One of the biggest things attendees look forward to when traveling to a meeting is experiencing the destination. Attendees may not always get to experience as much of the destination due to time constraints and cost. Luckily, the Indy Attraction Pass makes it easy.
With a click of a button, your attendees can buy one pass for admission to five of Indy’s top cultural attractions for one discounted rate. The only decision left to make is whether they have one day or three days to explore the Circle City. The one-day attraction pass is $52 for adults and $42 for children. The three-day attraction pass is $90 for adults and $68 for children, saving up to 50 percent off collective museum admission. This is especially a great option for attendees traveling with families or plus ones.
With three attractions - the Eiteljorg Museum, Indiana State Museum, and Indianapolis Zoo - all within walking distance of downtown hotels and located in scenic White River State Park, your attendees can easily visit attractions between sessions.
The pass is so easy to use. Once purchased, it is delivered via text and email and is ready to use immediately. There is no app to download, as the pass can be saved to the user’s home screen for easy one-tap access. Upon visiting a participating attraction, attendees show their phone to redeem with contactless mobile entry.
This Smithsonian-affiliated interactive history park is located on the north side of the city. Conner Prairie has both indoor and outdoor spaces for families to explore, including their Animal Encounters, Treetop Outpost, and 1859 Balloon Voyage Experience. So, visitors should pick a good-weathered day to spend at least half a day at Conner Prairie.
Located less than 10 minutes from downtown is the world’s largest children’s museum, and often considered the world’s best. One truly could spend all day at the museum and still not see everything. Most of the museum is located indoors, but they recently expanded the museum with 7.5 acres of outdoor sports fun where the kids can run (great place to expend some energy before nap or bedtime).
This is the first museum you’ll find at the entrance of White River State Park. The facilities are stunning, and the rotating exhibits never disappoint. If your attendees are looking for a good lunch spot, they can check out the Eiteljorg’s Museum Café and dine outside on the terrace overlooking the Central Canal.
While the Indiana State Museum continuously has rotating exhibits that are a worthwhile stop (current exhibit: Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood), the architecture of the building is captivating. Visitors can explore the exterior of the building where there are 92 different art installments embedded into Indiana limestone representing one for each of Indiana’s 92 counties.
After exploring the Eiteljorg Museum and State Museum, guests can pop over the Central Canal and pedestrian bridge to enter the Zoo. They can purchase tickets to the must-see dolphin show and meander throughout the Zoo’s 64 acres before making their way back to show time. And, since they’ve saved so much on admission, they might consider adding an animal encounter experience where they can paint with a penguin or help bathe an elephant.
In addition to the Indy Attraction Pass, the Show Us Your Badge program is another great way your attendees can save on restaurants and attractions.