Welcome to Our Featured Group Tours
We love to host motorcoach and tour groups, and during your visit we treat you like visiting friends and families. Our personal hands-on itinerary building helps us build a relationship with you and your group to ensure you have the best experience possible in Hendricks County. We work with groups of all sizes and types and below are some examples of recent groups that visited Hendricks County.
Testimonial: “What a distinct pleasure it is to work with the staff of Visit Hendricks County. You know when they make a promise of a wonderful tour, it is 100% more than you can ever imagine. They go above and beyond the above and beyond.” Annette Trotter, CTIS
Green Spree Day Trip Tour
Your guests will enjoy a demonstration with lecture on yunomi, a Japanese version of a teacup, with a selection of yunomi to take home. This pottery studio and gallery also offers visitors the opportunity to buy local art and is on the Rural Routes to Main Street Cultural Trail.
A locally owned, year-round garden center and gift shop, featuring numerous locally grown plants and flowers and artisans’ works for sale.
Hammered Fern Workshop Create your own natural art in the form of a fern napkin to frame or display in your kitchen.
This group-friendly restaurant with a separate dining room for large parties features sandwiches, salads, soups, steaks, seafood, pasta and so much more. The contemporary yet rustic atmosphere makes lunch or dinner in this eatery both cozy and comfortable.
Novice and seasoned gardeners will enjoy five acres of gardens and water features in this little piece of paradise. A beautiful location to connect with nature and enjoy a self-guided tour along the nature trail. Guests can purchase plants, and a gift shop is also available.
Gilley's Antiques Tour includes complimentary Green Spree Tote Bag for each guest!
Overnight Mystery Tour
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum is located on the grounds of the famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and is recognized as one of the most highly visible museums in the world devoted to automobiles and auto racing. In 1987, the museum and Speedway grounds were honored with the designation of National Historic Landmark. Approximately 75 vehicles are on display at all times, as well as timing and scoring equipment from the first race to the 21st century, and an extensive trophy collection.
Check-in to one of our affordable, group-friendly hotels, located within minutes of all Hendricks County attractions and downtown Indianapolis.
Get an insider's tour and VIP tasting at this award-winning winery known for producing fine wines. Groups will also enjoy a trip through their gift shop.
A schoolmarm will take you back in time to a typical day in 1892 in the life of a student tin this historic one-room schoolhouse build in 1883.
Take a guided tour of the old sheriff's residence and jail, built in 1866. This was the first building in Hendricks county to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Free Time Shopping on the Historic Downtown Square
Enjoy this small-town shopping experience! Find one-of-a-kind gifts at Gallery on the Square, sample chocolate that looks so good you will swear it is art at Confection Delights, and other quaint shops on this historic Square.
Lunch at the Mayberry Café
Take a step back to the 1960's with Andy Griffith, Barney, Otis and Aunt Bea at the nostalgic Maybery Café, a favorite local dining sport, complete with looping reruns of ‘The Andy Griffith Show' and a restored 1962 Ford Galaxy just like the Mayberry squad car parked outside.
Bread Basket Café & Bakery Dessert Buffet
Your guests will enjoy a variety of this bakery's decadent desserts handcrafted in-house (cakes and pies).
Tour a family owned and operated honey farm year-round and witness bees making honey in the live observation hive, beekeepers at work and every step in the process of producing honey.