through many windows. You can also access canoes and kayaks. It is recorded in the National Historical Site Register.
- Chateau Visiow, 802 Marbury St Suite D1, ). The salon and spa are located in the Model Mill Building, a nationally registered site, offering hair, skin care, nails, massage services, and a rich packaging.
festival and event
- 11366: Stoney Creek Farm Pumpkin Harvest Festival (end of September to early October) 38 E (Stonnocreek Farm), ☏+1 317-773-3344. We celebrate all the pumpkins, autumn and regional history for a month. Hayride, silo slides (slides in silos), candle making, pumpkin toss (poor pumpkin), pottery making, woodcutter, and plenty of food. Take the funnel-cake and choose a pumpkin for the autumn celebration. Everyone, have fun! Cheap fun too.
- Otter's Bridge Festival (October 1940) Arisombi☏ Le Rd, . The festival celebrates the only bridge remaining in Hamilton County, and performs arts, crafts, food, live music, and children's activities.
- Noblesville Street Dance (Noblesville Downtown . At the end of July. This summer night, the Noblesville Main Street will host local restaurants, live music, classic car shows, antique tractor shows and more.
- Shakespeare in the Park (summer weekend), ☏+1 317 . Seminar and Dillon Parks. In Shakespeare Park, hosted by the Noblesville Committee of Cultural and Art, free live dramas are shown outdoors.
- July 4: The parade and fireworks event (July): Historic Downtown Noblesville
- Jazz Square (Friday, June-September) Enjoy the smooth sound and atmosphere of the Jazz Square Concert series. With a lawn chair, we go into Noblesville Main Street and introduce jazz from the square concert series. The band will perform live from 17 to 19:30.
- Friday (first Friday of every month) I make a monthly visit to Noblesville on a unique Friday. Many events are organized according to the season, and live, live, food and shopping is popular along the street.
- Noblesville farmers' market (Saturday from the end of May to the end of October) Knowlesville Main Street is sponsoring the weekly farmers' market in the Riverview Overflow parking lot. Every Saturday, from late May to October, it rains and shines from eight to twelve-thirty. They sell a variety of products including local products, bedding, flower arrangement, local honey, hand-made soap, and unglazed goods.
- Forest Park Golf Course 701ki . On the nine-hole municipal course, "Free Cart Monday" and rental clubs are provided.
- Fox Spray Golf Course 8465 E196☏+1 317 . A 27-hole public course, with four tee-shaped courses for all experienced golfers.
- Harbor Trees Golf Club, 333 Regents Park Ln 317-877-3612. The Pete Soybean Private Club offers a "membership sampler" every autumn for 100 dollars in family members.
- The Pebrbrook Golf Club 3110 Westfield☏ 317 +1Golfer has two 18-hole courses with multiple tee markers for each skill level. Provides a value path or daily fee. There are many T-letters.
- Brick golf club 12160E. The 216th, ☏+1 317-776-4653. As the name suggests, pagatry is really difficult for serious golfers. Each hole's 6T course changes from a 4562 yard course to a 7700 yard challenge. The tee on the back is the longest course in Indiana. In any case, 125 bunkers will make the course a real test. With Golf Digest, it has been one of the largest public courses in the United States. Area Hotel offers a "Stay and Play" package for Purgatory.
- Forest Park 701 Kikero Road. The 150 acres include nine-hole golf courses, miniature golf, amusement parks, skate parks, swimming pools, volleyball and tennis courts. The Indiana Transportation Museum and the Small Beauty carousel are designed in 1920 by Allen Herschel and can carry 20 "jumpers" and 12 animals (one dollar per person).
- 1 Dr. James A. Dillon Park, 6001 Edien Lane. In June 2008, a park near 78 acres opened. Amusement parks, spray parks, courses and skates.
- a seminar park between 10th and 11th streets. A small 1.5 acre park hosts the annual Shakespeare at parks and regional concerts.
- Strotaun Kotewi Park, 12308. Strostown ☏ Abbey . The 75-acre park includes wetlands, meadows, boats, fishing, hiking and nature trails for bicycles. It is also a hotbed for archeological activities. The students at the state university have discovered things that date back 1,400 years, including arrowheads and earthenware. Some of them are on display at the Taylor Natural History Center in the park.
- A pocket park that includes a South Side Park softball field, a basketball court, a playground, and so on between Second and Third Streets.
- Lake Morse - An artificial lake between Cicero and Noblesville - 1,500 acres for boat and water activity, 35 miles of coastline. More than 95% of the coastline is for residential use, but recreational boats are allowed. Carrigan Road Bridge Marina. The Lake Morse Park takes advantage of the dam on the east side of the lake to supervise swimming in the lake, picking and fishing throughout the year.
