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19401 Allisonville Rd.,
A 30-acre park featuring Hamilton County's only remaining covered bridge.
The bridge stretches over the White River and is a very fascinating walk
thru. Restoration of the bridge was completed in 1998. The park features
trails, a picnic area, restrooms and canoe launch on White River.
Hamilton County Courthouse
on Noblesville Square
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, this French Renaissance
structure served as the county courthouse from 1878 to 1992.
Admission is free.
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8 am - 4:30 pm.
Forest Park Aquatic Center
This facility, operated by Friends of Central Pool, features a heated
50-meter-ten lane pool, a separate diving well with 1-meter and 3-meter
spring boards and the "Big Al" diving tower, featuring 5, 7,
and 10 meter platforms. The 50-meter pool also features our magnificent
waterslide "Fast Freddie". Added in 2001 is our newest amenity,
the infant and toddler activity pool. This new activity pool features
"Leapin’ Lizzie" the pink frog slide, geysers, the wall
of water, large umbrellas, and convenient zero depth entry.
Morse Beach Park
19777 Morse Park Lane
Noblesville, IN 46060
Park Phone: 776-9743
Beach swimming area with bathhouse and vending area, picnic area and shelters,
playground, sand volleyball court, softball fields and fishing.
Hamilton County Museum
Old Sheriff's Residence and Jail
On the Noblesville Square
PO Box 397, Noblesville
The Old Hamilton County Sheriff's Residence and Jail was built in 1875-1876,
four years before the present Court House. It served as the Sheriff's
Residence and the Jail until 1977. The Hamilton County Historical Society
has the property leased from the County Commissioners and has restored
most of the interior and developed the HAMILTON COUNTY MUSEUM OF HISTORY
During its years as a jail, famous prisoners included Charles Manson and
D.C. Stephenson, Grand Dragon of the Ku-Klux Klan
Indiana Transportation Museum
325 Cicero Rd., Noblesville
The Indiana Transportation Museum is located in Noblesville, Indiana,
only 20 miles north of downtown Indianapolis. Our mission is to preserve
Indiana's railroad history, educate the public in the history of the railroad,
and provide our visitors with an opportunity to experience railroad travel
as it used to be. We operate on 38 miles of track once known as the Indianapolis
& Peru, and more recently, as the Nickel Plate Road.
13400 Allisonville Rd. Fishers
Conner Prairie is a place to hear, see and participate in the stories
of our American past. Programs range from the joyful festivity of an 1836
wedding to the dark uncertainty of the Underground Railroad. It's a large,
open-air living history museum made up of five distinct historic areas,
a modern Museum Center and over 1,400 acres of natural beauty. Conner
Prairie's mission is to serve as a local, regional and national center
for education and activities exploring the lives, times and values of
the 1800s in America.
The Belfry Theater
State Road 238
773-1085 or 773-0398