“Experience Gifts” are hard to compare; they help us live in the moment and give us something to cherish. (And, yeah, they help us avoid clutter.) This year, give one of your loved ones something special—an Indy experience they won’t forget.

Geronimo Hospitality Group Gift Card

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Geronimo Hospitality Group manages two of Indy’s best boutique hotels—Bottleworks and Ironworks. Give your parents a gift card and tell them, “Sleep in. Eat well. Treat yourself!” 

Indy Attraction Pass

Imported ImageThe Indy Attraction Pass gives families the freedom and flexibility to spend as much (or as little) time as they want at Conner Prairie, the Eiteljorg Museum, the Indiana Historical Society, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum, the Indianapolis Zoo, Newfields, The Children’s Museum, and White River State Park. In other words: eight top attractions, one low price. 

Nestle Inn Cooking Classes Gift Certificate

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You don’t have to be a guest at this six-room B&B to take one of their cooking classes. Anyone 21+ can try making soup, cinnamon rolls, and sushi. A Couple’s Cooking class is perfect for your best friend and their partner, who are so. cute. it's. nauseating. 

Newfields Membership

Imported ImageAll Newfields memberships ($45-$500) include free general admission to the IMA Galleries and The Garden, and member prices for special events (Harvest, Winterlights, etc.). A fair price for endless hours of viewing, reflecting, relaxing, and wandering.

North Mass Boulder Gift Card

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Give the gift of climbing. Or fitness. Or yoga. North Mass Boulder—Indy’s newest climbing gym—has it all. If your friend is new to climbing, get ‘em a $25 gift card. That’ll cover the cost of an adult day pass, as well as some fuel from the café. 

Indiana Pacers Bikeshare Membership

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Maybe your loved one wants to ditch their car. Or ride their bike more. Or just explore the city. Get them an Indiana Pacers Bikeshare membership, which includes unlimited 60-minute trips for one year.