Indianapolis Motor Speedway — it is rightfully proclaimed the Racing Capital of the World, where visitors every day experience the thrill and history of auto racing.
Main Street, Speedway Indiana — less than one mile from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is visitor-popular Main Street, a district that is rapidly developing exciting, new venues.
Lucas Oil Raceway — hosting more than 100 days of racing on a quarter-mile drag strip, .686-mile paved oval and 2.5-mile road course. Their most famous of all is the annual NHRA U.S. Nationals, the most prestigious drag racing the world. Lucas Oil Raceway is located minutes west of the motor speedway.
Lucas Oil Stadium - Indianapolis Colts — tour one of America's premier sports palaces. Home of the Indianapolis Colts, NCAA Final Fours, and Super Bowl XLVI. Visit the Colts gift shop for souvenirs.
Hinkle Fieldhouse — a U.S. National Historic Landmark, it was a location for one of the greatest sports movies ever made, Hoosiers, and is home to NCAA Final Four Cinderella team, the Butler University Bulldogs.
Victory Field - Indianapolis Indians — AAA baseball's Indianapolis Indians play here overlooking a spectacular view of downtown Indy. It is one of the nation's top ballparks according to Baseball America and Sports Illustrated. Get to a game April-August.
NCAA Hall of Champions — no Indy sports tour is complete without a visit to the Hall of Champions, showcasing student-athletes who contest 24 collegiate-level sports. Interactive displays and activities include a 1930s retro basketball gymnasium.
Hoosier Park Racing and Casino — April through early November is harness racing time at Hoosier Park, when Standardbreds take to the fast oval track. Hoosier Park is also home to big name concert entertainment and 24 hours or casino excitement, all conveniently located northeast of Indianapolis in nearby Anderson, Indiana.
Indiana Grand Racing and Casino — thoroughbred and Quarter horse racing is the name of the game at Indiana Grand, along with incredible Las Vegas-style gaming, multiple dining options and private rooms for groups. Indiana Grand is only 30 minutes from downtown Indianapolis, located on I-74 in Shelbyville.
Winner's Circle Pub, Grille & Race Lounge — a Las Vegas-style off-track betting facility where horse racing enthusiasts see multiple races while munching on great food from the Grille.
Indy Fuel — Indy's new professional hockey team takes to the ice at the fully renovated, historic Coliseum at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. An affiliate of the Chicago Blackhawks, expect hard-checking action.
Indy Eleven — Indiana's professional soccer team play at Carroll Stadium in downtown Indy. The NSAL team thrill soccer fans May-October.
Please contact Brooke Godsey, Sales Manager - Domestic and Canadian Tour Markets, or Krysten Douglas, Sales Manager - International Tour Market, for more detailed information about the venues and activities on this itinerary.
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