To Serve Visitors and Our Destinations
The Hancock County Tourism and Visitor Center is a county agency dedicated to perform the marketing and development functions of destination management. We serve all of Hancock County, Indiana including the communities of Greenfield, Fortville, McCordsville, New Palestine, Cumberland, Wilkinson, Shirley, Maxwell and Charlottesville.
While there have been previous tourism efforts in Hancock County, as of 2017 all tourism operations came under the county government’s guidance. The tourism office is solely supported by a 5% innkeeper tax on the guests who stay in Hancock County’s hotels and Bed and Breakfast properties.
Our role is to help bring out-of-county visitors to Hancock County for a *destination experience* – whether that be dining at one of our great restaurants, shopping at one of our retail locations, enjoying a recreational venue, participating in a sporting event, attending one of our great festivals or events, or spending the night in one of our great hotels or bed and breakfast properties.
Hancock County Visitor Center
Located at 119 W. North St in Greenfield is open Monday – Friday from 10am – 6pm when the staff is onsite. There is a kiosk outside the visitor center with information that is available at any time.
Executive Director – Brigette Cook Jones