Town Life Carmel
Carmel, Indiana is reminiscent of Main Street, U.S.A. in Disney. Well except for Cinderellas castle. The locals have high standards of upkeep. That is why CNN Money magazine named Carmel, Indiana “Best Place to Live in the United States” in 2012.
What to see in Carmel
Museum of Miniature Houses: Shrink down into a micro Carmel. This Museum features over 600 hundred tiny homes and doll houses.
Carmel Artomobilia: Festival to celebrate amazing automobiles. Retro racers and high tech super cars roll through town every year for this event.
Art: There is an entire Carmel Arts & Design District. Check out all sorts of museums and galleries. There is so much culture and intelligence in this town that it flows from the adults to the little ones. For example he city’s Carmel Clay Public Library, located just off of Main Street between Carmel High School and Carmel Elementary School, is one of the country’s most impressive community libraries. It contains over 300,000 books, 46,000 audiovisual items, and 665 periodicals. Carmel also has the World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery, so designated by the Guinness Book of World Records.
What to eat in Carmel
After soaking up the sights its time to fill up your appetite. Carmel is home to spectacular locally owned cuisine. These folks have been practicing their craft for a long while now, so go taste what they have been working on.
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