Downtown Zionsville is the jewel in the crown of this pretty little Midwest community. All along the brick-paved streets are unique Zionsville restaurants, shops and art galleries that delight the senses and activate the imagination.
The Zionsville Merchants Association and other city planners have made sure the downtown neighborhood remains attractive and homogenous in atmosphere, purposely reflecting the feel of bygone village days.
Main Street is the heart of it, brick-paved and lined with quaint streetlamps. Shoppers and sightseers are able to meander through this historic district, enjoying an antique shop here, a jewelry store there and maybe stopping for a bite at one of the many eateries.
In the center of this relaxing hub lies a pleasant little “pocket park” at the corner of Main and Cedar. This green space, called Village Corner, offers benches to rest and landscaping to nourish the soul. The Village Corner park is where Santa Claus makes his annual appearance for Zionsville’s Christmas in the Village event. The park also boasts the town bell tower.