There are lots of options for taking in the beauty of fall in Indianapolis. From serene parks to attractions that incorporate the outdoors, you need to take advantage of the seasonal change with this guide to the best locations for leaf watching.
Located in the 16 Tech Innovation District in Downtown Indianapolis, the AMP offers Indianapolis residents, visitors and 16 Tech tenants with a one-stop-shop for enjoying a diverse array of innovative restaurant and retail concepts.
An extraordinary multi-sensory experience created by Australian-based Grande Experiences, The Lume will occupy the entire fourth floor at the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields, making it the largest continuous exhibition space in Newfields’ 137-year history.
This year, Indianapolis celebrated its bicentennial by recognizing twenty decades of innovation, expansion, and civic pride. Through these iconic buildings, you can explore Indy’s architectural styles—and its past.
Indy's most popular day of yard games is moving to White River State Park for one year only and you won't want to miss out. Get on your dress whites and gather for a day of fun and fellowship as you eat, drink, and play your way to victory.
Indy is launching what’s called the Indy Attraction Pass. With a click of a button, you can buy one pass to get you into eight of Indy’s top cultural attractions for one discounted rate. The only decision left to make is whether or not you have one-day or three-days to explore the Circle City.
On June 25, 1888, Benjamin Harrison won his party's nomination for President. To celebrate this bicentennial moment in Indianapolis’ history, the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site created a new exhibit.
For Matt Rubin, founder and CEO of SoChatti, chocolate is an emotional experience. It's that relationship—the one between taste and feeling—that's at the forefront of SoChatti’s new tasting room at the Circle City Industrial Complex.