Since it opened in 2014, Grand Park Sports Complex has brought thousands of visitors to Westfield, Indiana. Located north of Indianapolis, Westfield has since developed an itinerary of things to do with a new winery, more breweries and an extended food scene along Park Street.
Along SR-32 find Westfield’s newest foodie destination, Field Brewing, a family-friendly restaurant and brewery with patio seating and lawn games.
Noblesville is a destination mixed with hip vibes and historic roots, also known as “hipstoric.” The thriving county seat is located north of Indianapolis and offers things to do like shopping around the square, concerts and festivals at Federal Hill Commons and artistic experiences at Nickel Plate Arts.
IKEA, Topgolf and Portillo’s are just a few of the things to do in Fishers, Indiana, located off I-69 on the northeast side of Indianapolis. Named the “Best Place to Live in America” by Money Magazine, Fishers’ downtown continues to develop and impress visitors with local coffee shops, community concerts at the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater and growth of entrepreneurship opportunities at Launch Fishers.
Just east of 116th Street and I-69 is Fishers District, a dining district and culinary incubator with more than 15 restaurants including 1933 Lounge by St. Elmo, Sun King Brewing, Fishes Test Kitchen and more.
Carmel, Indiana, is located minutes north of Indianapolis, and it’s been named one of the “Best Places to Live in America” by Money magazine and Niche.com. It’s no surprise with things to do like discover a world-renowned arts scene, taste the local food options and explore hundreds of miles of walking and biking trails.
Carmel’s newest additions include the Cake Bake Shop, from Oprah's O List, this high-end bakery offering cakes, pastries and magical experiences, Sun King Spirits, a distillery with four delicious food vendors; 3UP Rooftop Bar with handcrafted cocktails and small bites; and Anthony’s Chophouse for an upscale, elegant dining experience
Welcome to Bloomington!
Bloomington is nestled in the rolling hills of southern Indiana and home to 85,000 residents and serves as a home away from home for tens of thousands of Indiana University students and alumni
You'll cherish the city's dynamic energy, spectacular scenery, and outdoor activities, world-class educational opportunities, Big Ten sporting events, thriving local businesses, vibrant arts scene and unique shopping and dining experiences.
Bloomington's admittedly unique character welcomes all to participate in community building. Our friendly, safe, and inviting environment embrace visitors and ideas from across the globe. We are a city of both dreamers and doers. Whether you come for school, business, pleasure, or would like to make this your home, you are welcome in Bloomington.
Welcome to Greenwood!
Just 15 minutes south of downtown Indianapolis. We are one of Indiana’s fastest-growing cities, with a reputation for hospitality and a great sense of community. Greenwood is the Southside’s premier destination that includes Freedom Springs – Greenwood Aquatics Park, featuring a lazy river, lap pool, slides, zero-depth entry pool and more!! 12 City Parks…7-golf courses…3-microbrews…winery...plus our friendly airport is the closest to downtown Indy. (Located on I-65 at exit 101).
Welcome to Seymour!
The first settler on the land that is now Seymour was James Shields who brought his family here in 1816 and built on the property which is now the old city cemetery. In 1820, he received a land grant for the ground he had homesteaded in the area called Mule Crossing.
The son of James Shields, Captain Meedy W. Shields, who later became a State Senator, inherited his father’s land holdings and developed it into a prosperous farm. During the latter 1840’s, a north-south railroad connecting the Ohio River at Jeffersonville with Indianapolis was built crossing the Shields’ farm. In 1852, an east-west railroad was being surveyed through Jackson County and Shields persuaded the railroad company to run through his property. In exchange for this favor, he agreed to name the town after the railroad’s civil engineer, J. Seymour. Seymour, Indiana, quickly became a major center of commercial activity. The city was incorporated in 1864 with a population of 1553.
You may not have been born in John Mellencamp’s “Small Town” but you will always be welcomed to visit — or live amongst our notable doctors, inventors, rock stars, and even a former Miss America, all who proudly claim Seymour, Indiana, as their home.
Welcome to Columbus!
Columbus, Indiana is ranked sixth in the nation for architectural innovation and design by the American Institute of Architects, right behind Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Boston and Washington, D.C. Visitors to Columbus can see more than 70 buildings and pieces of public art by internationally noted architects and artists, including I.M. Pei and Eliel Saarinen. The Columbus story has been featured in dozens of regional and national publications, including CBS’s Sunday Morning, National Geographic, The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, and Midwest Living. Read more about our world renowned architecture, public art, and tour information at the Columbus Visitors Center.
Welcome to Evansville!
The City of Evansville, Indiana, was founded in 1812 on a scenic bend in the Ohio River. With a population of nearly 121,000 people in the city limits and more than 300,000 people in the metropolitan area, Evansville is the third-largest city in Indiana. Evansville is the social and economic hub for our region, which includes Southwest Indiana, Southeast Illinois and Northwest Kentucky.
Welcome to Muncie!
Muncie has 168 restaurants for your dining pleasure and 14 hotels for your overnight needs. Muncie is home to 15 different brands of New Vehicle Dealerships and boasts hundreds of different retail stores. This includes an enclosed mall, a vibrant downtown retail core, several strip shopping centers that combined registered $1.27 Billion in retail sales.*
Muncie is also home to Ball State University. BSU brings Division sports, numerous events including concerts, shows, exhibits and cultural activities to Muncie. IVY Tech Community College also has a campus in town and includes the largest full-time student population of this state wide community college. Muncie, through IU Health Ball Hospital, is home to the state’s largest on-site medical school outside of Indianapolis.
Welcome to Lafayette!
Originating in 1825 and named after an influential French officer of the Revolutionary War, Lafayette has been attracting settlers, families, and tourists to Indiana for nearly 200 years.
A wide array of cultural attractions and rich natural resources draw people to the greater Lafayette area, which also includes West Lafayette on the other side of the Wabash River, home of Purdue University (established in 1869). With its esteemed collegiate connections, deep historical roots, and perhaps most important of all, the friendly community, Lafayette is an inviting place to visit.
Welcome to Evansville!
We are a community southwest of Indianapolis near the Indianapolis International Airport. We trace our roots back to 1839, when the first incorporation of the Town was attempted. In 2014, we, as a community, celebrate our 175 anniversary.
Back then we were an agricultural town, with merchants who catered to farming families. Today we are a suburban community known for our award-winning parks and trails system. Please explore our website to learn more about the attractions you'll find here and the reasons we are a great place to live, work, and raise a family!
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