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Visit Zionsville

Shop, Dine, Discover - Zionsville

Shop, Dine, Discover - Zionsville

Visit Zionsville

Zionsville is known for its historic charm, brick streets, and period architecture—and amid this old-fashioned charm you’ll find cutting-edge fashion boutiques, one-of-a-kind specialty shops, and restaurants that will please every palate. Whether you are here for one of our special events or a day of shopping or just passing through, Zionsville truly has something for everyone. We hope you'll visit and discover Zionsville for yourself.




Our Location

Zionsville is located just 15 miles northwest of Indianapolis, less than a mile west of State Road 421, or approximately 6 miles east of Interstate 65 after exiting at the Zionsville exit (S.R. 334).clientuploads/gfx/googlemap_btn.png


Historic Village

Founded in 1852 and incorporated as a town in 1866, Zionsville is perhaps best known for its historic downtown area, referred to as the Village. All of the important styles of architecture of the last two centuries are represented in the Village; you can pick up a walking tour guide at the Zionsville Chamber of Commerce office. In the heart of the Village lies our brick Main Street, lined with shops and restaurants.

Read about Zionsville’s history here (pdf).


Recreation in Zionsville

Zionsville is home to seventeen parks and facilities with over 400 acres of parkland.  For a map of Zionsville Pathways and Park Trails, click here.


Zionsville Trail Park
The 3.5 mile long multi-use Zionsville Rail Trail is popular with walkers, runners, and 

clientuploads/gfx/starkey_icon.png Starkey Nature Park 
Starkey Nature Park, a restricted-use 72-acre nature conservancy, offers wooded trails and perfect spots for picnics and nature study. For a map of Starkey Nature Park, click here.
clientuploads/gfx/mulberry_icon.png Mulberry Fields 
Mulberry Fields includes athletic fields, a skate park, a splash park, a sledding hill, prairie-meadow plantings with interpretive signage and pathways. The original farmstead has been preserved for educational programs and is managed by Maplelawn Farmstead
clientuploads/gfx/tennis_icon.png Two Lighted Tennis Courts 
Two lighted tennis courts are located on the east side of the village, adjacent to Lions Park. The one half-acre mini-park also includes a tennis practice area and an extensive playground, which is a favorite of neighborhood children.
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Lincoln Park, a one-half acre park located in the village, is where Abraham Lincoln stopped to visit in 1861 on his way to Washington, D.C. to be inaugurated as President. It offers picnic tables, benches, a fountain, and a memorial dedicated to Lincoln.
clientuploads/gfx/elm_icon.png Elm Street Green 
The 15.5 acre Elm Street Green includes shelters, benches, a fountain and trails. It also features components that demonstrate environmentally friendly techniques: permeable pavers, bio-basins, and drip irrigation were installed for stormwater quality purposes, and prairie meadows reduce mowing costs and provide a beautiful habitat for wildlife.
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The Zion Nature Center offers a wide variety of nature programs and exhibits.
clientuploads/gfx/lions_icon.png Zionsville Lions Club 
The Zionsville Lions Club operates Lions Park, an 18-acre recreational facility consisting of seven baseball and softball diamonds, a lighted sand volleyball court, an enclosed shelter house, a covered picnic facility, a gazebo, picnic shelters, and other amenities..
clientuploads/gfx/golf_icon.png Zionsville Golf Club 
Zionsville Golf Club is a public, nine-hole facility with tee times available seven days a week.


These are only some of the opportunities our park system offers for leisure and recreation. Visit here for maps and much more information about Zionsville’s parks.


Our Attractions

Zionsville is full of amazing shops, restaurants and attractions. We have cultural opportunities for everyone.

  • Zionsville is known for its eclectic shops, both on Main Street and off.

  • Drop in to one of the many restaurants and cafes for everything from sushi to tenderloin to gourmet cupcakes and award-winning pie.

  • Zionsville is home to the SullivanMunce Cultural Center and many art galleries.

  • Trader’s Point Creamery, a family-owned, Certified Organic artisan dairy farm, offers tours and tastings.

  • The annual two-day Zionsville Lions Club Fall Festival the weekend after Labor Day attracts over 25,000 visitors every year to the carnival, events, activities & food event.

  • The Zionsville July 4th Celebration attracts 15,000 visitors.

  • Brick Street Market, the Saturday before Mother’s Day, features over 100 artists and craftspeople plus food and children’s activities. 

  • Street Dance, on the first Saturday in August, offers a live band, dancing in the streets, and food from our fine restaurants.

  • Christmas in the Village is an annual holiday celebration complete with parade, carriage rides, carolers and much more! Check out our event calendar for full details.

  • Fanimation contains the Antique Fan Collectors Association’s museum, home to some 450 fans dating as far back as the early 1880's.

  • The 1,200 seat Zionsville Performing Arts Center hosts events from ballet to symphony to comedy.