Jan 29, 2015
Visiting Indianapolis

With attractions ranging from the world-famous car racing track to zip-line courses and historic tours, Indianapolis has something for everyone. This is your chance to check out the NCAA Hall of Champions, located in White River State Park or to play a round of golf at the speedway. If you’re interested in the nightlife, Indianapolis has venues to suit anyone’s taste. And don’t forget to take advantage of the city’s several parks and cultural attractions.

The official Indianapolis tourism website has plenty of ideas and links. Find information about food and restaurants, music and nightlife, museums, shopping, family-friendly activities, and tours of the city. Here are some highlights:

  • While you’re visiting the world-famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway, book a tee time for Brickyard Crossing. This public golf course is located on the grounds of the speedway and has four holes inside the oval. More information about the golf course can be found here.
  • Check out the Circle Centre if you’d like to do some shopping while you’re at the convention. Connected to several of the downtown hotels by skywalks, the Circle Centre boasts four floors of shopping, entertainment, and dining options. Find out more here.
  • With more than 300 different species, the Indianapolis Zoo is a top pick for visitors. The zoo boasts a submerged dolphin viewing area, and has been rated one of the top 10 zoos in the U.S. by Trip Advisor.
  • If you’d like a change of scenery, visit the Eagle Creek Park and Marina. One of the largest city parks in the U.S., Eagle Creek features trails for hiking and biking as well as a lake for water sports. For something more exciting, check out the Go Ape treetop adventure course that is located in the park.

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