Noblesville Community Information

Historic Sites

The town's first settler, William Conner, and his Native-American wife established the first trading post and one of the first brick homes in Central Indiana. Conner's estate is now a part of the Conner Prairie Pioneer Settlement, a living history museum, which also features the 1836 Prairietown Village and the Pioneer Adventure Area.

The downtown business and historic district has recently been added to the National Register of Historic Places. Among the historic sites in the city is Potter's Bridge, the last remaining covered bridge in Hamilton County. The beautiful bridge was recently renovated to include a four-mile river walk/trail, which links Potter's Bridge to Forest Park and Golf Course and downtown Noblesville.

Parks & Recreation

There is a wide range of park facilities located in Noblesville. The 150-acre Forest Park is located on the west side of White River and is home to a historic 1920s carousel and the Indiana Transportation Museum, which offers rides on an authentic Monon diesel and a Nickel Plate steam train. The Forest Park Golf Course is also located in Forest Park. Noblesville sports four other popular golf courses: Fox Prairie, Purgatory, Pebble Brook and Stony Creek golf clubs.

Fox Prairie Golf Course is Hamilton County's best golfing value. This course has served as a host for the IGA Tournament of Champions and as a qualifying site for the Indiana State Amateur Championship. Purgatory Golf Club is the longest regulation course east of the Mississippi with 170 bunkers and six sets of tees at each hole.

Culture & Events

The Klipsch Music Center is a popular destination for concerts. Opened in 1989, the center is situated on 220 acres of rolling countryside. It has been voted Pollstar's "Best New Concert Venue in North America" by peers in the music industry. Accommodations at the Music Center include a covered pavilion that seats 6,000 people and 90 corporate boxes and lawn seating for another 14,000 people. Approximately 40 concerts are held during the summer months.

What could be more appealing than a charming, small-town community with modern housing, outstanding education, recreation and culture, located within minutes of big-city amenities? Noblesville offers all of that and more.

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