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.
The Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) is honoring Indiana’s 200th birthday with a new exhibition, 19 Stars of Indiana Art: A Bicentennial Celebration. It includes approximately 75 works of art from the IMA’s permanent collection and focuses on the regional, national, and international legacies of Indiana artists.
Located in a small nook of the Joyful Noise Recordings record store, the museum combines music memorabilia, UFOs, and kitschy, obscure sightseeing to create an imaginative learning experience that’s unlike any other.
Hooray, spring break is on its way! Our family has two full weeks of time to relax and recharge this March and we’re beginning to plan some quick trips and special outings to celebrate a brief break from the regular routine. But the vacation fund is running low and we don’t have too many dollars to spare. Enter Indianapolis – one of the most affordable cities to entertain the kids on Spring Break without breaking the bank.
From 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday, February 13, the Indiana State Museum will become a shoppers delight as guests have a chance to browse and buy from over 60 Indiana artists at the 13th Annual Indiana Art Fair.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a great time to reflect on one our nation’s greatest civil rights leaders. There are many ways to celebrate his legacy in Indy this coming MLK Day on January 18. Celebrating Dr. King’s legacy is the perfect time to reflect on how we as a community – a city – treat others and can be welcoming to all.
Santa Claus is a popular guy and when he visits Indianapolis a regular old reindeer and sleigh just will not do. This man knows what Indy wants he does all he can to get the attention of the crowd. Here few places Santa is arriving in style this season.
Indy is one of America's most patriotic cities, after all, we are the Crossroads of America. With Veteran's Day coming up on November 11, here are eleven reasons why Indy shines as the perfect place to visit in order to honor those who have served.
The Indianapolis Museum of Art is one treasure that guests and residents of Indianapolis can’t miss. It's the 10th-largest encyclopedic art museum in the country and boasts 152 acres of manicured gardens and pristine grounds. Like I said, it's a can't miss! If you are searching for a specific reason to spend a day or half-day at the IMA, here are seven reasons just for you.
On October 2, the lights will dim and the music will be cranked up for Indiana Spirits: POP! at the Indiana State Museum. This second annual, Hoosier-themed cocktail party is one locally-focused event you don’t want to miss.