Fishermen are a city in nine counties in Indiana.
- Hamilton County Convention and Visitors Bureau is in Carmel.
- Fish Chamber, 11601 Micinal Drive, 317 578-0700. The Chamber can provide information about local business and future events.
- Fish Earth Visitor Information Center, 11601 Mental Drive, . from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The fish merchant is just north of Interstate 69, the main highway north-south in Indiana.
Indianapolis I-70 Co. 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, Fishers, ☏ +1 317 849-0840.
- Indianapolis Executive Airport 11329, East SR 32, Zeonsville. +1 317 769-3288.
- Sheridan Airport 27045 Gerkwater Road Si ☏ Sheridan 317 .
In states and expressways, the average speed is between 55 and 70, and other roads are usually between 35 unless otherwise indicated.
- The Historic Ambassador House & Heritage Gardens 106th & Eller Road +1 317 845-4265. As a place for education, the embassy helps us tell the story of fish through modern historians and experts from pioneers and ambassadors. A program is planned to work with Hamilton Southeast School to tell the stories of the former residents of the house vividly. It also plans a exhibition hall that focuses on local heritage sites. All nature lovers and gardeners enjoy the country's Victorian garden in the suburbs. Art, culture, civil society, and society can use the house and garden as a show, exhibition and venue.
- Conor Prairie Historical Museum 13400, Allison Ville Rd, +1 317 776-6006. Set in the 1880s, Connor Prairie is a museum for outdoor history and has an Indiana tradition. Volunteers dressed in the same costumes can experience everything in life from a blacksmith's shop: cooking, games, schools, agriculture and churches. Starting with the Museum of Modern Art, which studies the history of science and anthropology, we head to the Museum of Modern Art, which takes up authentic structures from the 1880s. In the summer, there is "Ohara Symphony" (The Prairie Music), where you can go on a picnic in the evening to enjoy live performances of classical music and pop music. Halloween is characterized by riding on the hay of a ghost. Holiday seasons include dinner, candle light tours and other celebrations. The shop and the souvenirs. Parking is free. Children can go to Prairie's school, train militia, and talk to town doctors about "modern" treatment. In 1859, based on John Wise's launch of Lafayette (Indiana) of the Flying Machine, the balloon experience was to check the website to see if a balloon was flying on the day they visited. During his 1863 trip to the Civil War, he talked about the incidents that Morgan attacked in DuPont, including interpreting and video. The admission fee is 14 dollars for adults, 13 dollars for elderly people or more, 9 dollars for young people and 12 dollars for young people, and free for adults under 2 years of age. Entrance to the group: (over 10 people): $10.50 adults, $7 (2-12). Balloon Voyage ticket: $15 (member of $12).
- Indiana Transportation Museum, 825 Park Dr, +1 [email protected]✉) in the Forest Park. A museum that specializes in the history of railways in Indiana. Along a rail of 35 miles, an old train using steam or diesel is used, and a museum is built along the old nickel plate road. Regular destinations include a dinner party, a train A, a family Pizza Plus Express, dinner and a movie train. Depending on the season, the train goes to Fair Train, the Polar Bear Express Train, the Pumpkin Train, the New Earth Festival Train, and the Pork Festival Special. The museum will open from April to January after checking the site for more than 50 vehicles with shapes and sizes. The cost of the trip is different. For more information, check the website or email. ,
The fisherman is known as a family-friendly city for rapidly growing. There are things to do with the family, especially if young children are interested in sports.
- One Skyzone fisherman. Fish shop
festival and event
- Conner Prairie (Jan-Mar), 13400 Allisonville Road, +1 317 776-6000 Hearthside Suppers (Conner Prairie, Jan- . Have you ever wondered what people ate for dinner in the early 1800s? How did you get it? When you and your family join in the preparation for the candle light festival in the historical Corner House, you will find the answer directly. The recipe uses the 19th century cookbook page as it is.
- The days of the Civil War are Connor Prairie, 13400 Allisonville Road, 317 776-6000. (May) Every May, the retrial of the civil war was gathered on the basis of Connor Prairie and depicted a battle that was a reproduction of the military strategy of the civil war period. Although there were few wars across the Indiana border, historians are among the second largest in the northern states of Indiana to serve in the military. The interest in military tactics and equipment at that time remains strong. expect a crowd
- Roy G.'s Freedom Festival (June) A community festival held on weekends before July 4, the Dutch Memorial Park, is held, and since there are so many things to do, visitors can visit. Art, crafts, food, business vendors, live music, 5K walk/run, K-9 demo, teen tent, street dance, parade, fireworks, and more. Free.
