The Indiana Insider Blog

Discover Downtown Noblesville

Enjoy the outdoor dining at Logan Street Marketplace!

Enjoy the outdoor dining at Logan Street Marketplace!

Looking for a great way to enjoy the fall weather?  Downtown Noblesville is the perfect destination for your next day trip!  Only 35 minutes northeast of downtown Indianapolis, the Noblesville town square has something to offer for everyone.  Privately owned shops, restaurants, and galleries line the streets of this historic downtown square.

With parking meters on main streets and public parking in three different locations, it’s never hard to find a spot close to where you’re going.  If you get in town around lunch, try the Logan Street Marketplace for a tasty chicken salad sandwich or a range of different desserts.  Weather permitting, you can even eat outside!

After lunch, stroll the streets of the square for some antiques or start your Christmas shopping early at one of the many gift shops.  For the younger shoppers, try Martha Janes or Karisma, a cute boutique with reasonable prices.  Been searching for Tom’s Shoes?  Eleanor Rozella’s is one of the few, if not only, places in Noblesville you can find them.  While you’re there, make sure to check out all 3 ½ floors of goodies they have to offer.  With items ranging from Vera Bradley to everything Indianapolis Colts, you’re sure to find something.

If shopping isn’t your thing, no worries, check out Randy’s Toy Shop for a quick trip back to your youth.  Looking for something a little more hands on?  Kiln Creations creates a fun, artistic environment for artists of all ages.  Make pottery, ceramics, or mosaics any way you like them but beware, you have to return in one week to pick your artwork up.

Noblesville has plenty to offer, so returning a week later shouldn’t be any problem at all!  To check out upcoming events or all of the stores and restaurants in downtown Noblesville go to destinationnoblesville.com.

Tagged as:

, , , , ,

Written by : Kayla is a junior at Butler University majoring in Public Relations and Advertising with a minor in Critical Media Studies. She is involved in various campus organizations including PRSSA, ADrenaline, and HRC Special Events. Originally from Shoals, Indiana, she enjoys watching the Colts and spending time outdoors. You can follow Kayla on Twitter: @kaylawininger. Click here to find out more about our Butler Bloggers program and the bloggers or click here to read posts written by the Butler students.