Summer Fun Around Indy

 

Looking for something fun to do this summer? Check out a few of these ideas from our advertising partners.


 

City of Westfield: Westfield Rocks the 4th

Celebrate Independence Day at the Grand Park Sports Campus! Our week-long event is packed with fun for all ages including city-wide adventures, professional sports games, concerts, Kids Zone, vendors and an amazing fireworks display on July 4! Visit westfieldwelcome.com for the full list of attractions and hours.

Phone: (317) 804-3182
Address: 19000 Grand Park Blvd., Westfield, IN 46074


Culver & Lake Maxinkuckee Visitor Center

With a public beach, lakefront parks, kayak & SUP rentals, walking/biking trails, old-fashioned candy store, a drive-in root beer stand and kiln studio, Culver is the perfect day trip for kids. Bring bikes & scooters or rent a golf cart for the day. Quaint downtown with coffee shop, cafes, and boutiques is perfect for parents too, and the entire town is walkable! Less than two hours from Indy. Plan your trip on our website and follow us IG @FindCulver and FB @Culver & Lake Maxinkuckee Visitor Center.

Phone: (574) 635-0054
Address: 819 E Lakeshore Dr, Culver, IN 46511


Handel’s Homemade Ice Cream

Since 1945 Handel’s award-winning homemade ice cream is made fresh daily on the premises. We use products, equipment, methods, and recipes exclusive only to Handel’s. Our philosophy is to use the best ingredients available and always in abundance.

Locations: Carmel: 2466 E. 146th St., Fishers: 8760 E. 116th St., Noblesville: 14165 Cabela Parkway, Greenwood: 902 N State Rd. 135


Visit Morgan County

Get out of the city and discover small town experiences you won’t expect! Create family memories you’ll never forget as you visit family farms, travel forest trails, experience living history and stroll along Main Street. 

Phone: (765) 346-5611
Address: 466 S. Main Street, Martinsville, IN 46151


Indiana Historical Society

All advance admission tickets for the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center are only $5 in June, July and August! Bring history to life for your family through immersive time-travel experiences, hands-on activities and innovative technology. Visit IndianaHistory.org for all the details and to purchase your advance tickets!

Phone: (317) 514-8469
Address: 450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202


Carmel Symphony Orchestra

Carmel Symphony Orchestra’s exceptional 2021-22 season opens with a quartet of summer performances: July 4 at CarmelFest; “Classical Mystery Tour – the Music of The Beatles” September 5 at Coxhall Gardens, and “Symphony Uncorked” September 12 at Cedar Creek Winery and October 3 at Daniel’s Vineyard. For details visit CarmelSymphony.org!

Phone: (317) 844-9717


Conner Prairie

Spanning more than 1,000 wooded acres in central Indiana, Conner Prairie welcomes nearly 400,000 visitors of all ages annually. As Indiana’s first Smithsonian Institute affiliate, Conner Prairie offers over 10 unique outdoor, historically themed experiences and indoor learning spaces that explore the connections between people, history, and land. With new programs and activities debuting daily, no two visits are the same! Book your tickets and step into the story today at Conner Prairie.

Phone: (317) 776-6000
Address: 13400 Allisonville Rd., Fishers IN 46038


Seize the Summer with Fishers Parks

At Fishers Parks, we nurture discovery. Seize the Summer with us this year as we welcome you back out for signature events like Mud Day and Monsoon Madness, for free live music at the NPD AMP, to farm life at the Fishers AgriPark, and so much more!

Phone: (317) 595-3150
Address: 8100 E. 106th Street, Fishers, IN 46038


Indiana Caverns

Discover family fun above and below at Indiana Caverns, near historic Corydon, IN. Part of Indiana’s longest cave system, tour includes heights, depths, ice age fossils, and a boat ride. Discount packages include gemstone mining, The Bat Chaser zip coaster, The Plunge and Escape Rooms, interpretive trails and more.

Phone: (812) 734-1200
Address: 1267 Green Acres Drive, Corydon, IN 47112


Hamilton County 4-H Fair

The Hamilton County 4-H Fair returns, July 15-19, 2021 at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds in Noblesville. The 4-H Fair is free to the public and sponsored by the Hamilton County 4-H Council, Inc. Families can enjoy great food, interact with animals, and enjoy hands-on activities and events open for public participation. Admission and parking are free for this family-friendly event. Come join the fun!

Address: 2003 Pleasant St, Noblesville, IN 46060


Visit Ft. Wayne

Fort Wayne is a city that has it all, and it’s just two hours north of Indianapolis. It’s the place to visit where there’s something for everyone to do. From outdoorsy families and sports fans, to animal-obsessed kids and art aficionados, Fort Wayne is the perfect destination for your next family trip.

Phone: (260) 424-3700
Address: 927 South Harrison Street, Fort Wayne, IN 46802


The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis features five floors of educational fun for all ages! Outside, the 7.5-acre Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience encourages movement with interactive exhibits that let visitors play a variety of sports. Visit the museum’s website to learn more.

Phone: (317) 334-4000
Address: 3000 N. Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN 46208


The Indianapolis Zoo

Located along the scenic White River, the Indianapolis Zoo is the perfect stop for animal lovers. Reach into the nation’s largest Shark Touch Pool, come face-to-face with orangutans, visit the world’s only underwater dolphin viewing dome and stroll the beautiful White River Gardens.

Phone: (317) 630-2001
Address: 1200 West Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46222

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