Hamilton County Courthouse On The Square
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, this French Renaissance structure served as the county courthouse from 1878 to 1992. FREE Mon.-Fri. 8 am - 4:30 pm. (317) 776-9600
It was as widely known in 1925 as the OJ Simpson trial was in 1994. Grand Dragon Clansman, D.C. Stephenson murder trial took the nation's center stage. Presiding orignially, Fred Hines. Judge Hines stepped away from the limelight & trial for reasons unknown at that time. The historical record reflects his friends were shocked he stepped down, as it could have put him in front of a nation. Resident Vic & Margie Zinn's two daguthers, Susie Zinn Crandall & Sally Zinn Knopp discovered Judge Hines KKK card in the attic of their home (once the Judge's home) on Logan Street. See his court room, and where the 'trial of the century' in the muder of Madge Olberholtzer, took place.
FREE Band Concerts In The Park
Noblesville Cultural Arts Commission is proud to present these free concerts harking back to the old gazebo band concerts and ice cream socials of yesteryear. Our concerts benefit the entire community by bringing quality music in a relaxed atmosphere. Join the band in Seminary Park. See Site for concert details.
Okay, let's face it, Noblesville is a pretty great town. But, sometimes us locals like to get out and see other places. As fun as it is to roam America, it's always nice to come home to good ol' Noblesville. So, if you have a desire to 'get outta Dodge', check into RV rental. All the fun of RVing, without the hassle of ownership. Click, Visit their website, for details. 118 Cicero Rd, Noblesville (317) 773-6020
Klipsch Music Center
Enjoy live concerts? This is your go to place! This amphitheater has hosted some of this nations biggest talents including Tina Turner, Chicago, Doobie Brothers, Keith Urban, Jimmy Buffet, Phish, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, Dead & Company, Moody Blues, REO Speedwagon, Darius Ruker, Florida Georgia Line, Joe Walsh & Bad Company....just to name a few.
Cherry Wood Stables has been in business for over 25 years, striving to make riding a fun experience. We have over thirty acres of land for our horses. We provide full service horse boarding, box stalls, daily turnout in fenced pastures, indoor and outdoor arenas, riding lessons, and horse sales. Call us today, (317) 938-2050, to schedule a tour of our facilities.
Symphony On The Prairie
Orignially in Noblesville, now has a Fishers address - but is located on the Conner Prairie Property. Because it's located on the land of our founding father, we include this enjoyable activity on our Things To Do page. Click the Visit their website button for all the upcoming concerts and ticket information.
Conner Prairie Interactive History Park
Today, the address is Fishers, but hey - let's face it, William Conner is our founder, there would be no Noblesville without him. Plus the address use to be Noblesville, which is why we include it. Don't miss out an all the events, historic buildings and emersing yourself in a bygone era. Check out all the upcoming events & museum hours by clicking on Visit their website. This place is great fun - don't miss out!
Historic Potter's Bridge
Potter's Bridge Park features the only remaining covered bridge in Hamilton County, and is surrounded by a 66-acre park. Constructed between 1870-1871 by Josiah Durfee, and restored in 1999, the bridge serves as the centerpiece of Potter's Bridge Park. The bridge boasts beautiful views of the White River and is a great place to observe wildlife in its natural habitat. The park also contains the White River Greenway Trail, which spans 3.25 miles along the White River through Forest Park and on to either downtown Noblesville or Morse Park and Beach.
Noblesville Cultural Arts Commission is proud to present these free concerts harking back to the old gazebo band concerts and ice cream socials of yesterday. Our concerts benefit the entire community by bringing quality music in a relaxed atmosphere. To see upcoming concerts & other upcoming cultural arts festivities, click the Visit their website button.
Country Moon Winery
Free wine tastings will be available on Saturdays from 1-7pm. Tours of the vineyard will be given as weather permits. Visiting the winery is an outdoor agricultural experience. Please come dressed and shod appropriately!
For details for wine tasting & events click the visit their website button
16222 Prairie Baptist Road, Noblesville
Old Hamilton County Sheriff's Residence & Jail Museum
The Hamilton County Historical Society is a not-for-profit educational institution created to collect, preserve and interpret the history of Hamilton County, Indiana. Founded in 1963. 810 Conner Street, Noblesville (317) 770-0775
For details and hours of operation click the Visit their website button.
Forest Park & Aquatic Center
Forest Park has much to offer, baseball, picnic area, skateboarding, tennis, play area, putt-putt, carousel , 9 hole golf, hiking trail & bike paths. Also featured is the Aquatic Center. This facility features a heated 50-meter-ten lane pool, a separate diving well with 1-meter and 3-meter spring boards and the "Big Al" diving tower, featuring 5, 7, and 10 meter platforms. The 50-meter pool also features our magnificent waterslide "Fast Freddie". Also included is the infant and toddler activity pool. This new activity pool features "Leapin’ Lizzie" the pink frog slide, geysers, the wall of water, large umbrellas, and convenient zero depth entry.
Indiana Transportation Museum
Railroads transformed America with ribbons of steel, linking communities and moving people and commodities from coast to coast. Journey back to a time gone by and take a ride! Click Visit their website button for tickets, times & special events.
Forest Park, Noblesville 317-773-6000
Boating, Swimming & Fishing On Morse Lake
Bring your boat! Canoe! Picnic! Swimsuit & Fishing Pole! No boat? No worries. Did you know you can rent a boat? Enjoy your summer! Click Visit their website button for details!
Or enjoy Morse Park Beach. Beach swimming area with bathhouse and vending area, picnic area and shelters, playground, sand volleyball court, softball fields and fishing. 19777 Morse Park Lane. Park Phone: 776-9743