Take some time out of your visit to experience all Indy has to offer! Regardless of what has brought you to the Circle City, here are five things to do around Indy that are guaranteed to keep your family and friends entertained.
Don’t miss one minute of autumn’s beauty while experiencing art and culture. At Newfields, both art and nature are celebrated in one stunning campus. The Indianapolis Museum of Art holds a vast collection of both classic and modern art, while the gardens of Newfields transform into a unforgettable masterpiece of falling leaves. For an even more quintessentially-“fall” experience, visit Newfields October 3-6 for the inaugural Harvest.
Snakes and Sloths at the Indianapolis Zoo
Whether you go for soft and cuddly or sleek and slithery, you’ll find new faces to swoon over at the Indianapolis Zoo! Pay a visit to get up close and personal to these adorable creatures in their newly designed habitats.
Treasures of Ancient Greece – The Exhibit at the The Children's Museum of Indianapolis
Featuring more than 150 objects including scientific inventions, sculptures, jewelry, armor, vases, and more, Treasures of Ancient Greece will let you explore the history and mythology of the ancient Greeks. Discover how the ancient Greeks influence sports, government, science, entertainment, and beauty—even today!
Indy Cultural Trail Food Tours
Discover places that locals love and taste delicious foods, all while listening to stories about our incredible city and the Indianapolis Cultural Trail that connects it all.
Explore Fall Foliage
Enjoy the rainbow of color created when the leaves turn at Indy’s parks. Hike the trails of Fort Benjamin Harrison State Park, Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park, Garfield Park, or Eagle Creek, or experience the nation’s third largest cemetery - Crown Hill, that serves as the scenic resting ground for numerous notable figures.