Top Things to Do in Noblesville: History, Climbing Walls, and So Much More

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Noblesville, Indiana is a thriving suburb of Indiana state capital Indianapolis. The town is rapidly growing, and those looking for a little entertainment don’t have to look far in Noblesville. Whether you’re loco for locomotives, dying for a dip in the pool, looking to get business savvy and devour good eats, or a confessed history buff, there’s a Noblesville thing to do for you. Take a look at the sampling of Noblesville things to do below and get out on the town! (Don’t miss the handy links at the bottom of this article to see articles and photos on tons of things to do in Indianapolis and Central Indiana.)

Top Noblesville Things to Do

The Artists’ Vineyard – Located right on the Town Square in historic downtown Noblesville, The Artist’s Vineyard and Restaurant is a real draw for tourists and Noblesville, Indiana residents alike. Set in the midst of the inviting ambiance created by a fine collection of stores and shops, The Artist’s Vineyard is one of Noblesville’s focal points of interest and activity.
Aquatic Center – A first-class facility in Noblesville’s Forest Park, with a heated, 10-lane Olympic sized pool and lots of amenities for Indianapolis kids. The pool is newly revamped, with a brand new lining and a new Climbing Wall.
The Noblesville Boys and Girls Club – Founded in 1951, this dedicated organization has helped build confidence and character in Noblesville children for generations. Three separate sites comprise the Boys and Girls Club of Noblesville.
Bundy Decoy – A visit to the Bundy Decoy facility will yield many memories that last for decades. This family-operated shop in Noblesville has been hand-producing and decorating their famous decoy ducks  for more than 25 years. They also offer pens, knives and walking sticks.
Noblesville Antique Mall & Emporium – Comprised of a maze of 225 small but interesting shops, specialty stores, and other Noblesville businesses, the Noblesville Emporium draws shoppers from near and far to savor its nostalgic atmosphere.
Sign for Forest Park in Noblesville, Indiana Forest Park – Forest Park is considered one of the finest city parks in the United States. Inside its sweeping 150 acres are the Forest Park Golf Course, the Forest Park Aquatic Center, the Forest Park Inn (a banquet hall), the Little Beauty Carousel, tennis and volleyball courts, playgrounds and shelters.
Fox Prairie Golf Course – This magnificent facility is one of the premier golf courses in Central Indiana. Founded in 1970 with a traditional course of eighteen holes, another 9 holes were added in 2002.
Hamilton County Historical Society – The “Old Sheriff’s Residence and Jail” is now being leased by the Hamilton County Historical Society, where they have opened the Hamilton County Museum of History. It is a remarkable and meticulously maintained example of the decorative architecture of the time, in red brick with plentiful white trim; the elegant structure also includes a dome and a bell tower.
Hamilton Town Center – Hamilton Town Center opened on May 2, 2008, which means there’s just under one million square feet of spankin’ new mall space waiting for you to discover. Hamilton Town Center sports an attractive Main Street theme and over 300 trees, along with upper-end Noblesville restaurants and retail venues, plus a big and beautiful multiplex theater complex of 15 screens.
Historic Places in Noblesville – For such a small town, Noblesville is rife with historic places. Noblesville history is long and extensive, and the city’s architecture reflects that history.
Indiana Transportation Museum Sign Noblesville Indiana Indiana Transportation Museum – Located in the Forest Park area of Noblesville, this museum offers first-hand experience riding rails right through Noblesville history.
Potter’s Covered Bridge – The last covered bridge in Hamilton County, Potter’s Covered Bridge. It spans the White River‘s West Fork; it was built in 1871 and was restored in 1937. A generation later, Potter’s Covered Bridge was granted recognition in the National Register of Historic Places.
Purgatory Golf Club – Purgatory Golf Club is one of the many elite golf courses and clubs in Noblesville, Indiana; Golf Week Magazine chose it as the top Indiana golf course. It made the United States‘ top 100 in Golf Digest Magazine’s Greatest Public Courses list, and ranked in the Top Fifty women’s golf courses in Golf for Women Magazine on several occasions.
Tom Thumb Miniature Golf – Tom Thumb is the perfect place to bring the family for a little friendly competition. One of three original mini-golf courses in the United States, Tom Thumb was built in 1926 and still remains a fun place to play. Featuring affordable rates (only $3 a round for children and $3.50 for everyone else), long hours, and a cool, winding course, Tom Thumb Miniature Golf is great for an afternoon out on the town with the kids.
Verizon Wireless Music Center – Once known as Deer Creek Music Center, this is a state-of-the-art performance amphitheater for Noblesville music.

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