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.
Every time I visit the Circle City Industrial Complex (mostly to pick up a pint of LICK Ice Cream), I find something new. My latest trip this past Saturday, continued to prove the validity of that statement, but I might even go as far to say this is one of my best finds yet.
From cinnamon spice to hearty stouts, winter and the holidays conjure up very specific flavor profiles that fit the season. Moreover, this is a time to gather friends and family to share in fellowship and toast the future. Here are a few of the seasonal beverages that Indy Craft Pass users can look forward to enjoying while exploring over the holidays.
The Indiana Historical Society's Festival of Trees in downtown Indy is a holiday favorite for Hoosiers and visitors alike. With close to 100 beautifully decorated trees and family-friendly activities, it's no wonder why.
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.
Ever wanted to sit in a hotel room and watch your favorite Netflix show all night? What if that room was decorated in the theme of that show? In honor of Stranger Things’ third season coming out July 4th, Indianapolis is doing just that with Eleven Ways to Celebrate Stranger Things 3 in Indy.
This Friday, more than 100,000 people will head to Monument Circle for the annual Circle of Lights celebration. Plan on attending? Here are some tips and tricks to help you make the most of your evening downtown.
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.
From Christmas at the Zoo to Circle of Lights on Monument Circle, Indianapolis always offers plenty of dazzling light displays to enjoy during the holiday season. This being said, there is a brand new display coming to Indy this season: Winterlights at Newfields
Have the day off in honor of Presidents’ Day? Take the opportunity to plan a family fun day. Many of the city’s museums will remain open, giving you and the kiddos the chance to discover Indiana’s presidential heritage.
If you’re staying downtown while in town, there are many places to celebrate a Valentine’s Day dinner with a menu that offers an experience through atmosphere, fine dining and hospitality. And if you live here like I do, you’ll find these options unique to your everyday Indy eats and worth exploring. Good luck picking just one.