- Glorius Fourth At Conner Prairie, 13400 Allisonville Road, Conner Prairie (early July), ☏+1 317 776-6000. The Fourth Honor is a sampling of the celebration of Independence Day in the 1800s. It's a patriotic feast, a game, and a fun weekend, with memories and a smile.
- Fisher's Art in Park (August), 116th Avenue, I-69, +1 317 572 . Local artists display and sell their art on the grass in front of the Fisher Town Hall. The event is held together with the farmers' market at the Fisher Chamber of Commerce and Industry to provide families and art lovers with a happy day. In the "Children's Art Area," the artist takes up the art of the young artists and the local performers offer live entertainment through the event.
- WFMS FairTrain ("August"), Fishers station, 11601 Micinal Dr+1 . on the train to the 2011 Indiana State Exposition (Indianapolis). Enjoy a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle and forget the hassles of transportation and parking. 10 round trips a day a free parking lot No reservations required.
- Country Fair at Connor Prairie (September), 13400 Allisonville Road, . The historic agricultural fair will feature historic baseball, "Wonder Tent" (Who Is the Bearded Man?), a parade of livestock and antique tractors, etc., which reproduced Indiana in 1886. During this period, the Indy Mini Maker Fair will also be held. The fair is a fun festival for families who celebrate art, craft, technology, engineering, food, music, science, and technology, and who are inspired by art, creation, learning, invention, creation, recycling, architecture, thinking, thinking, playing, and stimulation.
- Back in the 16th century British village, where the fishing shop Renaissance Fair (early October) in 136th and Saxony Road Saxony has been reproduced, I watch a knight on horseback, attend Queen Elizabeth's court, play with three magicians and hands-on performances, play games at Kids Carnival, and shop at a booth for more than 60 unique artisans. Let's eat them while experiencing "ryukyaku" (a dragon-leg) in the Renaissance created by a reentrant in real costumes. Admission is charged.
- During the Conner Prairie (October) headless Horsman, 13400 Allisonville Road, ☏+1 317 776-6000.10 years or so, Connor Prairie was transformed into a live-action version of the Legend of Sleepy Hollow by the appearance of the Headless Horsman in the night in October (in addition to other Halloween activities). The moonlight ride of "Obake" is always sold out on weekends. If possible, go in the week.
- Tracks North Star (13400 Allisonville Road, +1 317 776-6000, . In order to know directly how the subway worked in the 19th century America, Connor Prairie's staff became a slave hunter, a friendly quaker, a liberated slave and a railroad conductor and a fugitive in the encounter of both sides.
- Prairie, 13400 Allisonville Road, ☏ 317 776 6000.December holiday. Throughout December, we celebrate the holiday season at the Corner Prairie indoors and outdoors! Remember your family and friends. They drive out, have dinner with Santa Claus, and enjoy the candlelight tour through Prairie Town. The events include Outdoor Adventure, Ginger Bread Village, Connor Prairie, Candlelight, breakfast with Santa Claus, dinner with Santa Claus and decorations for Bill Hikson's holiday in 1863.
Scenic and artistic beauty
- The Fisherman's Art Council, the Fisherman's Association for Fine Arts, was founded to expand and support the local art and culture and to increase the quality and economic vitality of the community.
- Experience the history, art and adventure of the 30-mile trail, including six historic villages. Nickel Plate Arts Trail, 20 miles north of Indianapolis, winds north from Fisher's and leaves for Noblesville, Cicero, Arcadia, Atlanta and Tipton. Let's go through the railroad, the road, and the river to experience the arts.
The fisherman has many parks for the residents and visitors.
- The Bilericay Park 126th Street and Promise Road. Seven baseball diamonds are central to the park, and there are amusement parks, woodlands, sidewalks and concessions.
- Brooks School Park 11780 Brooks School Rd16.5 acre, playground equipment, basketball court, horseshoe hole, loop sidewalk.
- Cheeney Creek Natural Area, 11030 Fishers Pointe Blvd, Cheeney Creek Natural Area. 25 acres of wild wildlife inhabit the area of hiking, bird-sagging and fishing. primitive and rude.
- Cumberland Park, 10580 Cumberland. The 40-acre park is accessible through the residential block. Seven football fields, woodlands, community buildings, shelters, etc.
- The Sinteran Park, 12383 Sinteran Road Sinteran Park, is a destination park for all ages and interests, increasing the equipment necessary for the stock of the town's playground and providing opportunities for non-structural play, road use and natural viewing. The playground has completed this multifunction peripheral.
- Fisher's Heritage Park at White River, 10595 Error Road. The 33-acre green forest has been subjected to a walking trail for hiking/viking, bird observation and natural research. There are also some platforms that are being renovated at embassies and national history books.
