Quality Inn & Suites
2270 N. State Street
Greenfield, IN 46140
Phone: (317) 462-7112
Fax: (317) 462-9801
2270 N. State Street, Greenfield, IN, US, 46140
- Phone: (317) 462-7112
- Fax: (317) 462-9801
Hancock County Fairgrounds or more popularly known as Hancock County 4-H Fairgrounds since it is the base of the annual 4-H Fair. The grounds can be rented out throughout the year for receptions, trade fairs, livestock shows and more. It features an exhibit hall, barns, show arenas, a food shelter, commercial building, a stage and restrooms.
Recent drama, comedy, action, and romance movies are seen here. Office phone: 317-898-1086.
Warren Performing Arts Center annually brings some of the best cultural events to Indianapolis. Musical performances, dance events and much more entertain the crowds all year. For more details about the events check out their website.
The Mud Creek Players was created during the World War II as a women's group who met to make uniforms once every month. After the war was over, the group was transformed into a play reading group, which later on progressed into a full fledged theater company. The company had to move several locations before they acquired and transformed a barn into their theater. The Mud Creek Players now host plays and performances in several genres, right from classics, children plays to experimental performances. With authentic barn style seating, stage and even green rooms, watching a performance here is an enthralling and unique experience. To know the schedule of the plays, check the website.
What is now a theater and a theater company began its journey as a small theater group in the year 1973 as "Four C Theatre". Later on, the popularity of the company grew and it acquired a permanent location in an ancient chapel. In the year 2001, the company relocated in Buck Creek Playhouse, which is now their stage for performances. The theater is a small establishment with seating only for 130 people and hosts plays with a wide variety of genres, ranging from musicals to experimental theater and youth theater. If you are interested in exploring the fast depleting theatrical culture of the city, Buck Creek Playhouse is the place to catch a show.
For a great cinematic experience, where you watch the film really does matter. Entertaining you with just the right atmosphere amidst a descent crowd the Hamilton 16 IMAX is the where you should take your entire clan. Be it with family or friends, the spectacular sound and screens bring the images to life. The theater also rents its spaces for birthday parties and other private events. For further information, log on to their website.
The Klipsch (formerly Verizon Wireless) Music Center is the place for music lovers, with a performance roster that boasts every major musical act to pass through Indiana. Concerts at the center are bound to go house full. Lawn Passes are available for $20 or less, depending upon the performance. For those willing to pay a little more, stadium seating is available to get you closer to the action.
A pumpkin patch, tractor-drawn hayrides, pony rides, cornstalk & strawbale mazes, barnyard animals, and pick-your-own-produce are just some of the things to enjoy at this annual October event. Live music on Saturday & Sunday afternoons.
An annual German heritage event celebrating with food, games, rides, melchior marionettes, and entertainment. Held in September.
Tag your family along and head straight to Indiana Downs. The place offers the best events that guarantee unlimited fun and excitement. Most exciting are the horse racing events that herald screaming crowds and dizzy fans. Hang around the clubhouse or just take the kids for a treat to the fabulous eateries and restaurants. To make it more enjoyable, it is best to visit with a large group and thereby avail of the discounted offers. For further information, log on to their website.
The Benton House was home of Allen R. Benton (Butler University's former president). Built in 1873, this beautiful abode is now under the purview of The Benton House Association that maintains and manages it. This splendid estate listed in the National Register of Historic Places can also be rented for private events and celebrations. For more details, check website.
Formerly a theater, today the Emerson Theater has been completely transformed into a musical hub. Spacious, well appointed and intensely comfortable, the venue brings to stage some of the most talented performers. Local art and theater lovers throng the place in numbers to witness great musical spectacles. On certain occasions, famed artists from around the world too drop by. Call ahead for more information or check website. Doors open 6.30 pm onwards.