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Have you ever heard of Zionsville? Discover the town through this informative article brought to you by the daycare abuse lawyers from Zionsville.
Zionsville is a town in the southeasternmost section of Boone County, Indiana. Named after pioneer settler William Zion, it was laid out in 1852 as the railroad extended to the area. In 1861, while traveling to his inauguration, Abraham Lincoln made a whistle-stop speech in the town. Today, Zionsville is a tourist attraction centered on the village-styled downtown area of the suburban town. In 2019, its population was estimated at 28,357 people. The town provides easy access to North Michigan Road (U.S. Route 421) and Highway 52 (Interstate 865).
Located on West Hawthorne Street, the SullivanMunce Cultural Center is the historical, artistic and cultural center of Zionsville. Also acting as the town's welcome center, it features a collecting history museum, an art center and a genealogy library. The cultural center host a number of events for families and friends to enjoy. This include:
It is open Tuesdays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. On Saturdays, it is open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Zion Nature Sanctuary was established in 2001 through a 10-acre property donation from the Zionsville Community Schools and a $200,000 grant from the Land and Water Conservation Fund. It offers visitors amenities such as parking, handicap accessible paths, and pavilions. The sanctuary also provides nature trails through its wooded and wetland areas. Those wanting to spend time here can bask in the nature of the area and bring their leashed dogs. It is open from sunrise to sunset.
Another place for residents and visitors to check out is the AFCA Antique Fan Museum. Operated since 1997 by the AFCA, it houses over 2000 antique ceiling and desk fans that represent more than 140 manufacturers.
The antique ceiling and desk fan museum is the only one of its kind in the world. Its oldest electric desk fan is from the 1890s, and its oldest non-electric fan dates back to the 1880s. Some of its other features are the earliest battery-powered fans, steam-powered fans, water-powered fans, alcohol-powered fans, belt-and-pulley fans, wind-up fans, ceiling fans, electric handheld fans, wall fans, pedestal fans, desk fans, rail car fans, and handheld advertising style fans. The museum is held in the Zionsville facility of Fanimation, Inc. – a premier ceiling fan manufacturer.
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