Quality Inn & Suites
1836 East 64th Street
Anderson, IN 46013
Phone: (765) 641-9980
Fax: (765) 641-7984
1836 East 64th Street, Anderson, IN, US, 46013
- Phone: (765) 641-9980
- Fax: (765) 641-7984
The Lambert's Music Center in Anderson is located along Meridian Street. The center's main aim is to promote and diversify music among the local community. The place has an excellent setting and an even better curriculum of music lesson combined with well trained professionals. These professionals used modern means to teach amateur musicians the right notes. The place also doubles up as a store, with an very good range of pianos and other organs to choose from. Check their website or call ahead for more information.
The Carnegie Library is the main branch of the Muncie Public Library, that is home to the local history and genealogy department. The library was established in 1903, and features neoclassical architecture. The library is named after Andrew Carnegie, a philanthropist whose generous contribution, steered the setting up of this library. The library houses a vast collection of books on local history, making it popular amongst students and enthusiasts on the subject. Check the website for further information.
Public transportation system that provides a number of fixed destination routes in the Muncie and surrounding area.
The Emily Kimbrough Historic District in Munice. This district became a great commercial attraction and also an industrial center. Popularly known as the place of discovery of natural gas, this district gained popularity and came to be known as one of the elite towns. This district comprises of homes that are of Victorian architecture, this place also conducts an Old Washington Street Festival that celebrates the architecture of the homes and also promotes the historical gas days, this festival is celebrated annually.
Consisting of prominent buildings like the Elwood City Hall, The Leeson's Building, and The Opera House, the Elwood Downtown Historic District is an area that is approximately belted by the Duck Creek. Popular among tourist and locals this district is registered as a historic site.
Located in the eventful Hancock County in Indiana, Greenfield was incorporated as a city in 1876, soon after which the accidental discovery of natural gas ushered in hectic industrial activity and employment. Present day Greenfield attracts visitors with its historic landmarks, heritage streets and a very pulsating cultural calendar. The best time to visit is October during the Riley Festival which sees color, food, dance, music and art.