Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre
Address: 3 Center Green Suite 200 Carmel, IN 46032
Phone: 317-843-3800 T
Information: Founded in 1915, this medium-sized theater showcases locally produced plays & musicals year-round.
Carmel Symphony Orchestra
Address: 1 Center Green Carmel, IN 46033
Information: The Carmel Symphony Orchestra presents a seven-concert subscription series which includes a mix of classics and pops, holiday concert and Family Fun! concert.
Carmel Monon Depot Museum
Address: 211 1st St SW, Carmel, IN 46032
Information: Built in 1883, the depot served as the main transportation and freight site for Carmel. Now home to the Carmel Clay Historical Society, the museum features railroad artifacts and local history.
Address: 14390 Clay Terrace Blvd, Carmel, IN 46032
Information: Home to everything from locally owned boutiques to nationally known names, Clay Terrace offers something for even the most discerning shopper.
Cool Creek Park & Nature Center
Address: 2000 East 151st Street Carmel, IN 46032
Information: This 105-acre park has approximately five miles of trails great for jogging, hiking, bike riding, and even equestrian trails. Cool Creek Park also hosts an annual Summer Concert Series.
Address: 11677 Towne Rd, Carmel, IN 46032
Information: This 125-acre park has been transformed with beautiful gardens.
Monon Community Center & Central Park
Address: 1195 Central Park Dr W, Carmel, IN 46032
Information: The Monon Center features recreational space, a fully outfitted fitness center, group fitness studios, dance studios, indoor running/walking track, three-court gymnasium, and indoor pool.
Museum Of Miniature Houses & Other Collections
Address: 111 East Main Street Carmel, IN 46032
Information: The museum’s collection contains over 600 miniatures including room boxes, houses, and exquisite individual items that have been created with painstaking attention to detail.
The Center For The Performing Arts
Address: 1 Center Green, Carmel, IN 46032
Information: The Center for the Performing Arts include the Palladium, a 1,600-seat concert hall that hosts local theater, dance and music organizations and the world's most gifted performers.