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The city is also home to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum, a museum dedicated to the history of motor racing and automobile development. Noblesville was founded in 1821 when William Conner's company purchased land surrounding the natural spring. Noblesville was named after Conner's wife, Hannah Noble. The Noblesville town center contains several historic structures that were built during its early years as a stagecoach stop and county seat for Hamilton County (1823–1850). The original courthouse is one block south of U.S. 40 on Madison Street between Park Avenue and Sycamore Street; it has been converted into an art gallery with rotating exhibits throughout each year since 2000 under Indiana law which allows former court buildings to be used for other purposes if they are maintained as public museums open free of charge at least two days per week or by appointment only .