Indianapolis has gotten more colorful over the past few years, thanks to a number of public art projects. It would take days – literally – to explore all of the city’s public art. But it would only take an afternoon to visit these four larger-than-life murals.
For the Indiana Repertory Theatre, the show must go on. The IRT is planning six virtual productions for the spiritedly reimagined 2020-2021 season, which kicks off in December with "This Wonderful Life."
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.
As summer quickly disappears and fall begins to emerge with cool mornings and changing leaves, Indiana War Memorials wants to invite you back Downtown, to visit the Indiana War Memorials Historic District.
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.
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 five 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.
Harvest – an annual celebration of autumn – returns for a month-long celebration! From October 1-25, the whole family can enjoy a cornucopia of pumpkins, festive fall beverages, Instagram-worthy moments, and dynamic horticulture displays.
Irvington is home to the nation’s oldest and largest Halloween festival, which brings together tens of thousands of residents, neighborhood organizations, and businesses. The annual festival – now in its 74th year – typically includes a week’s worth of events. 2020 is no different.