Carmel is a city just north of Indianapolis in the nine counties of Indiana.
one of the richest parts of the Midwest in Hamilton County (the richest part of the Midwest).
- Hamilton County Convention and Visitors Bureau, East Main Street 37, Toll-Free . A non-profit tourist organization that promotes and promotes tourism, conventions, festivals, and other special events in Hamilton County. Carmel is back at the head office. Our staff is very useful and we welcome visitors who need information. Visit their website to see the full text of the event calendar and an interactive map of the destination, golf, restaurant, shopping and place of stay.
31 US to 126th Avenue north of the Great Indianapolis City. Carmel's City Center is located between the United States 31 and Keystone Abe. (State Road 421)。 It takes about 30 minutes by car from the downtown of Indianapolis. Carmel is the capital of the de facto Roundabout in the United States and has more than 80 roundabout types found in major European countries. The U.S. 31, the Carmel boundary, is a major U.S. highway that has been renewed at the off-ramp roundabout and removed the stop lights from I-465 to the Carmel north boundary. However, the speed limit on the road is 50 miles per hour, which is regularly monitored by the local police, but it takes about seven minutes because no light can pass from one end to the next.
Col. off the coast of I-70 in Indianapolis. In addition to the Weir Cook Indianapolis International Airport, the plane can be scheduled to land at one of two airports in Hamilton County and Boon County, just west of Hamilton County. Both planes offer rental, sales, rental, catering and flight schools.
- Metropolitan Airport, 10401 Willow View Rd, Fisher☏Cars, .
- Indianapolis Executive Airport 11329, East SR 32, Zeonsville. +1 317-769-3288.
- Sheridan Airport 27045 Sheridan City Jerk☏ .
- Hamilton County Convention Visitors Bureau, 37East Main Street, +1 317-848-3181, Toll-Free: . A non-profit tourist organization that promotes and promotes tourism, conventions, festivals, and other special events in Hamilton County. Our staff is very useful and we welcome visitors who need information. Visit their website to see the full text of the event calendar and an interactive map of the destination, golf, restaurant, shopping and place of stay.
- Carmel Visitor Center 35E. Main Center +1 317-848-3181 x103. For special events from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. to open the M-F 9AM-5PM.
In states and expressways, the average speed is between 55 and 70, and other roads are usually between 35 unless otherwise indicated.
- 111E, a miniature housing museum. Maince☏, . W-Sa 11AM-4PM, Su 1-4PM. It is a unique museum that specializes in miniature houses, room boxes and binnets. There are also souvenir shops and children's playground. 4 dollars for adults and 2 dollars for children under 10.
- The world's smallest children's art museum, 40W. Main Street, 317 ☏ . 20:00 to 40:00. According to the Guinness Book of Records, the world's smallest museum of children introduces art for children from different schools from September through May. a special exhibition in June Freedom.
- Carmel Monon Depot Museum (211th Avenue SW, 317-846-7117). Tu W 9AM-Noun and 1PM-5PM, F Sa Noon-3PM, Su 1-3PM. It was built in 1883 and became the main transportation and cargo base of Carmel. The remodeled warehouse houses the Carmel Clay Historical Society.
- July is wine technology. Looking at the shops in the Arts and Design District, they closely watch the local art and enjoy about 10 wineries in the annual summer Indiana.
- Carmel Artomobilia (Carmel Art Mobilia) early September. Carmel Arts and Design District promises to celebrate the art and design of automobiles and inspire the feeling. Unlike other events, Carmel Artomobilia combines the beauty of classical, antique, exotic and rare car collections with artists inspired by car design. From the historic Ford model to the last Lamborginis model, Altomobilia's customers will celebrate decades of technology and craftsmanship
- In late September, the Carmel International Art Festival attracted nearly 150 artists (who are close to 150 each year) who wanted to appeal to informal collectors and art lovers. It is played by dancers and local musicians, and the tent for children includes art and craft projects for small children. Admission is free, but food companies charge.
- CarmelFest The annual fireworks display, community parade, food, games, family-friendly entertainment and performances by the Carmel Symphony Orchestra are held on July 4 every year.
- Gallery Walk/Second Saturday Every second Saturday, Culture, Art, and Fun Evening, I come to the art center! See local and visiting artists. Enjoy unique snacks and raffles at a local restaurant in the gallery.
- Shake the streets. June. Rock the District is a free, local music festival and shopping frenzy in the heart of Carmel, Indiana, Arts and Design.
- Carey Globe Park, 14001 N. Carey Road 5 acres are lined with avoceretam, half-size basketball courts, community organic gardens, walkways and softball diamonds.
- Monon Community Center & Central Park, 1235 Central Park Drive East, 1195 Central Park Drive West. The 161-acre park is free, but some activities will cost extra money. The Monong Road is a wetland, garden, park, and a four-mile trail that runs from Indianapolis to the south and northwest to Westfield, Indiana. The 930 m2 skate spot welcomes the 10,000 feet ² skateboarder. Charges apply to the Monon Center and Aqua Park, including outdoor pools, water slides, and namake rivers. There are also indoor pools and fitness centers such as a gymnasium and a studio classroom. Visitors can use their daily passes and 10 value passes, but the non-Carmel population is expensive.
- There are three to four miles of forest area, including Cool Creek Park, the 2000E.151st Circuit Trail, playground, softball, soccer field and basketball court. We also introduce Cool Creek Nature Center, which hosts the annual Cool Creek Concert series.
- Kokusol Park 2000. 116 St. The 125-acre park and garden have a children's garden, a greenhouse, a reflective pool and two bell towers.
- At St18 acres of St. 116 in the Flowing Well Park 5100E.116, you can see the wells of Artesia and fill your jug and containers with clean flowing water. Small trails and fishing.
- Hagan-Burke Trail Major Access: Mon Greenway, Rangline Road, 146th Street. The road, a little over a mile, connects Monon Green Way and 146th Street. A part of the road goes along the cool creek.
- Hazel Landing Park, 10601 Hazel Dell Pkwy. It features 44 acres of fishing ground and launching canoes to the White River.
- Big features are the Lawrence W. Inlaw Park 6310 E.131 Street, a wooden amusement park and a small floating park. The path of nature and the path of defense.
- Lenape Trace Park, 9602 Westfield Boulevard, Lenape Trace Park, and these five-acre parks have shelters and sidewalks that lead to Monon.
- Medurak Park, 450 Meadow Ln17 acres have ponds, piers and fishing. The trail and the basket coat.
- The Monontrail Greenway is derived from the length from the 96th to the 5.2-mile extension of the Indy montrail of the 146th Carmel. A new one-mile extension connects the road to Westfield, Indiana. You can easily access shopping and activities from dawn to dusk. You can ride, skate, run and walk along this broad green road. The pet will be a great welcome if you clean it up.
- Prairie Meadow Park, 5282 Ivy Hill Drive. This beautiful meadow has a recreation path of a quarter of a mile.
- Pleasant Globe Park, 445E.11th Avenue. The six-acre park is for families and has a soccer field, softball diamond and shelter playground.
- 11813: The river road. The 40-acre part is a suitable playground for people with special needs. There are also two sandvolleyball courts, a circular theater and a picnic.
- West Park, 2700W. 116 St. It has a 120-acre path, a wide green space, a big walkway and a small water park. In winter, the north side of the park hill turns into a sledge hill
- White River Greenway, 13410 River Road. A 15 acre pocket park next to White River. Undeveloped, except for the 2.5-mile asphalt trajectory.
- Carmel Cyclery, 260W. Carmel Drive, ☏ +1 317-575-8588. To Broad Ripple, you can enjoy rental bicycles through the center of Carmel. Peddle a paved Monon Green Way with comfortable bicycles and tandem. Free Lock, Helmet, Trail Map.
music and entertainment
- The Carmel Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1976 as a community orchestra, and now performs in various venues throughout the Carmel area, but now they call palladium to their home. Along with guest performers, they enjoy the familiar performances of great works and masterpieces, and also take part in concerts at Carmel Civic Square on July 4th. Tickets are affordable, and discounts are applied to students and seniors.
- After more than 10 years of planning for the 10-year National Entertainment Center, the Performance Arts Center is becoming a reality in Carmel, Indiana. The facility has four most advanced entertainment venues. 1,600 concert hall, 500 professional theater, 200 studio theater and outdoor amphitheater. The museum also serves as an educational center and museum for Michael Feinstein Foundation, and houses rare monuments and manuscripts of Great American Songbook Collection.
Rising on the Carmel Skyline with its dome-shaped European design, palladium caught the eye of the residents and visitors. Equipped with a four-sided symmetry of the limestone front and pillars, the stadium is an extraordinary stage for transcendent elegance and world-class entertainment. 
Turkinton, a professional theater with 500 seats, is the home of the civic theater of the Civic Theater. 
Studio Theater is a flexible theater space for local and national artists. The center will introduce the permanent companies of the center and their works as well as the cast from all over the country. 
- Brookshire Golf Club 12120 Bruck☏ Pkwy+1 317- . William Diedel from Carmel, 18-hole public course design.
- Curved stick golf course 1964, Burning Tree LN. +1 317-844-9938. The 18-hole private course designed by legendary Pete Soybean hosted the Solheim Cup, the Women's Open of the U.S., the PGA Championship of 1991, and the Senior Open of the U.S. of 2009.
- Another Pete Soybean course, designed in Hamilton County, Plum Creek Golf Club 12401 Lynnwood Bvd +1 317-573-9900 Plum Creek, hosted the 2004 IWGA Mid-Amatuer. The semi-private club offers a PGA-Professional-Led Education Program. Area Hotel offers Plum Creek's "Stay and Play" package.
- Prairie Review Golf Club 13199 Riverrow ☏ Do 317 . The Robert Trent Jones Jr golf course is located in a 206 acre area and is a daily fee facility. The Area Hotel offers the Prairie View Stay and Play package.
- Laser Flash, 617 3rd Ave. SW, +1 317-571-1677. The largest laser tag complex in Indiana. Teams are organized with friends and strangers, and they secretly film each other using harmless laser and music explosions and lighting effects. The laser exits from the state of the most advanced laser tron device. It's really scary to see the laser that jumps out of the wall in a dark room. There is also a large arcade and a pizza restaurant in Noble Roman.
- Central Park Monon Center College Avenue 111 No. 111☏+1 317-848-7275 Fitness centers, dance studios, group fitness studios, indoor trucks, gymnasiums, indoor aquatics centers, party rooms, concession rooms, locker rooms, skate parks, ten-acre outdoor aquappark, cafe, banquet rooms, nursery rooms, art studios, classrooms, and conference rooms.
- Netheads, 1017 West Main Street, ☏ . Internet cafes and high-class venues feature interactive video games for individuals and organizations of all ages.
- Carmel Clay Chamber of Commerce, 37 East Main Street. The Chamber can provide information about local business and future events.
- Cray Terrace 14390 Cray Terrace Blvd, 317-566-0011(+1) Indiana is the first outdoor lifestyle center, and Cray Terrace is known as a unique and beautiful jewel in the Simon Property Group portfolio. Here, more than 70 retail stores are lined up along the broad sidewalks of the center, quietly climbing Clay Terrace Boulevard in the 31 United States. Vintage stores and antique lighting blends seamlessly with modern comfort and convenience. From local boutiques to nationwide shopping spots, Clay Terrace is also useful for the most bright shoppers.
- Vine + Table Marketplace (formerly Kahn's fine Wins), 313 E. Carme☏, . One of Indiana's liquor shops, it covers countless wines, beer and liquor from all over the world. There is also a wonderful delicacy that eats delicious gourmet food.
- Carmel Art & Design District 111 W. Main St +1 317-571-2787 Carmel's art district includes retail shops and restaurants as well as interior designers, art galleries, furniture, showrooms, household goods, specialty shops, and more. For the most up-to-date directories, visit our website. Lined with stands of open-air cafeterias, the street is lined with brick-and-mortar buildings near which several festivals are held every year. You can access and reach this area through the Monontrail, a linear green park that extends south to the center of Indianapolis.
- The Rd corner of the Indiana Design Center, 200 South Rangline Road, 317 ☏ 569-5975 (+1) range line. Find infinite resources for showrooms, design professionals, artists, homes, and commercial interior at Indiana Design Center, First Avenue in Carmeles Arts and Design. There are spirits everywhere. The Indiana Design Center welcomes design experts and the general public. The general public welcomes shopping at all stores in the first floor retail showroom. Many retail stores also offer in-house design services for the general public. The general public can purchase an interagency showroom with their designers from the second floor, or use the designer-on-call service provided by the Indiana Design Center. Open from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturdays to 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
- Antique, 1055's. Range Row Rd, +1 317-844-8351. a fancy antique shop specializing in antique appraisal We carry a lamp shade and a lamp part, and we also carry silver polishing and other metals.
- Carmel Old Town Antique Mall, 38W. Maine☏T, . Every day from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. The historic building that housed the first fire engine in Carmel is now in the home of over 70 dealers. The booths include antique furniture, toys, dolls, ceramics, books, jewels, coin-shaped machines, vintage linens, and quilts.
- Midland Art Antique Market 488 Gray Drives, 317- . The Midland Satellite Location near the Carmel Arts & Design Area is open to the public and is used by design companies and customers. It opens on the 7th of a week.
- Pillow talk, 23E. The main street, 317 +1 PilowTalk, is an attractive boutique in the center of Carmel's art design district that specializes in cutule lingerie, organic skin care, gorgeous home-flavored dishes and local jewelry. PilorTalk is trying to enhance shopping experience by offering high quality products that make women graceful, unique, refined and bored.
- ArtSplash Gallery, 111W. Main Street, +1 317-965-8788. This small but creative gallery attracts many artists with blown glass and decorative mosaic. The featured glass artists include Ben Johnson, Michelle Soncini and Nancy Keetting.
- M. Grosser Jugery Design Studio, 154 Medical Drive, 317 ☏ 660-7000. A custom jewelry design made by Mark Grosser. Diamonds, gold and natural jewels.
- Season 52, 8650 Keystone Clock ☏317 . It offers fresh grills and wine bars to help you find the sensational taste of a seasonal menu and award-winning international winelist in a cool atmosphere.
- Abelo, 14480 Rouseway☏+1 317 . It combines fresh and creative food, well-informed services, and a beautiful cafeteria of the court style, and provides 'special opportunities' within the budget of 'special meals.'
- Bub's Burgers & Ice Cream, 210W. Main Street, +1 317 -706 BUBS (2827) The Bub's hamburger is made of fresh ground meat with patty hands. The buns are made to fit a hamburger and are baked in a local bakery. If you want to try it, try Bub's Big Bugry Burger and put a picture on the wall. Also check out the Bub's Cafe for breakfast at the 220 Street SW.
- Bub's Cafe, 220 Street SW, -844-2822 The Big Stack's house, Bub's Cafe, offers delicious blended coffee, gourmet hot tea, omelets made from fresh ingredients, special recipe pancakes, home biscuits and gravy, fresh Bub Holes (donut holes) and today's popular kitchens.
- Greek Delhi & Market, 12955 Old Meridian☏ Town 1 317-657-8084. At the Cooking Greek Delhi & Market, the Greek home cooking, pastry, dried food, cooking classes, and the free selection and catering of gluten, wheat and dairy products are available. It's possible to distribute.
- Debbie, 71 W City Center (just east of the Palladium Turkinton Theater),☏ . M-Sa 11AM-11PM, Su 3-9PM. The plate restaurant and the bar Dibby, where the owners of the Woods' Library restaurant co-eat, provide customers aged 21 or over with a unique dining atmosphere. On Divi's menu, a small dish in the modern U.S. focuses on the shared eating experience. This concept enables customers to experience and share different items by ordering multiple plates. With a range of 5 to 14 dollars, you can meet the needs of a variety of foods, including bagan, gluten-free, lactose-free and traditional shops. According to owner Kevin, "Woody," "the name 'divy' was chosen by the word 'divy it div.'" Co-owner and chef Richelle Ryder have studied nutrition and nutrition and has been chosen as one of the "Indies Top 10 Chefs." 5-14 dollars.
- Donatello's Italian restaurant, . It is a small family-run restaurant where you can enjoy high-class Italian food and high-class wine in the atmosphere of a high-class white table cloth. I recommend you make a reservation.
- Dolly Oters, 160 E.Carmel Drive, +1 317-843-9900. Dolly Otor is an Irish pub. A restaurant that is owned and operated by a local company and that demands purchases from a local company.
- Jason's Delhi, 12405 N. Meridien☏ Street, . From sandwiches to salads, Jason Deli offers healthy food that anyone can enjoy. The food is delicious, and it's delicious!
- Cona grill, 14395 Clay Terrace Blvd, 317 ☏ 566-1400. It gives an exciting twist to American food. Try a hand-made sushi at a graceful sushi restaurant: Macadamia Nut Chicken, Sweet Chili Grazed Salmon, Kona's Big Island Meat Road, or a winning sushi.
- MCL cafeteria, 1390 Keistone Way, 317 ☏ 844-9217. The best cafeteria is MCL. Waiting in line is a cultural experience in itself. Pick up the tray and take your favorite food. Big fried chicken, salad, mashed potatoes, classical, lever and onion. Don't forget all kinds of homemade pies and cakes. A kind service is also good.
- Kurotake 2340E Street 116☏+1 317-846-2400. The immersive experience of color, art, music, and light is delicious to get out of the ordinary world. The Great Pizza Calzone Salad Pretzel.
- Mickey's Irish Pub, 13644 N.Meridien☏ Street, . You can enjoy delicious barfood such as a panned tenderloin, a jump bowling and pizza. Live bands every Friday and Saturday.
- Macaroni Grill of Romano 2375E. Street 116☏+1 317-582-1637. Every day along the Mediterranean Sea in Italy, everyone can enjoy fresh and delicious food, and after that they can have fun.
- Woods Library Restaurant 40E. Main Street, . Woody's library restaurant was established in the Carnegie Library, which was remodeled in 1913. The second floor serves about 60 guests, and the book is stored on a shelf similar to the original library design, such as a ceiling or table. The floor is a set of about 50 pubs, including pool tables, games, TVs and burst bars.
- Zachky's hot dog in the 1315's. Run Line Load, +1 317-848-5088. Enjoy Chicago, New Yorker, Chili cheese, Cincinnati, or Zacky Dog you designed. Zachky offers Vienna Beef Hot Dog (jumbo or regular) and many other services. Try Italian beef, Philly cheese steak, Vegie burger, and hot links. Then add the Caribbean sloths, sweet potato fried, MacN cheese and gourmet cookies. There's something for everyone! It is owned and operated locally.
- Handel's homemade ice cream and yogurt in 2466. Route 146☏+1 317-705-1855. In the shop, handmade ice cream and yogurt from Handel are made fresh every day. We use products, equipment, methods and recipes that are exclusive to Handel.
- Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt - Carmel, 2760. Route 146☏+1 317-714-4700. Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt is fun and you can make yourself with a healthy treat! Create what you want at $0.45 per ounce.
- Vine & Table, 313 E. Dr. Carmel☏ . The Bain & Table Gourmet market selects the most unique and beautiful wines in the state, including daily wines and the most popular collector wines. The Bine & Table also has the best Scotch, liqueur, excellent spirits, domestic and international beer.
Carmel has the share of the "big chain" hotel, including Doubletree Guest Suites, Hampton Inn Carmel, Hilton Garden Inn, Residence Inn by Marriott, Courtyard By Marriott, and so on. Visit the chain's website to find hotels and special transactions.
