- The list below includes 109 free or cheap things to do in or near Zionsville, Indiana, including 63 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Art Gallery, Horseback Riding and History Museums.
- From Creekside Nature Park to Elm Street Green Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Zionsville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Indianapolis, Noblesville, Carmel and Plainfield.
Located on an 18-acre property, the Creekside Nature Park is a public park that offers a number of amenities for its visitors to experience the outdoors. These amenities include walking trails, fishing areas, and picnic tables.
Mulberry Fields is a 38 acre park featuring several recreational amenities. Attractions include multi-use athletic fields, a skate park, a splash park, a sledding hill, three picnic shelters, and numerous walking paths.
Lions Park has walking trails, a playground, multiple baseball diamonds, a beach volleyball court and tennis courts. For the less active they have many picnic areas, an enclosed shelter, and a gazebo among other covered facilities.
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S. Main St. and East Hawthorne, Zionsville, IN 46077 MoreLess Info
Showcasing fruits and vegetables from locally grown farmers, the Zionsville Farmers' Market is a program of Indiana University Health. Along with numerous vendors, musical performers and artists are also featured here.
Certified by the National Wildlife Federation as a community wildlife habitat, Zion Nature Center provides food, water, cover and places for wildlife to raise their young. They offer many nature programs and special events.
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10983 Bennett Parkway, Zionsville, IN 46077 MoreLess Info
History buffs will enjoy visiting the Fanimation Antique Fan Museum. It's extensive collection of antique ceiling fans, steam powered and water powered fans and early American desk powered fans, is an interesting and unique look at technology through the years.
Surrounded with stained glass windows, Noel Sanctuary is a Victorian church that showcases a variety of artists. The collection features paintings with the subjects of angels, the Amish, still life, animals, and more.