You don’t have to go away to get away. Downtown Indianapolis is home to several bed & breakfasts that are perfect for a relaxing staycation. If you’re itching to “do something” or are cautious about traveling out of the city, consider staying at one of these cozy inns.
Kick a field goal in Lucas Oil Stadium, run the bases at Victory Field, and much more. Register today for this year's Indy Ultimate. Choose a socially distanced in person or a virtual option for this great event benefiting the workers of the Indiana Restaurant and Lodging Association.
Indianapolis has undergone a culinary evolution in the last decade, with more ambitious restaurants opening to the public and more high-quality cuisine available to locals and visitors than ever before.
You Are There 1915 opens September 21 the Indiana Historical Society. This also happens to be Smithsonian Museum Day which means you can go opening day, be one of the first to see this exhibit and get FREE admission.
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.
It's the 49th year of the IBE Summer Celebration in Indy! For 11 days you and your family can experience film festivals, business leadership and education conferences, luncheons, employment fairs, fashion shows, concerts and more.
The weather is warming up in Indy! This means dedicating more time to enjoying the weather and visiting our favorite restaurants and breweries, dining outside and drinking beer with our friends and families — and don’t forget about your pets!
Not only did Indy rack up top accolades like “Best Places to Travel in 2017” from powerhouse travel authorities like Travel + Leisure, but Indy’s story on our growing food scene, attractive niche neighborhoods, impressive trail scene and our top-tier family friendly destinations grabbed the attention of media from around the country. Here’s our top ten list of articles you may have seen about our favorite city from this past year (consider this our humble brag and reason for you to read them one more time):
Indy has a community of people who support everything local – restaurants, retail stores, breweries, food trucks, and more. This Saturday, November 25 aims to extend that community and encourage all to Shop Small and Shop Local.
Now through September 30th, you can pedal your way through Indianapolis each Saturday while learning all about the culture and history that makes the Circle City unique. Join a group for an 8 mile, 2.5 hour tour along the Indianapolis Cultural Trail.