2229 East 59th Street
Anderson, IN 46013
Phone: (765) 649-3000
Fax: (765) 649-3850
Formula K Go Kart Racing, Youth Track, Water Karts, Pool Tables & Video Games. Open seven days (March-November weather permitting). Birthday parties and group rentals available.
Indiana's smallest State Park, it has some of the best preserved mounds in the state built by the prehistoric Adena & Hopewell people. Also offers camping, trails, picnic areas, Nature Center and Naturalist activities, swimming, fishing & just relaxing. Open Monday through Sunday from 7 a.m. until 11p.m. Charge per vehicle.
A contemporary library with free community programs and meeting rooms plus computer access. Also available are more than 500 magazine titles on-site for browsing in the comfortable reading room.
See molten art glass handcrafted into beautiful objects. Gift shop open Saturday only from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.
The French Second Empire townhouse of a German Inn Keeper. Decorated in 19th Century Victorian and open for tours April through mid-December. Guided tours for 10 or more people available by appointment.
Chesterfield Spiritualist Camp District is a spiritual camp that makes up an entire district in Chesterfield, Indiana. This historic camp was established in 1886 as the center of the Indiana Association of Spiritualists, who offer a number of spiritual services such as faith healing, psychic reading, spiritual development, seminary etc. The camp has seen many popular students, like Don Kemp, a well known spiritual medium. Today, the camp has a number of programs for the spiritually inclined ones, along with other amenities. Others can just visit the place due to its historic and architectural significance.
Includes 30 acres of landscaped green space with a state-of-the-art modular playground for ages to 12, an amphitheater, a terrace garden, a memorial commons, a 1/5 mile scenic botanical walk. A pedestrian trail bridge connects park with 87 acre Shadyside Lake recreation area.
The Pendleton Falls Park was allotted over 150 acres despite the small size of this obscure town. The historic falls have been the epicenter of human settlement for centuries much before the settlers arrived. As of now, the park is home to a museum, winding and well-marked nature trails for hikers and a huge public swimming pool. Meeting room facilities are available as well as a divine setting for wedding receptions and other memorable events. This is no ordinary park and Pendleton is no ordinary town; the legend of the falls have found their own place in the towns daily existence.
One of the most historically diverse and significant districts in the U.S. State of Indiana is the Pendleton Historic District. The district is a fine 19th Century district with many prominent sites. Most of the contributing structures in the district finely depict the Federal, Greek Revival and the Bungalow/Craftsman styles of architecture. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1991. The Falls Park is a fine recreational destination in the district.
You will find a great collection of books and materials on genealogical subjects, as well as publications and research records on Delaware County history at this resource center. Programs and workshops are also offered.
Once owned by four generations of the same family, this historic house is filled with family items and memorabilia that reflect each of the generation's lifestyle.
Minnetrista is a museum and cultural center that serves the people of East Central Indiana. Minnetrista offers exhibits and programs for children, families, adults, scouts, teachers and students that focus on nature, history, gardens, and art. Minnetrista's 40-acre campus includes beautiful gardens, a modern museum facility, an historic home, Nature Area, numerous sculptures, and a portion of the White River Greenway.