One of Indianapolis' biggest claim-to-fame is hosting the largest single day sporting events in the world. We know of a few more places to go on all the other days.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway: For over a century the iconic oval has hosted the Greatest Spectacle in Racing, the Indianapolis 500, in addition to the Brickyard 400, Red Bull Indianapolis GP, and the Grand Prix of Indianapolis. Track tours are available through the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum.
Lucas Oil Stadium: Home of the Indianapolis Colts and host to the 2015 Men's NCAA Final Four, 2016 Women's NCAA Final Four and the annual Big Ten Football Championship. Public tours are available year round and the Colts Pro Shop is ready to outfit you with team gear.
NCAA Hall of Champions: Consists of two levels of interactive exhbitis to engage visotrs and create a true-to-life understanding of what it takes to make the grade
Lucas Oil Raceway : Host of the NHRA U.S. Nationals, watch cars scream down the quarter-mile drag strip at 300 mph to the finish line, the raceway offers a full slate of racing action for hard-core motorsports fans.
Bankers Life Fieldhouse: Although home to the Indiana Pacers and Indiana Fever, the Fieldhouse is also a regular host of the Big Ten Men and Women's Basketball Championships and numerous concerts and events each year.
Major Taylor Velodrome: Named after a biking legend, Major Taylor Velodrome is one of 18 world class bicycle racing tracks in the nation.
Brickyard Crossing Golf Course: Ranked as one of Americaâ€™s Top 100 public golf courses, this course is part of the state's Pete Dye Golf Trail and features four holes inside Indianapolis Motor Speedway's famed oval.
Hinkle Fieldhouse: The historic home of the Butler Bulldogs was also the setting of the state championship game in ESPN's #1 Sports Movie, Hoosiers.
IUPUI Natatorium: This world-class facility has played host to numerous Olympic time trials and swimming stars like Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte.