Introduction to Noblesville, Indiana
Noblesville, Indiana, in Hamilton county, is 17 miles W of Anderson, Indiana and 20 miles NE of Indianapolis, Indiana. The city benefits from easy access to the nearby cities and towns that it shares the Indianapolis metropolitan area with.
The history of Noblesville goes back to 1818, when the government bought land from Native Americans living in the are, which is now known as Hamilton County. The earliest European settler was William Conner, who established a trading post in central Indiana in 1802. In 1823, Conner and Josiah Polk laid out the area that became downtown Noblesville. In 1823, Noblesville was declared the Hamilton county seat and was incorporated in 1851.
Noblesville and nearby Attractions
- Conner Prairie
- Indiana Transportation Museum
- Verizon Wireless Music Center
- Morse Reservoir
- Fox Prairie Golf Course
- Forest Park
Things To Do In Noblesville
The Conner Prairie Pioneer Settlement, which used to be William Conner's home, has been turned into a living history museum. There are several golf courses in the area, which provide popular and challenging facilities.
Mount Comfort Airport is a short drive away.
Noblesville Higher Education
Butler University, Indiana University and Ivy Tech State College are some of the institutions where one can pursue higher studies.