As we have previously mentioned, we have Visitor Centers in Carmel, Noblesville & Fishers. These centers are staffed by great Hamilton County and Central Indiana residents who offer advice, ideas, trip suggestions, directions, brochures and a broad knowledge about the county. We recently asked them what they would do as a Hamilton County visitor - over the next few weeks, I will be sharing their thoughts on the blog. Enjoy!

From Visitor Center Employee, Natalie H.: A great way for any visitor to start the day would be to enjoy a delicious breakfast. Bub's Cafe in Carmel has delectable dishes for any kind of appetite. Once everyone is full, the nearby Arts & Design District is home to a variety of interesting shops. After spending some time perusing the shops, if the shopping mood continues, then Clay Terrace would be the next stop for the day. A lunch at Kelties in Westfield would be a real dining treat. The afternoon could be spent venturing out to some of the smaller of the eight great towns to enjoy unique, historic experiences such as the Hedgehog in Arcadia or the George Boxley log cabin in Sheridan. Another historic landmark to visit could be Conner Prairie in Fishers. For dinner, either stop by the Hamilton Town Center, or drive a little ways to Matteo's Ristorante Italiano in Noblesville. If everyone still has more energy for fun, visit by Pinheads off of I-37 in Fishers for some cosmic bowling. **For more Hamilton County, Indiana trip ideas, visit us online at 8GreatTowns.com.