11747 Indian Creek Road South Indianapolis, IN 46259 +1 317 862 9463
This lush green winery will amaze you with its views. Founded in 1991, one of Indiana's favorite wine destinations is spread across four acres of vineyards. With reasonable prices, this small spot offers warm service and some excellent wines. A must-have is the Alley Cat wine, which has hints of cranberries and strawberries mixed with a touch of spice.
650 North Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 +1 317 262 3100
The beautiful architecture of this Cathedral is a treat for the eyes. Though the walls are a simple gray, the colorful stained glass windows and mosaics will take you by surprise. This historic place offers its banquet hall, ballroom and auditorium for theater, private parties, corporate events, luncheons and performances.
2000 East 151st Street Carmel, IN 46032 +1 317 774 2500
The Cool Creek Park and Nature Center offers a cool spot for early morning jogging and bird-watching. For nature enthusiasts there is also a hiking-trail and opportunities of cycling. Set in picturesque surroundings of prairies and wetlands, this park also hosts nature events and concerts round the year. It also includes basketball courts and soccer fields.
1311 Martin Luther King Boulevard Anderson, IN 46016 +1 765 642 0206
Built in 1948, the historic Anderson Speedway has been entertaining the people of Anderson for decades now. On non-race days, the raceway can be hired for business luncheons, seminars, meetings, bashes and private parties. Check website for details.
195 South 5th Noblesville, IN 46060 +1 317 776 2278
The Hamilton County Art Center is the epicenter of the art & cultural scene in Noblesville. This center welcomes emerging and established artists who can showcase their works, get recognized and network with each other. The Birdie Gallery within pays homage to a number of visual arts spanning across sculptures, paintings and ceramics. Enroll in one of their art workshops or pick up a souvenir on the way home.
Bordered By College Avenue, Walnut, Market And Franklin Streets Greencastle, IN 46135 +1 765 653 3100 (Tourist Information)
The Courthouse Square Historic District finds itself on the prestigious U.S. National Register of Historic Places, and with good reason. Constructed in 1839 mainly out of limestone and brick, this precinct's main attraction is the Putnam County Courthouse which sports a grand clock along its entrance. Most of the buildings here manifest Late Victorian elements which make for interesting photo opportunities.
299 Falls Park Drive Pendleton, IN 46064 +1 765 778 2222
The Pendleton Falls Park was allotted over 150 acres despite the small size of this obscure town. The historic falls have been the epicenter of human settlement for centuries much before the settlers arrived. As of now, the park is home to a museum, winding and well-marked nature trails for hikers and a huge public swimming pool. Meeting room facilities are available as well as a divine setting for wedding receptions and other memorable events. This is no ordinary park and Pendleton is no ordinary town; the legend of the falls have found their own place in the towns daily existence.
Meridian Street & Ohio Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 +1 317 327 4622(Tourist Information)
Boasting of an important location, Downtown Indianapolis is the city's central zone of all activity. The area is populated by a plethora of awe-inspiring edifices, popular eateries, frequently visited clubs and bars and famous malls that are visited by crazy shoppers. Downtown Indianapolis is visited by several tourists to peek into the busy life of the city as well as by business travelers who come here to attend conferences and delegate meetings at the Indiana Convention Center. The Monument Circle is another hub of activity where local events, community gatherings and processions take place regularly. Call the tourist information center to know more.
313 South Locust Street Second Floor, East College, DePauw University Greencastle , IN 46135 +1 765 658 4800
Meharry Hall is an eclectic hall located inside the East College of the DePauw University. With a high ceiling, beautiful chandelier and wood decor, the hall looks like a quaint chapel. The hall is one of the oldest buildings of the university and carries a sort of historical significance. The hall hosts convocations, music, art and recreational programs. It is also much preferred for student body meetings and rehearsals.
2949 East North Street Franklin , IN 46131 +1 812 526 6809
Johnson County Park is a beautiful lush green park perfect to escape from the city squalor. Surrounded by pine trees, pastures, fresh air and chirping birds, coming here is like staying in the sanctity of nature. The park is great to have that quintessential family picnic or for some quality time with your loved ones. The park has multiple spaces within itself which include smaller park and a golf course. The park is also a host to many social events like horse shows, charity events, literary events and so on. You can spend a night or two here with their provisions for shelters. Overall, this place is ideal for that much needed tranquility and peace of mind.
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