Main Street is the liveliest place to be in a small town, and Indiana has more Main Streets than any other state in the US! Often historic and always beautiful, Main Street’s have been an important piece of American culture for decades. The Indiana Office of Community & Rural Affairs developed a group of 36 towns and cities and asked VisitIndiana.com readers to vote for the Best of Indiana. It was a tough choice, but voters narrowed the list down to the 10 best! Which Main Street took the number one spot as Indiana’s Best Main Street? You can view the list below!
Located between the Ohio River and W. Court Ave, Jeffersonville is a commercial district filled with great small businesses.
Visitors grab a bite, shop, and enjoy a walk along the Ohio River.
Voted Indiana’s Top 10 “Main Street” in 2019, it is no surprise that Albion is back on the list. This town is not lacking charm or history.
Visit the Old Jail Museum built-in 1875, it features jail cells and artifacts.
Known as the “First Electrically Lighted City In The World,” Wabash’s main street is vibrant and filled with diverse businesses.
Discover the booths during their weekly farmer’s market or catch a concert at the Honeywell Center.
Only 35 minutes northeast of downtown Indianapolis, Noblesville Main Street has something to offer for everyone.
Privately owned shops, restaurants, and galleries line the streets of this historic downtown square.
Did you know that Corydon was the site of the only Civil War battle on Indiana soil?
Named by USA Today as one of America’s Best Historic Small Towns, Angola is an incredible place full of history, shopping, and fun.
Visit nearby Pokagon State Park for year-round adventure!
Ranked #4 in the top 100 places to visit in the Midwest, Madison lives up to the hype. Madison is one of the nation’s largest historic districts. While visiting the area, you’ll see structures that belong to the Federal, Greek Revival, Italianate, Second Empire, Gothic Revival, and Arts and Crafts styles.
Franklin was voted as having Indiana’s Best Main Street, in part due to its local art. It is filled with well-maintained older brick homes, walking trails, and attractions for the whole family. Voted number one by Hoosiers, Visitors can pay a visit to the Historic Artcraft Theather in the heart of downtown.