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.
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.
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.
In light of Indiana Fashion Week (INDFW) coming up, feelings of teamwork, creativity, and community are present. The Indiana Fashion Foundation (IFF) has designed the annual event to resemble a “convention,” so that fashion gurus from all over the state are able to enjoy.
When Condé Nast Traveler said we’re one of ‘6 US Cities to Watch in 2017’, they were right. And keep watching, my fellow travelers, because 2018 will be nonstop fun.
Here’s a quick look at what I’m most excited about in 2018.
Veterans Day is this Saturday, November 11, and we should all take time to pause from our busy lives to reflect and thank the brave men and women who choose to serve and sacrifice for our greater good. The city of Indianapolis has lots of ways to observe this important day.