- 2Ruoff Home Mage Music Center, 12880 E.146th, +1 317-249-2710. Formerly, it was called Deer Creek, Verizon, and Klipsch. The largest outdoor music venue for this indie is held at concerts with covers and at grass seats. Many people have appeared, including Sadet, Aerosmith, Lora Paloza Tour, nine-inch nails, Metallica, Depeche mode, Lyle Lovette, Tom Pettie, Jonas Brothers, Jimmy Buffet, Dave Matthews, Ruskal Flat and others. The great death of gratitude that occurred in the 1990s is where the fish has been able to maintain the spirit of travel. Lyle Roberto and Julia Roberts appeared on the stage for the first time, after leaping at Marion, India at the beginning of the day.
- Noblesville Main Street is opened from Noblesville's Bureau Welcome Center, 942 Maple Ave, M-F 10AM to 4PM, and from Sa 10AM to 6PM.
- Hamilton Town Center 3901 Town Center BLVD. Provides the concept of an open air mall combining retail, restaurant and entertainment. The 16-screen movie theater is anchored by IMAX 3D. Milwaukee restaurant Johnny Basaburo opened one of two of Mo's Irish Pubs there.
- between the historic Noblesville Square and Connor Street from Eighth Avenue to Ninth Avenue. The commercial historic site of Noblesbourg is literally figuratively located in the center of the community: Combining historical architecture, the town takes advantage of its small character. The stores include furniture, art, wine, antiques, clothing, and books for children. Below are some of the shops in detail.
- Forflower & Gift shop, 84S. 317-770-0088. . A custom discipline that modifies the design and arrangement of the "fake" flowers in a botanical sense. Decols, gifts, and collections are also sold.
- Ichiro Town Pottery and Antique 12738 . They have been making stoneware here since 1983. They also sell antique and ceramic accessories.
- Old picket fence 894 Loganstree☏At . The old picket fence represents old or old goods of quality, material, and craftsmanship, or new goods that combine the comfort and style of modern times.
- Square Gallery Artist on the Square Corner Street 853 317-716-3998. This is the Square Gallery Artist on the Square. The artist from the square gallery offers a wide range of art works, from traditional art to modern art, that are made locally and can be enjoyed at an affordable price.
- Bundy Decoy & Company, Inc., 16506Strowtown Avenue, +1 317-770-5280. Duck Decoy is one of the few forms of true American folk art. The Native Americans used decoys first to lure game birds out of the sky. The oldest decoy found was a canvas bag made of reeds and feathers, more than 1,400 years ago. For centuries, decoys have evolved into wood sculptures. The decoy sculptors developed their own styles. Decoys are not used in hunting, but are American folk crafts, and we carve them with a kind of skill and pride. Bandy Decoy doesn't resemble both cats, so there are parts that can be gathered for this. You buy one kind of thing. There are various kinds of gifts in the modern world, but few are made of real wood and few are made of logs. Each bait is handled 28 times and requires more manual work per bait.
- A Corner Cottage 895 Corner . It's a small shop on the ninth street corner and a corner of Noblesville. There are a wide variety of gifts, favorites, greeting cards, home garden items, signage pottery, old items, and surprise items.
- Eleanor Rosellaz, 982 Logan Street☏, . A luxury girl boutique with 3.5 levels of great goods, including Bella Bradley, Colts, Home Decor, jewelry, Tom's shoes, clothing, and gourmet food.
- Old school yard time, 14520 SR 38E, ☏+1 317 . Garden Time at the Old School House is everything in the garden and what comes in? Around the beautiful school building in 1898, there are beautiful plants, garden treasures, and buildings. If you buy it, it will help you undo it.
- Linden Tree Unique Gift 856 Logan Street +1 317-773-3238. Linden Tree has a long tradition of providing its own specialty and gifts at an affordable price. Linden Tree provides works with a home accent, such as lugs, lamps and murals. The interior designer can be on the ground or reserved to help you make your choice. Gift wrapping is free.
- Logan Village Mall 977 Logan Street +1 317-776-999 Over 40 charming shops under one roof. The Old Newspaper Museum is a unique village that offers antiques, antiquity, new gifts, and home decorations.
- Martha James, Street 50 N.9☏+1 317-773-3803. Ladies' Boutique Featuring Jewelry, Wallets and Fashion - Accessories for Everyone come indulgently from day to day
- Noblesville Clock Company, 996 Conner St, . Wall clocks, manto clocks, cuckoo clocks, grandfather clocks, neon signs and candles are very numerous.
- The Wild 884 Loganst ☏ Retreat . The Wild Bookstore is the first independent bookstore in Noblesville Square, History. Specializes in the next-generation book worms and provides children's books, games, toys and puzzles.
- Barley Island Brewing Company 639 Connor St, ☏ . To provide a family dining restaurant, a game, a banquet service and a microbeer. Daily specials.
- "Hamilton Restaurant 933 Corner Street" 317-770-4545+1 Knowlesville Street's historic square has a Hamilton Restaurant owned and operated by a chef. A casual, comfortable and wonderful meal for both lunch and dinner.
- Ristorante Italiano 40 N.9th☏ . Here, you can experience art and great music in the highest level of Italian cuisine and in a relaxed atmosphere. The smell of the Mateo's house in Salerno, Italy is vivid. Take advantage of the real taste of Italian food.
