- TripBuzz found 118 things to do with kids in or near Zionsville, Indiana, including 106 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Indianapolis, Noblesville, Carmel and Plainfield.
- From Morning Dove Theraputic Riding Center to Canterbury Manor Stables & Tack Shoppe, the Zionsville area offers 64 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Horseback Riding, Other Adventures and History Museums.
- A suburb of Indianapolis, Zionsville is a tourist community. The city features an historic downtown area with a number of independent shops and small diners. To further attract visitors to the community, the city hosts a number of annual events such as a 4th of July celebration, early fall festival and an outdoor carnival at a local park.
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8702 Keystone Crossing, Suite 201A, Indianapolis, IN 46262 MoreLess Info
Landmark's Keystone Art Cinema is a seven screen movie multiplex that screens a wide variety of films, including independent films, foreign films, and art house productions. The theater has all digital video and sound, and features a lounge.
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 travelling art-centred activity for adults, Wine & Canvas provides an evening of art where an instructor leads guests through the steps to recreating the night's featured painting. Tickets include all necessary supplies, and are often held in venues where refreshments and drinks are available.
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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.
The Hinkle Fieldhouse has been in the top sports arenas of the United States for over half a century and has been a historical landmark for over thirty years. Originally named the Butler Fieldhouse, it was renamed Hinkle in honor of Butler's legendary coach Paul D. Hinkle.
With panoramic views of White River, Hazel Landing Park 44 acre park provides visitors with opportunities for fishing, hiking, and other activities. The park has an 18 hole disc golf course that leads visitors into the woodland area.
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4790 W 16th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46222 MoreLess Info
Besides hosting the Indianapolis 500, Indianapolis Motor Speedway also features races from NASCAR and MotoGP, as well as concerts and other events. They also offer track tours and grounds tours and are home to racing's Hall of Fame Museum.
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3000 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46208 MoreLess Info
Ranked one of the best museums in the country, let alone one of the best children's museums, the Children's Museum of Indianapolis was founded in 1925. The 29-acre facility features nearly 500,000 square feet of interactive space for families to explore science, hsitory, art and more, including NASA-designed sp…
Located along the banks of the White River, the River Road Park has several features including paved trails, ball fields, and an archaeologically-inspired playground. Visitors can also learn about Native American life and area history at the park's interpretive building.