- 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.
Consisting of multiple wood chip playground areas, Fishers Community Park offers children two story slides, bridges, climbing structures, and more to explore. The park also has a large, multipurpose glass field with a picnic area.
The Cool Creek Park Nature Center is a center commonly visited by nature lovers. During trips to the center, guests learn about the natural science of the park and are educated about the importance of conserving the natural habitat.
A 17-screen movie theater, Regal Village Park Stadium 17 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers stadium seating, arcade games, a party room and a concession area with food and drinks.
Recreational play at the Brooks School Park is focused on children between the ages of 2 and 12 through a specialty accessible playground and Born Learning Trail. Adult activities include horseshoe pits, basketball courts, and a multi-use trail.
At Carmel Arts & Design District, visitors can take a stroll down a historic street while enjoying artwork and live music from local musicians. The street hosts several art galleries that showcase glasswork and paintings.
Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve has two and a quarter miles of trails for hiking, running, walking and bird watching in their 127 acres of preserved woodland and fields. A shelter, with picnic tables, restrooms, bike racks, electricity is available.
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111 East Main Street, Carmel, IN MoreLess Info
Besides the regular miniature houses and items displayed in its permanent collection, the Museum of Miniature Houses and other Collections is also the home of several doll-houses which were not scaled down.
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3 Center Green, Suite 200, Carmel, IN 46032 MoreLess Info
The largest community theatre in the state, Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre was founded in 1951. Besides hosting the regular shows, it also supports the local artistic community by offering them its stage for their own shows.