Museums in Carmel, IN

Find museums in Carmel, IN. Listings include Carmel Clay Historical Society, Indiana Broadcast Pioneers, Hoosier Salon Patrons Association and Fine Art Galleries, Museum of Miniature Houses & Other Collections, Carmel Fire Buffs Museum and All Things African African Art Gallery. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 07/03/19
    The first Fourth of July parade in Carmel was a neighborhood parade for children in 1944. They made costumes and floats pulled on wagons. The Carmel School Mothers Club sponsored the parade in 1946, a...
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  • 07/01/19
    Join us for a free public screening of the film "The Legend of the Reno Brothers" TOMORROW, 7-8:30pm at the Carmel Clay Public Library. The film tells the story of the Reno Gang from Seymour, Indiana,...
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  • 06/28/19
    In 1921 Herman Merklin purchased twenty-two acres on the south side of 116th Street to build Northern Beach Park. Over the years he made many additions to his park: a playground, baseball diamonds, ba...
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  • 06/24/19
    If you live in Johnson Addition, Wilson Village or Parkside Addition, you live on John W. Johnson’s land. Some of my favorite Carmel street names are from those subdivisions. Shady Lane is just nort...
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  • 06/20/19
    Join us at the Carmel Clay Public Library at 7pm TONIGHT for Mike Pace's presentation, "The Lenape in Indiana." Mike will share a bit about the history and culture of the Lenape/Delaware. Don't miss t...
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  • 06/16/19
    Last November we published a history of the Lenape/Delaware Village in Carmel. During the research process, we met Mike Pace. Mike is a former Assistant Chief of the tribe and a descendant of Chief Wi...
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  • 06/13/19
    The latest edition of our newsletter was sent to members today! You can read it by clicking the link below! Inside you'll find an article by Fred Swift about what Carmel was like in the 1950s! There i...
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