The Children's Museum of Indianapolis strives to "create extraordinary learning experiences across the arts, sciences and humanities that have the power to transform the lives of children and families." WIth five floors of interactive exhibits, the museum boast over 120,000 artifacts that cover a history of over 80 years from across the globe.
3000 N Meridian St
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208
The Canal Walk is part of the Indiana Central Canal, which was dug in the early 1800s, in an effort to facilitate interstate commerce. Today, the refurbished Canal Walk (stretching north through White River State Park to 11th Street) serves the downtown community as a waterside promenade for walkers, runners, bikers and sightseers (while the canal itself includes a steady stream of pedal boats, which may be rented west of the Indiana State Museum).
801 W. Washington St
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum presents the stories of racing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the history of the automotive industry in Indiana, and has vehicles and race trophies and memorabilia from race events around the world. It houses one of the most important collections of racing vehicles and memorabilia in the world.
4790 W 16th St
Indianapolis, Indiana 46222-2550
The only museum east of the Mississippi to showcase both Native American and American Western art, the Eiteljorg Museum explore the rich history of the American West and Midwest. Featuring artists such as Georgia O'Keefee, Andy Warhol, Ansel Adams, Allan Houser and Kay WalkingStick. The museum also has special exhibits highlighting everything from pistols and motorcycles to GLBT representation in Western films.
500 W Washington St
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204-2707
Home of the Indianapolis Colts, Lucas Oil Stadium is a state-of the-art retractable roof multi-purpose facility in Indianapolis. The stadium opened in 2008 and has been the host of numerous sporting events such as Super Bowl XLVI, the NCAA Final Four Basketball Championship, and Big Ten Football Championship Games. Tours available throughout the week.
500 S Capitol Ave
Indianapolis, Indiana 46225-1117
The Indianapolis Museum of Art is one of the largest and oldest encyclopedic art museums in the United States. With ovee 54,000 works of art that span 5,000 years of history, the museum includes 152-acres of garden and grounds. Exhibits include traditional art from Africa, the Americas, Asia and Europe as well as contemporary art.
4000 Michigan Rd
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208-4196