Kids Ink, located at North Illinois Street, is a bookstore that completely caters to kids. Innovative toys, puzzles, educational stuff and much more awaits you at Kids Ink. Right from toddlers to infants, this independent bookshop has something for everyone. Apart from that, it also hosts variety of events that are well-attended. Deemed to be one of the famous children's bookstore in the city, it has books and toys that combine learning and fun. While in town, do visit this store and pick-up some cool stuff for your little ones.
The city of Indianapolis has many bookstores, but Downtown Comics is an unique outlet that has an extensive collection of comics that delight kids as well as adults. For your weekly dose of comics and video games, head to this downtown store; apart from that, it also stocks collectibles, toys and trinkets. The friendly staff will also help you in finding a specific title. For more details and visiting hours, check website.
Luna Music is the one stop shop for all your music essentials. This store which has been in the music circuit for quite a while now, has all kinds of collections from CDs, DVDs, T-shirts and so on. There are many music stations throughout the store where you can listen to your favorite numbers before picking it up. So head to the Luna store along Massachusetts Avenue and get those grooves on the go! Check the website for more information.
Located within a vicinity that can easily be accessed by many, The Indianapolis City Market, is the one stop destination for all your food cravings and needs. Providing the locals with fresh products at affordable rates, it is a well sought after by all. Its nineteenth century architecture is magnificent. One can also lease out the space for private events and functions. For further details, visit the website, or call on the numbers mentioned.
Midland Arts & Antique Market is a dream-come-true for those who enjoy the thrill of finding something unexpected and one-of-a-kind when they go out shopping. A variety of vintage clothing, antique furniture, paintings and more can be found on the shelves at this market. New items are added to the inventory every week, meaning you never know what you might find here.
Every Wednesday from May to October, residents and visitors alike congregate at the historic City Market building to enjoy the Indianapolis Farmers' Market. This weekly gathering has become a strong community project since its founding in 1996, and now offers shoppers home-grown produce, flowers, bakery items, and other goods from over 50 local vendors. There are also a variety of activities for children and live music events each week to entertain shoppers while they browse. Rain or shine, come enjoy everything this traditional market has to offer.
Chances are every adult in the city at some point in their life have bought a shoe from Stout's. More than a hundred years old, shoes here are still sent to cashier in a basket where they come back wrapped and with the exact change. You can return a shoes if your unhappy with the pair you bought.
Big Hat Books & Arts is a simple bookstore located at Cornell Avenue. The neatly laid-out books divided into various sections, is a pleasant sight for book lovers. Right from paperbacks to local magazines, Big Hat Books & Arts has it all. This independent bookstore has a well-stocked children's section too. For more details, call ahead or simply visit this lovely bookshop.
Recently shifted (from 82nd Street) to a more convenient and spacious location along 54th Street, Vibes Music is a well stocked record stores in Indianapolis. From rock to pop, to jazz and surprisingly even records from the 80s can be found here. The staff are friendly, and often make great recommendations depending on your taste and genre liking. The store is flooded with posters of upcoming gigs, sales promos and upcoming releases. Call ahead for more details.
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