Noblesville, Indiana in Hamilton County is one of the best places to raise a family in the United States according to a recent ranking by Forbes magazine. Situated just 10 miles north of Indianapolis, Noblesville Indiana neighbors with many other vibrant growing communities including: Carmel, Fishers, and Westfield Indiana. Centrally located near upscale shopping, outlet malls, restaurants, arts and entertainment, Noblesville Indiana is a great place to live.
Noblesville in Hamilton County, once a small agriculture community, has grown tremendously from its historic roots over the past few years. Some of what makes Noblesville so attractive includes: its low taxes, low crime rate, minimal commute time, high school testing scores, low home prices, and a high median income. These features enable Noblesville residents to have a higher quality of life.
Noblesville Indiana has had several noticeable enhancements, one of which is the new Hamilton Town Center Mall. This is a beautiful upscale shopping center that attracts visitors throughout the county. As a suburb of Indianapolis, Noblesville has a variety of things to do within a 30 minute drive from its downtown. Noblesville, Indiana in Hamilton county offers a great balance of arts, culture, history and entertainment throughout the community.
Noblesville Indiana and Hamilton County offer a wide range of dance, music studios, and Art Galleries. Experience the arts and culture diversity by visiting places such as the Originals Art Gallery, White River Gallery, Anthony J. Padgett Gallery and The Artist’s Vineyard. Noblesville is also home to the internationally known Bundy Duck decoys. These are Hand crafted decoys made by the local Bundy Family. In nearby Carmel, you will find the Carmel Art & Design Center which hosts over a hundered different retail shops which include: art galleries, wine shops, design studios, boutiques and more.
Noblesville's history dates back to 1818 when the land, which is now Hamilton County, was purchased by the government from Indians native to this area. One place you can experience the pioneer heritage of Noblesville and Hamilton County is the Conner Street Historic District, located between 17th and 10th Streets. While you are there, you are just blocks from downtown. Historic Downtown Noblesville is a great place to see local shops and restaurants and experience what made Central Indiana the strong distinctive place that it is.
One of the fastest growing communities in the nation, Noblesville has a current population of over 40,000. It covers 19.1 square miles of space, including several waterways. Noblesville serves has the Hamilton County seat and is one of the largest suburbs outside of Indianapolis.
Noblesville also has a wide range of nightlife and entertainment. There are many great restaurants nearby as well as a wide variety of shopping options. Some of Noblesville’s lively nightspots include: Syd’s Bar, Barley Island Brewing Co, and Mo’s Irish Pub. Enjoy games, good food and drinks as you party to the late hours.
There are many attractions and things to do in Noblesville Indiana, throughout Hamilton County, and in nearby Indianpolis. Enjoy a day at one of the local parks or visit a cultural landmark such as Connor Prarie. This is a historic village that gives you a true interactive experience. See our links or category pages to learn more about the great things to do or see nearby.