Lincoln Park

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This half-acre park is nestled in the village. In 1861, Abraham Lincoln, on his way to Washington, D.C. to be inaugurated to the Presidency of the United States, stopped to visit. The tranquil setting is ideal for a quiet interlude. The gazebo at the north end of the park is used for summer concerts, weddings and other special events. Other amenities include picnic tables, benches, a fountain, and a memorial dedicated to Abraham Lincoln.

Downtown Zionsville

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Since its founding, Zionsville has grown to become one of the most desirable places to live in the United States. This is due to the small-town character it maintains, highlighted by development along the Brick Street and a high quality of living. Throughout the years, Zionsville has maintained an intriguing blend of modern and rustic, with lots of new shops and stores set up in historic buildings.

Located a mere 20 minutes north from the major metropolitan amenities of Indianapolis, today Zionsville enjoys one of the most enviable lifestyles of any town in Indiana. A visit to Zionsville includes shopping at one-of-a-kind boutiques and stores, visiting a variety of art galleries of nationally known artists and dining choices to fit every taste and every budget at one of our locally-owned restaurants.

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