625 Indiana Avenue Suite 200, Madame Walker Theatre Center Indianapolis, IN 46202 +1 317 631 1870
The Freetown Village aims at promoting art and culture amongst the African-American Community. It was started by Ophelia Wellington who wanted to spread a word or two about the Afro-American history. The Freetown Village organizes various theatre performances, dances and African cultural programs which aim to spread awareness of the African community in Indiana. They also conduct research work on the history of the community in Indiana and even hold camps, workshops, organize tours, walks and other outdoor activities for children. The Freetown Village also has a very creative and well trained team of troops who are available for performances.
5163 SR 135 North Bean Blossom , IN 46160 +1 812 988 6422 /+1 800 414 4677(Toll Free)
Located in Bean Blossom and home to the Bluegrass Festival, lies the Bill Monroe's Memorial Music & Campground. Named after the legendary Bill Monroe, the park is spacious and surrounded by lush greenery. Visitors can partake in a number of activities like jogging, fishing, hiking, camping and even hold picnics here. Music lovers come in numbers and set up their tents, in June for the annual Bill Monroe Bluegrass Festival which brings to town performers from all around the globe. Call ahead for more information.
The magnificent history of Indiana is animated and brought to life at the Conner Prairie Interactive History Park. Visiting the park with the family would be the best way to explore these settlements. A very interactive set up and environment, the park is a haven for almost everyone who has a zest to learn about the history of the wonderful city. Various Group and school tours can be availed of at discounted rates.
4500 Dan Patch Circle Anderson, IN 46013 +1 765 642 7223
Entertainment like never before is offered within the spectacular environs of the Hoosier Park Racing & Casino. Gripping the young and old with exciting games and programs, it is a fabulous place to spend your days within the city. For the sturdy men who love their casino games and challenges, the place is a paradise on earth. From its race course to in house poker tables and delectable eateries, the park has it all. So while in the city, this is not a place you would want to miss for the ecstatic moments it promises. For further information, log on to their website.
1505 North Delaware Street Indianapolis, IN 46202 +1 317 396 3886
The Harrison Center for the Arts, with its warm and welcoming atmosphere, tries to create awareness among the people of Indianapolis by exhibiting art and culture at impressive monthly shows. The First Presbyterian Church sanctuary, gymnasium and a courtyard are available for parties and weddings.
646 Massachusetts Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46204 +1 317 634 8020
The Dean Johnson Gallery is known for its innovative works. The gallery gives us a look at the graphics and fine art works done by local and nationally known artists. They aim at advancing art in the community and supporting the talent of the Indianapolis arts community so that it can be enjoyed and appreciated by the masses.
401 East Michigan Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 +1 317 630 4569
The Athenaeum Foundation is a German American community center, which is an architectural landmark on the National Register of Historic Places. The foundation is known to preserve the rich German American heritage of Indianapolis by regaining its culture, sports and education. The Athenaeum Foundation also organizes a number of festivals and events round the year like the St. Martin's Children's Lantern Fest, Summer Concert Series and the July 4th Celebration.
1200 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46222 +1 317 630 2001
The Indianapolis Zoo, located in the White River State Park, exhibits a collection of plants, 350 animal species and also has the largest aquarium in Indianapolis. The zoo lately offers the shark touch tank known to be the world's largest. Get ready for a close look at snakes, iguanas and experience a close encounter with sea lions, polar bears and penguins. The adventure does not end here--the world's first submerged Dolphin and the human-dolphin interactive program can be viewed and experienced here. After the exciting trip you can find something to eat in the cafe, restaurant or just enjoy an ice-cream.
1230 North Delaware Street Indianapolis, IN 46202 +1 317 631 1888
One of the famous landmarks in Indianapolis, the President Benjamin Harrison Home was built in the 1870s, and is now a museum. Dedicated to his life, the historic building houses artifacts and books belonging to the Harrison family. The chambers have period furniture, the president's personal items and political memorabilia. The house is also a venue for city events and exhibitions. Tours of the house are held every half hour.
11366 State Road 38 East Noblesville, IN 46060 +1 317 773 3344
Take a trip out of town and enjoy the beautiful fall foliage at Stonycreek Farm. Their annual Pumpkin Harvest Festival is a great choice for the kids, complete with hay rides, a haunted house, candle dipping, and of course, a full patch of pumpkins! Located about 20 miles outside of the city center, it is a great choice for a day trip. Celebrate major events and festivities at the farm and have a memorable day out with family and friends. The farm also has a market which is open for lunch, and all the day's activities are sure to leave you hungry for some good country cooking. You can also host private events, camps and barn parties among other things at this venue. It is also an ideal spot to enjoy picnics and family events. Visits are permitted by appointments only between 22nd December and 19th March
The Indianapolis Museum of Art was established in the year
1883 and has grown since then to accommodate a staggering 50,000 pieces of art. Its permanent collection is on par with those of some of the world's other renowned ...
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to find time to visit the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum. For a couple bucks, they will give you a bus ride around the most hallowed racetrack ...
Established in 1946, the Broad Ripple Park area has served
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