Mayberry in the Midwest Festival- May 17-18

Mayberry Cafe in Danville, Indiana, one of the sponsors of Mayberry in the Midwest.

It’s less than a month away from the first annual Mayberry in the Midwest Festival which will take place Saturday, May 17 and Sunday, May 18 in Danville, Indiana. This festival is all about celebrating Mayberry and “The Andy Griffith Show.” Danville is already well-known for it’s celebration of Mayberry. It’s the home to the […]

Breakfast Bet: Bread Basket Cafe & Bakery

Biscuits with sausage gravy is a great breakfast meal.

I find Danville to be one of the most charming towns in Indiana. Have you visited downtown Danville? I love walking around the historic courthouse square and visiting the shops and restaurants that surround it. One of the most popular restaurants in Danville is located next to downtown and it’s the Bread Basket Cafe & […]

The Royal Theater: Historic Marquee Lights Up Downtown Danville


Way back in 1914, the populace of Danville, Indiana, a community just west of Indiana state capital Indianapolis, got its first taste of the new form of storytelling that was sweeping the nation: the motion picture. That was the year Danville’s Royal Theater opened to the public, and the theater’s marquee has been a symbol […]

Gill Family Aquatic Center: Summer Fun in Danville


There’s no better place for summer fun in the Indianapolis satellite city of Danville, Indiana than the Gill Family Aquatic Center. A veritable smorgasbord of brightly colored slides, cool water, and laughing children, the Gill Family Aquatic Center is a watery wonderland for Danville children and their parents once the thermometer breaks 70. This Indianapolis […]

Ellis Park: Swimming, Sledding, and Community Spirit


The oldest and only park (unless you count Blanton Woods) in Danville, Indiana, Ellis Park has all the amenities, facilities, and natural beauty of any park in Indiana, even Indianapolis parks. The quaint community of Danville, located 25 miles to the west of Indiana state capital Indianapolis, is a pastoral town, focused on quiet living […]

Hendricks County Historical Museum: Preservation, Interpretation, Restoration

Logo for the Hendricks County Historical Museum in Danville, Indiana

Danville, Indiana is a town that prides itself on tradition. Founded way back in 1824, downtown Danville is rife with historical landmarks that the town government has kept in pristine condition through a series of renovations and restorations. But in today’s age of digital gotta-have-it-now consumerism, an age where memories stored in bytes on a […]

Danville Real Estate Report

The city of Danville, Indiana didn’t fare as well as other cities in Central Indiana as the total number of homes sold dropped from 9 in January to just 6 in February. This is almost identical to the figure of 7 homes sold in February of 2009.  The decline in the total sold, however, was […]

Danville Real Estate Condition July, 2009

Indiana Association of REALTORS logo

Located just west of Indianapolis is the historic town of Danville. With the Indianapolis real estate market moving westward recently to the nearby towns of Avon and Plainfield, the Danville real estate market has reason to be excited as this growth inevitably moves further in its direction. Danville homes have retained their charm throughout Indiana’s […]

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