Gabby Blauert
Communications Manager


For Immediate Release


Hamilton County Tourism to celebrate new pass with Travel & Tourism Week scavenger hunt


HAMILTON COUNTY, Ind. – Hamilton County’s new Doable and Viewable Art Pass is available now, encouraging community members and visitors to engage with local art.


The digital passport, created by Hamilton County Tourism, features more than 100 murals, sculptures, galleries and art studios located throughout the county. After seven mobile check-ins at participating locations, participants will receive a print created by local artist Gabriel Lehman.


“Hamilton County is home to a wide variety of art, from locally made goods and public artwork to the performing and culinary arts,” Sarah Buckner, Assistant Director of Community Engagement at Hamilton County Tourism, said. “We hope the Doable and Viewable Art Pass will increase visitation to the art experiences in our county and inspire people to create their own masterpieces.”


Three cities in Hamilton County have received recognition from the Indiana Arts Commission as a Statewide Cultural District: Carmel Arts & Design District, Nickel Plate District in Fishers and the Noblesville Cultural Arts District.


“Our county continues to grow and evolve as a vibrant art destination,” Nickel Plate Arts Executive Director Aili McGill said. “As Executive Director of Nickel Plate Arts and Manager of Noblesville’s Cultural Arts District, I’m excited for the launch of this new art pass and the opportunity to expose more people to art in a fun, low-barrier way.”


To claim the Doable and Viewable Art Pass, users can go to The passport can be saved to a smartphone home screen or bookmarked in a web browser for easy access.


Hamilton County Tourism will celebrate the launch of the pass with a county-wide scavenger hunt during National Travel and Tourism Week. Prizes will be hidden May 8-12 at various pieces of public art featured within the Doable and Viewable Art Pass. Clues for the prize locations can be found on Visit Hamilton County’s Facebook and Instagram Stories each day.


People are encouraged to take photos while checking in at the various art locations and share them on social media, tagging @VisitHamiltonCo or #VisitHC for the chance to be featured.


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About Hamilton County Tourism

Hamilton County Tourism Inc. is a nonprofit, destination management organization that promotes tourism growth through strategic marketing, hospitality and development initiatives providing hospitality to more than four million visitors to Hamilton County, Indiana, each year.