Art & Culture - Noble County Convention & Visitors Bureau

Explore the Art and Culture in Noble County!

The Strand Theatre

This historic theatre located in Kendallville first opened in 1880. Now showing two movies with matinee and evening show times, this theatre is a great and affordable place for family-friendly entertainment. 

The Bison of Noble County

During Indiana’s Bicentennial, Noble County became flooded with a herd of bison. Download the guide below to find each bison and snap your photo with one of these furry friends. 

SoZo Art Studio

Sozo Art Studio, located in Kendallville, offers an array of products and services. From art lessons, wine and canvas and prints for your home, owner Peggy Tassler has it all.

Fairy Doors

Noble County is awash in fairies, gnomes and other magical creatures. There are over 30 new fairy and gnome homes that can be found in Noble County. Families can improve literacy and be active together as they search for the hidden doors. The community collaboration is sponsored by Activate Noble County, Parkview Noble, Cole Family YMCA, Kendallville Public Library, and various Kendallville businesses.

Ligonier Murals

The city of Ligonier is flooded with murals that express the city’s art, culture and history. Take yourself on a self-guided tour of the city with the guide below. 

Noble County Public Library

The Noble County Public Libraries offer a variety of family-friendly activities, learning experiences and unique activities that engage the whole community.

Noble Art Gallery

The Noble Art Gallery, located in downtown Albion, features works from artist/owner Dan Gagen. Here, you’ll find a unique selection of affordable gifts and fine art, including wall art (landscapes, portraits, abstracts, and more), jewelry, woodworks, glassworks and pottery. There is always something for everyone!