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Greenwood Sightseeing

Greenwood, Indiana is known for its shopping, parks, and its pleasant and relaxed small-town atmosphere. It has enough culture and entertainment to make it lively without being too large or overwhelming. If you live at the Flats at Stones Crossing apartments near Greenwood, Indiana, you’re in a prime location to get anywhere around Greenwood, or zip into Indianapolis for a day trip. Here are some of the unique attractions you’ll find around Greenwood.

Art and Culture

Art on the Trail
Check out the new public art installations along the Polk Hill Trail. Greenwood’s Art on the Trail was created in 2012 and new sculptures completed by local artists are placed along the trail every two years.

Johnson County Museum of History
Experience Johnson County from 400 million years ago up to the 1950s! You’ll see fossils of the underwater animals that lived during the Paleozoic era, learn about the Native people from this region, and see artifacts from the Colonial period, Civil War, Gilded Age, and Progressive Era.

Parks and Hiking

Northwest Park
Find more than 12 acres of natural landscape, Pleasant Run Creek, and trails to walk and bike less than five miles from the Flats at Stones Crossing.

Freedom Park
Enjoy the 1.5-mile walking trail, disc golf course, a large playground, and sports amenities. It’s just three miles from the Flats at Stones Crossing.

Independence Park
See Indiana’s first all-accessible playground on 13.5 acres, along with plenty of paved trails for walking and biking. You can get there by car from the Flats at Stones Crossing via Country Road 700 North in about 8 minutes.

Old City Park
Visit Old City Park and Pleasant Creek just five miles from the Flats at Stones Crossing and connect to downtown Greenwood, where you can see the City Center Building and Greenwood Public Library directly south of the park.


Heaven Too Antiques and Vintage Market
If you’re into vintage items and antiques, Heaven Too is a top-rated shop on Madison Avenue. Converted from a private home, the shop is cozy and charming with plenty of items to explore.

Southport Antique Mall
Try the Southport Antique Mall for a larger-scale antiquing experience, and don’t forget to stop into The Vintage Gypsy for vintage clothing and accessories from the 1930s to the early 2000s.

Emporium 31
For fans of flea markets, garage sales, and antiques, this is the place for you! Shop more than 200 booths from local vendors and it’s just 3.5 miles from the Flats at Stones Crossing.

Park Mall
For a more traditional shopping experience, you can’t beat the Greenwood Park Mall. It’s about an 8-minute drive from the Flats at Stones Crossing and with more than 150 stores and plenty of dining options, you’re almost sure to find something you can’t leave without.

Downtown Indianapolis

Indy’s downtown Monument Circle is just a quick drive down Indiana State Road 135 from the Flats at Stones Crossing. Take a day trip to Indianapolis and you can take in the city’s Soldiers and Sailors Monument, the USS Indianapolis Memorial, the World War Memorial and Museum, University Park, the American Legion Mall, and more. Plus, you can stop into a gallery, museum, restaurant, or coffee shop, or take a paddle boat or bicycle ride along the downtown Canal.

If your search for Greenwood, Indiana apartments has brought you here, we can’t wait to welcome you to the Flats at Stones Crossing! Enjoy the convenience of an established community along with the excitement of parks, trails, shopping, art, and culture nearby. Call (317) 548-3603 to schedule a tour today.