- TripBuzz found 106 things to do with kids in or near Noblesville, Indiana, including 85 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Indianapolis, Carmel, Anderson and Fishers.
- From Forest Park Aquatic Center to White River Canoe Company, the Noblesville area offers 63 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Movie Theaters, Amusement Parks (Kids) and Bowling.
- Located just north of Indianapolis in the heart of central Indiana lies the city of Noblesville. The centerpiece of the city is located downtown, a breathtaking 19th century courthouse. Surrounding it are other various historical buildings, making Noblesville popular with tourists for walking tours. The cities museums, golf courses and music venues also draw visitors to the area.
A 56-lane bowling center, Clancy's Village Bowl offers open and league bowling with a pro shop. The center provides a snack bar, pool tables, a banquet room for private events, cosmic bowling and a bar with adult beverages.
Featuring a pro shop, Gibson Rollerskating Arena offers visitors an indoor skate rink with cone obstacles and music. Visitors can also purchase a party package that includes admission and skate rentals.
A gymnastics instruction facility, Small Wonders Gymnastics welcomes kids of all experience levels and ages. The facility features a professionally certified staff, and offers a free introductory class for newcomers.
Situated on 8.5 acres, Tuhey Park features Tuhey Pool which has a 50-meter pool, splash pad, kiddie pool and slide. The park has paved biking and walking paths, playground equipment, a picnic shelter and benches.
The Rose Bowl is a family owned bowling alley that caters to both open bowling and league play. Open daily, the facility hosts regular theme nights, operates a pro shop, and also offers amenities like a snack bar and lounge.
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515 S High Street, Muncie, IN 47305 MoreLess Info
Organizing age-appropriate activities for kids, Muncie Children's Museum consists of exhibits with toys and interactive displays. These exhibits include a Dino Dig where kids can dig for fossil reproductions and a Water Works area with fountains.
The Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame is a 14,000 square foot museum that commemorates Indiana's contributions to basketball and includes memorabilia and a gift shop. They also have interactive exhibits where visitors can be players and sportscasters.