Noblesville, Indiana, is one of those quaint small towns loaded with late-19th-century charm and history.
I always like to have a bit of flexibility when we travel because it's nice to have to option of taking photos on another day with better weather if you run into dismal weather when you first arrive at a destination.
It was a dreary and rainy day when we first visited Noblesville, so I was happy that we had a chance to spend a little more time the next day to take images when the weather was clear and sunny.
Here are a few more images from our visit to this town and its many National Register of Historic Places sites.
Want to learn more about Noblesville? Check out Noblesville (Images of America) by Nancy A. Massey and Carol Ann Schweikert.
Thanks to the Hamilton County Convention and Visitors Bureau for sponsoring my visit to Hamilton County, providing lodging, meals and a tour of Hamilton County attractions for my review during my recent visit there, with no further compensation. I was free to express my own opinions about the stay and experiences, and the opinions expressed here are mine.
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