- Hamilton Prepare Park, 11525 Hoosier Rd. The 19-acre facility, Hamilton Pro Pamek, is located at the southeast crossing on Foucieh Road and No. 116, and is accessed from Foucier Road, which is about 12 miles south of No. 116. This is a popular spot throughout the Youth Soccer season!
- Harrison Thompson Park 13573 Corner No Pukwi. The 11-acre park is accessible through the residential area, including amusement parks, grills, soccer stadiums, baseball diamonds and toilet buildings.
- In the 10034 E.121st World Natural Zone, Huxie Woods has a short forest area with soft surfaces. Next to Fushie Elementary School: It is permitted to use the playground equipment during non-school hours.
- Ritchie Woods Nature Preserved, 10410 Hague Road The 42-acre plot was once owned by the Indiana Nature Reserve and the Museum of Children's Literature. The remaining 85 acres are on state conservation. The site has a total of two miles and five different sidewalks in the shelter area. Guided hikes and programs are also available.
- Roy G. Dutch Park One Park Drive This 34-acre park is accessible through the residential area. To provide a soccer field, sand volleyball, baseball and softball, basketball court, two amusement parks and picnic shelters.
- Ben & Allies, ☏+1 . The State Road 37 and 141 Cathedral are the destinations of teenage dreams. There are many opportunities to get tickets for mini golf, mini-pin bowling, huge arcade, picnic areas, and prizes.
- Fisher's YMCA, E. 9012. 126th; +1 317 595-9622. Yes, YMCA is a member-only organization, but this branch has a variety of events open for non-members throughout the year. If you're in this area, it's worth calling.
- Pinhead 13825 Briton Park ☏ Rd, . Bowling alleys, billiards, mega-arcade, duckpin bowling, Louisbar & restaurants, beach volleyball and the indoor playground of Playallot. a non-smoking facility
- Gray Eagle Golf Club 12500 Brooks School ☏ Le Rd 317 845-2900. In the public 72 course, a golf simulator is provided in winter.
- Ironwood Golf Club 10955 Fall ☏ . The Thompson Course, which has 27 new holes, is set up in three nines (lakes, valleys and ridges). Create your own course.
- Riverglen County Club 12010 Club House Dr☏ . The Fisher's most outstanding public par 71 course. The Area Hotel will provide a "Stay and Play" package for this course.
- The Bilericay Park 126th Street and Promise Road. Seven baseball diamonds are central to the park, and there are amusement parks, woodlands, sidewalks and concessions. It hosts various youth baseball events.
- Error Fields, 10198 Eller Road. The 4.5 acre park has two illuminated stadiums (baseball and softball) and playground equipment.
- Mudsock Fields, 12160 Packers Ave.3 football fields include bleach, scoreboard, and concession building.
- Behind the 14,181E. 126th Hamilton South Teaster High School, Orio Fields, this 18-acre park has six softball fields and one baseball stadium. There are also amusement equipment and concession facilities.
- Indianfield House, 11825 technology Dr, ☏+1 317 . At 53,000 square feet, six court basketball facilities, "Little Dribrers, Semimro, Amateur Games and Hoop Academy are held. USSA and AAU officials called it one of the best basketball facilities in the United States.
- The Prairie Symphony 13400 Allisonville Road, Conner Prairie. Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra presents the Marsh Symphony in Prairie. The stage is set in summer with famous artists and a wonderful season line up.
- Conor Prairie Art Museum Shop 13400 Arison Building Rd +1 317 776-6000 The shop at the museum has a unique shopping experience. There are a variety of items to offer as gifts, house decorations, and mementos for coming stores. Don't miss your home treasure seeds and gourmet food, such as jam, soup and old fashion candy.
- All Indiana ☏ . Can't you go to Hamilton County? Try a little Hosier Hospitary in a gift basket made by an Indiana company for Indiana products.
- Herb art, 11650. Lantern Road, +1 317 418-8227. Th-Sa 11AM~16PM, Su-W by reservation. An approachable studio with a range of specialty products, such as hand-made soap, candles and body mist, that are suitable for souvenirs and souvenirs. The nickel plate arts trail and the herb arts products, part of the Indiana Artisan program, are made of locally grown organic materials after experiments on humans (not animals). It's a great product that's fragrant, healthy and free of pesticides. Herb art specializes in green weddings, special gifts, and a customized collection of gifts.
- Gallery 116, 8597 Higashi 116 B, ☏ 317 577-9730. Gallery 116 is an attractive bungalow in the center of Fisher's and offers a blend of handmade jewelry, gifts and home decals from the winds of local and national artists.
The number of fishers is increasing in chain stores, but few in the local area try it.
- Peterson restaurant 7690E.96th Street,☏+1 317 598-8863. It is owned and operated locally.
