Want to see the city and get in some cardio at the same time? ActiveIndy Tours offers walking, running, and biking jaunts through the Circle City. Choices include the war memorial trail, a stroll through historic neighborhoods, a jog that traverses White River State Park, and the public art series.
The city’s craft-beer scene has exploded over the past half-decade. Sample some of the goods on a cruise with the Indy Brew Bus or Indy Beer Mile. You’ll visit several breweries to taste porters, pilsners, and more while they do the driving for you. Indy Brew Bus offers a cider and mead option as well.
An experience like no other in Indy, the City Market Catacombs tour explores the long-hidden ruins beneath the popular marketplace, remnants of a grand hall designed in 1886 and lost to a fire in 1958. Go down under the first and third Saturdays from May through October.
The final resting place for more than 200,000 Hoosiers, Crown Hill Cemetery is more than a cemetery - it’s a 555-acre journey through nature, history, architecture, and art. Catch a Heritage Tour to learn about some of the more famous residents, including Benjamin Harrison, Col. Eli Lilly, and poet James Whitcomb Riley.
With your choice of either a gondola or eight-person yacht (pictured), sit back and let your imagination take you to the canals of Venice, where you will be serenaded by your gondolier as you are transported into the romance of old Italy. Experience the beauty, mystique, and charm of downtown Indianapolis, along with spectacular canal views with Old World Gondoliers.
Explore the undead underbelly of Indiana's most haunted places with Indiana's most accomplished professional paranormal investigators! Each tour is given by staff members who are dedicated researchers, investigators ,and esteemed experts in Indiana paranormal phenomena. Tours are 1.5 to 2 hours.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the home of the 2021 Men's Final Four, Super Bowl 2012, and the NFL Colts. Tours last approximately 90 minutes and include visits to the playing field, a locker room, Lucas Oil Plaza, the press box, and a suite, as well as numerous other areas not accessible to the general public.
Not many cities have a beautiful center point like Indianapolis, which you can explore on a free Monument Circle tour Fridays and Saturdays, May through October. Learn about Indy’s signature roundabout, including its original planning, the Soldiers and Sailors Monument, and the buildings that surround it.
Indy local Sampson Levingston takes both visitors and residents throughout all of Indianapolis history. Through2Eyes delves deep into the ins-and-outs of Indy's stories, as we celebrate our past and look forwrad to the future. Explore local neighborhoods like Indiana Avenue and Historic Irvington, as Sampson guides you through Indy's Black history landmarks and sights.