- Mudsocks Grill (146th and Hazell Dell Pkwy), ☏+1 317-580-0630. This restaurant is close to the town of Noblesville and Carmel. We offer a wonderful atmosphere, drink and food for lunch and dinner. In particular, there's a lot of salad, and you can try "Citrus Island Salad." indoor and outdoor meals
- R. La Le En Wilson House 273S.8, +1 317-770-9399. Friday lunch requires a reservation from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., but it is not required.
- "Square of Alexander", 864 Logan☏ Cathedral . This retro ice cream shop dating back to the 1950s is located in the center of Noblesville. a tall stall full of ice cream and snacks Handmade chocolate, handmade ice cream, and local friendly. It has the best waffle corn in the town and is just made. There are 36 different toppings. And they have a deri.
- Cool River Pizza 14741 Hazel Croc☏ +1 317 . A family-friendly restaurant where you can eat pizza. In, delivery, or delivery. PIZZA PASTA BLADE SALAD PAN
- Ginger's Cafe 1804 E Concourse☏ Retreat, . Ginger Café is a wonderful food and wonderful service that brings back the style and personality of its past. Eclectic deco furniture hinted at the past.
- Uptown Cafe, 809 Corner Street, . Enjoy the Diner's classics in a bad atmosphere.
Coffee & Tea
- Ruby Pear Tea Shop 1095 Connor ☏ . The Ruby Pear Teahouse offers guests an opportunity to enjoy, spoil and enjoy. Whether it's in the middle of music or in a colorful environment, Ruby Pear is guaranteed to be a relaxing place to enjoy together with your family and friends. Lunch is served from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., and afternoon tea is served from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday to Saturday.
- Noble Coffee & Tea Company 933 Logan St +1 317 . a large coffee shop in a square They offer fresh coffee beans every week, a wide variety of items on the menu, a wide variety of indoor and outdoor seats, and also sell coffee bars. Anyone who likes coffee should try iced tea or Italian soda.
21 years old. You can't buy packaged alcohol on Sunday.
- 1Mugishima Sake Association, 639 Corner☏ St, . from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m., from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. It is the only blue pub in Hamilton County to eat lunch and dinner in the downtown area of Knowlesville, Barley Island. GABF sample winners include Dirty Helen Brown Air and Beasti Barrel Stout. occasional live performance Live music, TV trivia, game rooms with pool tables, darts, and jukeboxes. There is also a poker table. Family members are welcome.
Noblesville has an affordable chain hotel and options for bed and breakfast and camp.
- Sika Moor Nord Bed and Breakfast 10777 Riverwood Abe .1886, the national property was restored to more than four acres near the White River. Two suites each with a private bus. Designed for quiet relaxation: a large garden with study, swing, large brick porches, fruit trees, perennial gardens and bird observation. eat home-cooked breakfast to one's heart's content
- There are 100 locations in the 25-acre forest along the White River, in the River Bend Camp Ground 21695 SR 37 N.☏ . The camping ground provides the grounds for RVs and tents, renting canoons and kayaks, boat lamps, showers, toilets, washing rooms, playground equipment, and camp stores. The museum opened from April to December 1.
- The Dreamy Camp 13231E. Route 146☏+1 317-691-2339. The nearest facility to the Verizon Wireless Music Center, you can camp, park, or tail gate to enjoy the concert.
- White River Camp 11299 E. 234th, ☏+1 317-984-2705. 107 sites. The 26-acre campground is located along the White River. There are showers, playground equipment, laundry rooms, camp stores and recreation rooms. Opened from April 15 to October 30.
- Through the Cambria Suites, 13500 Tegler Drive, . Hamilton Town Center Mall, Cambria Suites offer a rich bed and luxury experience including two flat-screen LCD TVs, bus and body work toilets, microwave ovens, refrigerators, advanced training facilities, varistor bars, and casual dining. The property also provides high-tech conferences and conference facilities with field catering.
- 1 Fairfield Inn & Suites, 17960 Foundation Drive, . The hotel in this 59 rooms is separated from the Noblesville St. Road 37 and St. Road 32. From the best golf course, shopping and restaurant in Verizon Music Center, Conner Prairie and Hamilton Counties. Each room has a free HSIA, coffee maker, iron and iron stand, 25-inch TV and two phones with data ports.
- Quality Inn & Suites, 16025 Prosperity Dr,☏+1 317 . 64 State Roads 37 and 238. The hotel is a mixture of high end guest rooms, extended stay suites and mini suites. The hotel has a jacuzzi room, an indoor pool, a sports room, free Internet access, a luxurious continental breakfast, laundry and a customer-friendly staff. Group discount is available. The room can hold up to 25 people. a free parking lot
- Super 8 Motel 17070 Dragon F☏ Rai Ln+1 317 . Provide 58 indoor pools, HBO/satellite TV, high speed Internet, Continental Breakfast, etc. One World Pool Suite and one Kitchen Net Suite are available. a free parking lot It's gentle with pets.
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