Located just north of Indianapolis in Hamilton County, Carmel is one of the fastest-growing cities in the state. Home to 101,068 residents, the city spans 47 square miles. Carmel is a dynamic edge city with award-winning schools, thriving businesses, and family-oriented neighborhoods.
Though Carmel was home to one of the first electronic automated traffic signals in the state, the city has constructed some 128 roundabouts since 1998, earning its moniker as the “Roundabout Capital of the U.S.”
Stimulate your senses in the Carmel Arts & Design District. Its vibrant shops consist of interior designers, art galleries, showrooms, specialty shops and restaurants. Also, be sure to visit the “World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery.” This gallery is operated by the Carmel Arts Council. While in the district, visit the collection of sculptures by J. Seward Johnson. His life-like sculptures have earned him the title of “the Norman Rockwell of American Sculpture.”
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