- Comfort Suites 15131 Thatcha☏ Ln . 75 sweets. The hotel is next to the Cool Creek Park and Village Park Shop and is free of charge to provide indoor and spiral pools, exercise rooms, spiral suites and continental breakfast. Send copies and faxes to your site. The room can accommodate up to 30 people. a free parking lot It's hot for breakfast.
- Holiday Inn Express & Suites 9797 N. Michigan Street
- Courtyard by Marriott 10290 N.Meridien☏ Street, . It features a 149 indoor pool, a spiral pool, a heath club, a lounge, a restaurant, a free HBO/cable, and room coffee. a free parking lot
- Homewood Suites by Hilton 11355 N. Meridien☏ St, .
- Holiday Inn Indianapolis Carmel 251 East Pennsylvania Parkway
- Hampton Inn North Carmel 12197 N. Meridien☏St, . Room 103 This five-story hotel offers an indoor swimming pool and whirling, fitness rooms, large suites, a king room with internal spirals, and a hotel business center. Get HBO/Cable, USA Today, indoor hair-liners, coffee manufacturers, iron plates and iron irons for free. Full-service restaurants and bars are also walking. The hall can hold 50 people. a free parking lot
- Hilton Garden Inn Carmel 13090 Pennsylvania St ☏ . 110 Use Storms include two World Pool suites. All guestroom (standard and suite) come with: Refrigerators, microwave ovens, coffee makers, hair dryers, irons, iron presses, high speed Internet, electronic door locks, two dual-line speaker phones with data ports, large desk-level desk-level desk-level desks, ergonomic chairs, today's AM/FM alarm clock radio. The aggregate area is about 1,300 square feet.
- Jameson Inn 10201 N. Meridian St☏, . Chamber 81 The hotel provides indoor pools, vortex pools, fitness centers and HBO/cables. Free express trains concerning breakfast, free local calls and USA Today (Mon-Fri) are also provided. It can accommodate 5-85 people. Free parking and shuttle buses for guests.
- Residence Inn by Marriott Carmel 11895 N.Meridien☏ St, . 120 rooms (studios, one room and two rooms), indoor pools, sports coats, exercise rooms, swirling alleys, kitchen, free grocery stores, HBO cables, customer laundry, and so on. The free manager reception is from Monday to Wednesday. Late charges are available at special rates. The room can accommodate up to 40 people. a free parking lot
- SpringHill Suites by Marriott Carmel 11855 N.Meridien☏St, . 126 Studio Suites. The hotel includes an indoor pool, a spiral pool, an exercise room, and a business center. The breakfast buffet of the hot-suite season was included every day. The suite of studios includes separate residential areas and sleeping areas, sofa beds, mini-refrigerators, microwave ovens, coffee pots and hair dryers. Free, high speed Internet access. Designed for travelers who need more space than traditional hotel rooms, the All-Suite Hotel is designed for business travelers and family vacations. It can accommodate 15 to 20 people. a free parking lot
- Staybridge Suites Indianapolis - Carmel 10675 N. Pennsylvania Street, . The 119 All Suite Hotel has three different room types, one studio, one bedroom, two bedroom, and two buses. Facilities include indoor pools, free breakfast, whirlpools, field laundry, and business centers.
- Old Town Carmel Bed and Breakfast 521 1st Avenue NW, ☏ +1 317-566-9696 The 100-year-old house is located near the main drive in the Carmel Arts & Design district and has a private bath in three rooms. Fully refreshed with modern convenience (wireless Internet etc.) The turnips and outdoor courtyard are attractive. I'll make up for breakfast and afternoon Audover all year round.
- Northern Renaissance Indianapolis, N.Meridian St☏ in 11925, . Opened in 2008, it is the first Renaissance hotel in Indiana. The Marriott Hotel Service with a more sophisticated design. The grill 39 gives a pleasant twist. Shake the dice to inspire the cocktails of the day.
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