Shopping & Villages

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Featured Attractions

You’ll find unique shopping experiences at the most upscale of national shops as well as the most eclectic of local ones. Here are a few of our favorites.

Downtown Noblesville
Downtown Noblesville

Located on the river, Downtown Noblesville is a quintessential Midwestern downtown complete with the historic courthouse-anchored Noblesville Town Square. You’ll find local shops, restaurants, services, parks, the Nickel Plate Arts campus, and the Noblesville Riverwalk.

Broad Ripple Village
Broad Ripple Village

Filled with local shops, restaurants, and nightlife, the Village also is home to the Indianapolis Arts Center, Broad Ripple Park, and a network of trails and waterways, including the popular Monon Trail and the Central Canal Towpath along the historic Central Canal. IndyGo’s Red Line also links the Village with smaller restaurant clusters to the south (and to Downtown Indy).

Keystone at the Crossing
Keystone at the Crossing

This collection of upscale shopping is anchored by The Fashion Mall, where you’ll find the likes of Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, Apple, and Crate + Barrel, as well as extensive dining options, hotels, and the Keystone Art Cinema.

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56th/Illinois in Butler-Tarkington
56th/Illinois in Butler-Tarkington

Located on the banks of the Central Canal near the river, this small main street…

Broad Ripple Village
Broad Ripple Village

Filled with local shops, restaurants, and nightlife, the Village also is home to the Indianapolis…

Downtown Indianapolis
Downtown Indianapolis

Most of the shopping and eating destinations are a 10-15 minute walk (or a few…

Downtown Noblesville
Downtown Noblesville

Located on the river, Downtown Noblesville is a quintessential Midwestern downtown complete with the historic…

Fishers Nickel Plate District
Fishers Nickel Plate District

Two miles east of the river on 116th Street, the Nickel Plate District is a…

International Marketplace
International Marketplace

Located two miles west of the river near Newfields and Riverside Park, this former regional…

Keystone at the Crossing
Keystone at the Crossing

This collection of upscale shopping is anchored by The Fashion Mall, where you’ll find the…

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International Marketplace

Located two miles west of the river near Newfields and Riverside Park, this former regional shopping district has found new life with more than 110 ethnic restaurants and 40 markets-the greatest concentration of authentic ethnic food in the state. You’ll hear more than 100 languages being spoken!

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Fishers Nickel Plate District

Two miles east of the river on 116th Street, the Nickel Plate District is a developing new center in downtown Fishers with a growing local food scene and shops, along with an outdoor amphitheater and park.

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Downtown Indianapolis

Most of the shopping and eating destinations are a 10-15 minute walk (or a few minutes on Pacers Bike Share or scooters) east of the river, where you’ll find the region’s greatest concentration of both local and chain restaurants and pockets of retail shopping opportunities and nightlife. On the east side of downtown, along the Indianapolis Cultural Trail you’ll find local hotspots Mass Ave and Fountain Square.

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56th/Illinois in Butler-Tarkington

Located on the banks of the Central Canal near the river, this small main street in the Butler-Tarkington neighborhood has several popular local shops and restaurants.

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Broad Ripple Village

Filled with local shops, restaurants, and nightlife, the Village also is home to the Indianapolis Arts Center, Broad Ripple Park, and a network of trails and waterways, including the popular Monon Trail and the Central Canal Towpath along the historic Central Canal. IndyGo’s Red Line also links the Village with smaller restaurant clusters to the south (and to Downtown Indy).

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Keystone at the Crossing

This collection of upscale shopping is anchored by The Fashion Mall, where you’ll find the likes of Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, Apple, and Crate + Barrel, as well as extensive dining options, hotels, and the Keystone Art Cinema.

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Downtown Noblesville

Located on the river, Downtown Noblesville is a quintessential Midwestern downtown complete with the historic courthouse-anchored Noblesville Town Square. You’ll find local shops, restaurants, services, parks, the Nickel Plate Arts campus, and the Noblesville Riverwalk.

Plentiful Parks

Adventure awaits at the many parks and riverfront spots that truly make White River a worthy destination. Whether you’re into canoeing, fishing, hiking, or just relaxing by the water, you’ll find something to enjoy.

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