Top 10 Must See & Do

Looking for the perfect getaway just south of Indy? These are the Top 10 Festival Country Indiana experiences you’ll want to make sure you do.

1. Historic Artcraft Theatre
This 1920s-era theatre offers a classic movie experience and some surprises.

57 N. Main St., Franklin
317-736-6823
www.historicartcrafttheatre.org

2. Freedom Springs Aquatic Center, Franklin Family Aquatic Center and Edinburgh Aquatic Center
On those hot summer days, there’s nothing better than splashing and playing at one of our aquatic centers.

www.festivalcountryindiana.com/aquatic-centers

850 Stop 18 Road, Greenwood
317-884-2078

396 Branigin Blvd., Franklin

220 Harrell Drive, Edinburgh
812-526-6072

3. Fall Fun at The Apple Works and Kelsay Farms
No autumn would be complete without getting apples and apple treats at The Apple Works (and enjoying the fun attractions), and be sure to check out the corn maze, straw bale mountain and barn full of corn kernels at Kelsay Farms.

Apple Works
8157 S. 250 West, Trafalgar
317-878-9317
www.apple-works.com

Kelsay Farms
6848 N. 250 East, Whiteland
317-535-4136
www.kelsayfarms.com

4. Greenwood Park Mall
This is the shopping destination for Indy's south side, with great brands at Greenwood Park Mall and discounts every day at Edinburgh Premium Outlets.

Greenwood Park Mall, 1251 N. U.S. 31, Greenwood
317-887-8601
www.simon.com/mall/greenwood-park-mall

Edinburgh Premium Outlets, 11622 N.E. Executive Drive, Edinburgh

812-526-9764

www.premiumoutlets.com/outlet/edinburgh/stores

5. Mallow Run Winery
Home of award-winning wines and a popular summer concert series.

6964 W. Whiteland Road, Bargersville
317-422-1556
www.mallowrun.com

6. Craft Brew
Visit legendary craft brewpubs and discover your new favorite brew. See the Top 10 Craft Brews and Wines list for some of our favorites.

www.festivalcountryindiana.com/wineries-and-breweries

7. Golf Courses
Golfers know some of the best courses in the Indianapolis area are south of the city.

www.festivalcountryindiana.com/golf-courses

8. Kid City at Greenwood Community Center
This two-story space is an indoor play zone for children, with a Luckey Climbers three-dimensional climbing sculpture, a musical garden and activity centers that incorporate educational themes, art, science and music.

100 Surina Way, Greenwood
317-881-4545
www.greenwood.in.gov/topic/blocks.php?topicid=135

9. The Historic Spots – Johnson County Museum and Camp Atterbury Museum
Visit Johnson County Museum to see the full history of the county. Then check out Camp Atterbury Museum and, across the street, visit the outdoor museum to see a monument and military tanks, helicopters and other military hardware. The Prisoner of War Chapel is another interesting site to view and is about three miles away.

Johnson County Museum, 135 N. Main St., Franklin,
317-346-4500
www.johnsoncountymuseum.org

Camp Atterbury Museum, Old Hospital Road (800 South), between Mauxferry Road and Schoolhouse Road (South 325 East), Franklin
812-526-1386
www.atterburymuscatatuck.in.ng.mil/NewsMedia/PublicAffairsInformation/Museums.aspx

10. The Fun and Adventure Spots – Urban Air Trampoline Park, Indy Paintball Battleground, Otte Family Fun Center, Rascal’s Fun Zone and Whiteland Raceway Park
You’ll find what you’re looking for whether it’s jumping fun (Urban Air Trampoline Park); a paintball battle (Indy Paintball Battleground); a driving range, mini golf and batting cages (Otte Family Fun Center); go-karts, mini-golf, bumper boats and arcade (Rascal’s); or go-kart racing (Whiteland Raceway Park).

www.festivalcountryindiana.com/family-fun .