- St. Yaledore Ethiopian Cooking & Corfu House 11210 Fall Creek Road +1-317-363-4435 in the Geist region just south of the fisherman. a part of the best Ethiopian food in a wider region of Indie. The owner and his family are very welcome and happy to interact with you. According to Ethiopian tradition, most dishes are made to share across the table. Meat and vegetable dishes were stacked on top of a porous angelapan. Try Ambasa, a freshly baked bread made from spices traditionally used in the Christian world of Ethiopia.
- Sames, 116th & Allisonville, +1 317 842-1577. Sam's restaurant is a family-run flagship restaurant in a group of restaurants that have been open for over 20 years. A therm makes soup, sauce and bread. You can't miss a coffee cake with sour cream. To buy a big breakfast at a reasonable price, try "Negou" (a restaurant in another Sam) on the other side of the street.
- Handel homemade ice cream 8760E 116th. +1 317 585-8065. This is not a fishing-man stop in places that span Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia. However, the ice cream is very good, and is located two blocks away from the center of the city's main drag, so visitors can enjoy it. Try Handel's pop
- Sunrise Cafe, 9767 E 116th St, ☏[email protected]com 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Since 1985, he has been a favorite of fish. I'll prepare a lunch box that I can rely on for my breakfast favorite. It's well known as a breakfast combo with two X-Large Eggs's. ✉
- Four Day Ray Berley (FDR), 11671 Lantern Road , .FDR is an employee of a historic railway company in the nickel plate, named after a one-day weekly holiday, and provides many internal blobs on familiar favorites. Their scratch kitchen offers a kind of favorite, like a pig fried tenderloin in Indiana state. Affordable lunch specials and special Sunday Branch menu options (10:30 a.m.) - 2:30 p.m.)
The growth of the fisherman means that there are many chain hotels that are affordable for the visiting friends, family and group.
- AmericInn Hotel & Suites, 9780 North by Northeast Blvd, +1 317 578-9000.The AmericInn Hotel & Suites Indianapolis NE is the first Americ-in in Indiana near I-69 Offfisher, Carmel, and Noblesville.
- Comfort Suites Fishers, 9760 Crosspoint Blvd, +1 317 578-1200. Including 65 people (coffee maker, microwave, refrigerator, iron, iron plate, hair dryer, etc. in each room) indoor pools, sports facilities, business centers and luxurious continental breakfast. We have a jacuzzi suite. The room can accommodate up to 40 people. a free parking lot
- Hampton Inn & Suites Fisher, 11575 Commercial Dr, ☏ . The beautifully decorated hotel offers a "sweet shop" with warm, cold breakfast, hospitality, high speed Internet access and snacks. The Studio Suite Room, Jacuzzi Room and Fireplace Room are also featured.
- Hilton Garden Inn North East 9785 North By North East☏ Blvd . 110 Rooms/Suites This beautiful hotel provides the Great American Grill, the Pavilion Lounge, the indoor pool, the spiral, the fitness center, the 24-hour Pavilion Pantry Convenience Store Smart, and the free business center. The guest room includes a microwave oven, refrigerator, coffee maker, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, a free high speed Internet connection, remote printing to a business center, two phones/one, two speaker phones and large work areas. There are 100 people in the hall.
- Holiday Inn Express 9790 North by East Boulevard 317 578-2000140 Room This hotel covers outdoor pools, athletic facilities, swirling rooms, free bars for continental breakfast, movie channels/cables, and local calls. The hall can hold 50 people. a free parking lot
- Hotel Indigo 9791 North-Northeast Bulba☏ . a boutique hotel with a large chain of customer service The murals of the guest room vary from room to room.
- Residence Inn by Marriott Fisher's 9765 cross-point Blvd, 317 842-11111.78 rooms (studio, room and two) including indoor pools, sports courts, exercise rooms, swirling alleys, kitchens, kitchen, free grocery stores, HBO cables, customer laundry and more. Free Hospitality M seconds. Late charges are available at special rates. The hall can hold ten people. a free parking lot
- Staybridge Suites, 9780 Crosspoint Blvd, +1 317 577-9500.146 Room This suite hotel offers three suite options in total: a kitchen, a free hot breakfast, a free guest laundry, a fitness center, an indoor pool, a swimming pool, an HBO/cable, a library, a free night party, etc. Each suite also includes high speed Internet access, a business center and two telephone lines. The room can accommodate up to 12 people. a free parking lot
- Studio 6, 8250 North by Northeast Blvd, . Room 124 This hotel offers a full-featured studio room, at a low daily rate, every week. Voice mail/data ports and HBO/cables are available in the guest laundry facility and in each room. Pets are welcome. a free parking lot
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