Noblesville is an American city located in Hamilton County, Indiana. Noblesville is also the county seat of Hamilton and is located close to Indianapolis. Noblesville currently has a population of approximately 50.000 residents and an area of about 20 square miles. The city is also part of four more townships - Delaware, Fall Creek, Noblesville and Wayne. The history of Noblesville begins in 1818 when a large area of land from what is now Hamilton County was purchased by the American Government from the native Indians. William Conner and his wife were the main settlers, as they were the only ones living in the area at the time. Notable past or present residents of Noblesville include Olympic diver David Boudia, author and driver Derek Daly, singer and songwriter Steve Wariner and NASCAR driver Billy Wease.
Indiana Transportation Museum, also known as ITM or ITMZ, is a railroad museum located in Forrest Park, Noblesville. The museum has a great collection of vintage railroad equipment that is still functional today. It also operates excursions on former lines and offers great guided tours for tourists and of course, locals that are eager to find more about their city. This Noblesville museum is 100% volunteer operated and is non profit, its purpose being to preserve the heritage of the railroad industry in this part of the country.
Conner Prairie is an interactive history park located near Noblesville. In this park is preserved the home of the settler of Noblesville - William Conner, while the park recreates life in the American state of Indiana in the 19th century.
Klipsch Music Center, also known as Verizon Wireless Music Center or Deer Creek Music Center is the largest outdoor music venue in the central area of Indiana. It has seating for 6.000 people and lawn admission for 18.000 people and is the host of important festivals and concerts held in Noblesville.