- Our list of the best things to do in Martinsville, Indiana, features the top 99 nearby activities — including 47 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Martinsville, IN has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 11 things to do within the city of Martinsville, IN , followed by 88 popular activities in nearby cities, including Bloomington, Nashville, Greenwood, Plainfield and Edinburgh
Limited releases, dry wines and semi-dry wines, and plenty other specialties await the visitor of the Oliver Winery. It hosts special events, such as live-bluegrass concerts, and it can be rented for private events.
The Butler Winery & Vineyard is a winery with the mission to focus on locally grown grapes because they are a reflection of the wine itself. The winery produces dry, semi-dry, fruit, and sweet varieties of wine.
Nearly 20 miles of tree-lined roads and scenic vistas for hiking and biking highlight your visit to Brown County State Park. Featuring an indoor water park at the lodge, or plenty of roomy cabins, this park has it all.
Spanning 13.5 acres, Independence Park is Indiana's first to be completely accessible to all, regardless of disabilities. The park features wheelchair accessible basketball courts, a playground with sensory components for autistic kids, and other attractions.
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772 South Yellowwood Road, Nashville, IN 47448 MoreLess Info
Multiple tree types like four types of pine, white and red oak, and black walnut were planted in the Yellowwood State Forest during the 1940s. Trails run through the forest for hiking, and there is a 133-acre man-made lake.
6291 Cambridge Way, Plainfield, IN 46168 MoreLess Info
Chateau Thomas Winery is open 7 days a week. The place is great for weddings, reunions, parties and meetings. They have a beautifully decorated gift shop where you can buy wines and home-cooked foods.
Featuring seating for over 50,000 spectators, Memorial Stadium is Indiana University's football stadium. In addition to football, the stadium is also used for large events such as graduation and commencement ceremonies.
Spanning 205 acres, scenic Hummel Park offers a variety of sporting areas, including baseball, basketball, volleyball, soccer, and disc golf. Miles of nature trails, 5 fishing ponds, and an outdoor performing arts center are also available.