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The Apple Works and the surrounding area.

Directions

From 65 North| From 65 South| From SR 37| Area Attractions

From the North off I-465
Exit off I-465 into US 31 South.
Go 1 block South to the first stoplight. Turn right onto Thompson Road.
Go West one mile to stoplight at SR 135. Turn left (South).
Continue 15 minutes South to Trafalgar.
At the stop light in Trafalgar turn left onto SR 252, go 100 feet, then
take immediate right (South) onto CR 300 West. Go South 4 miles.
Road curves abruptly left (East) and becomes CR 750 South.
You will see an Apple Works sign at the curve.
Continue ľ mile up road and take first right (South) onto CR 250 West.
Follow for one mile. The Apple Works will be on your left.

From the North on I-65
Exit on the Whiteland Road Exit and continue West to Whiteland.
Continue West across US 31 on Whiteland Road to SR 135 at stoplight.
Turn left (South) onto SR 135 at stoplight. Continue South through
Bargersville to Trafalgar.
At the stop light in Trafalgar turn left onto SR 252, go 100 feet, then
take immediate right onto CR 300 West. Go South 4 miles.
Road curves abruptly left (East) and becomes CR 750 South.
You will see an Apple Works sign at the curve.
Continue ľ mile up road and take first right (South) onto CR 250 West.
Follow for one mile. The Apple Works will be on your left.

From the South on I-65
Exit on the Taylorsville/Edinburgh Exit onto US 31 North.
Continue North on US 31 to 3rd stoplight. Turn left (West) onto
Hospital Road towards Camp Atterbury.
Continue West through Nineveh. Continue West another four miles
on same road. Turn left (South) onto CR 250 West at Apple Works sign.
(If the road curves abruptly right onto CR 300 West, you missed the turn.)
We are one mile South on the left side of the road.

From the West on SR 37
Turn East onto SR 252. Continue East to Morgantown.
At 4-Way-Stop in Morgantown continue straight ahead.
At yield sign before railroad crossing, take the right branch
of the road into a residential area. Do not go past the Gas Station.
Continue 7 minutes until road Tís at CR 300 West.
Take a right. Go South a little over 1 mile.
Road curves abruptly left (East) and becomes CR 750 South.
You will see an Apple Works sign at the curve.
Continue ľ mile up road and take first right (South) onto CR 250 West.
Follow for one mile. The Apple Works will be on your left.


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Area Attractions

Colombus IN

Columbus is famous for its architecture, being home to
buildings designed by some of the most famous architects
in the world including I. M. Pei, Richard Meier, Kevin Roche,
and Robert Venturi. Columbus is also home to a branch of the
Indianapolis Museum of the Arts, the Columbus Philharmonic,
and a thriving arts community. To learn more visit their website:
http://columbus.in.us



Indianapolis IN

Indianapolis is the capital of Indiana and home to the
Pacers, Colts, Ice and theWorld Famous Indianapolis Motor
Speedway as well as the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian
and Western Art, two beautiful war monuments and the acclaimed
Childrenís Museum. For more information check the
Indianapolis homepage at:
http://www.indy.org

Nashville, IN

Nashville was founded as an artistís colony back in the
1800ís. Its quaint city streets are packed with luxurious
bed and breakfasts, rustic and fine dining, fudgeries, ice
creameries, candy stores, specialty and novelty shops,
antiques and of course, art galleries and craft shoppes
with paintings, leather work, pottery stained glass and
more. Nashville is located in the heart of famous Brown
County, renowned for its fall foliage and State Park.
There are facilities for mountain biking, downhill and cross
country skiing, camping, fishing, hiking,
swimming and even paintball.
You can find out more at:
www.browncountyindiana.com

Bean Blossom

Bean Blossom is the home of Bluegrass legend Bill Monroe.
Come enjoy the Bluegrass Hall of Fame, purchase hard to find
recordings, or camp out and enjoy the 8 day Bluegrass Festival
that goes on rain or shine. And donít forget about the Gospel
Music Days or the Country Music Classic. Everything you need
to know is right here:
www.beanblossom.com.


The Apple Works Orchard
County Road 250 West Trafalgar, IN 46181
(317) 878-9317

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