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.
Kentucky State University squares off against Jackson State University at this year's Circle City Classic! But there's so much more than a football game to this 36 year tradition. Don't miss all of the details for an entire week of culture, music, history, education, and sports!
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.
Heartland Film presents the 2nd annual “Indy Shorts” International Film Festival from July 25th thru 28th. With over 100 shorts screening, Indy Shorts is the largest short film an Academy Award ®-qualifying film festival in the Midwest.
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!
On May 25, two new exhibits open at the Indianapolis Zoo. Cuddly, two-toed sloths will find a home at the new MISTery Park, while revamped exhibits at the Deserts Dome will house some of the world's most venomous snakes.
Don't miss your final chance for rip, roaring interactive fun with the Hot Wheels exhibit at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis. Check out all of the details for when the exhibit opens (and closes), special features, and how you can save money when you visit.