820 East 67th Street Marilyn K. Glick School of Art Indianapolis, IN 46220-1199 +1 317 255 2464
Want to take a look at some of the finest art as you pick quaint art pieces to do up your home? Visit this Art Center and be enthralled by the sheer variety of art dotting the walls. Supporting the cause of the local artists, this venue seeks to promote their work. Also famous for the wide array of art dos and events held here, the Indianapolis Art Center is famous for having inaugurated the Broad Ripple Art Fair in 1971, and it has since grown to an annual event with an attendance of 26,000 people. The in-house art store lets you purchase what you see even as you take your fill of the eye catching art work: buy exotic clothing, pots, paitings, frames among other things and surprise your loved ones. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.
1202 East 38th Street Indianapolis, IN 46208 +1 317 927 7500
The Amphitheater at Celebration Park is a famous venue for a plethora concerts, music events, fairs and various other cultural events. The amphitheater can hold lot a large number of and is one of the most notable venues in the city. The seating facilities are good and it is a pleasure to watch an event here.
200 West Washington Street #220 Indianapolis, IN 46204 +1 317 233 3116(Organizers)
This beautiful state capitol building known as the Indiana Statehouse is a home to the Indiana General Assembly that features the state officials. Standing still as a beauty and well maintained in it's historical architecture the place is a delight ti watch and is a must visit place.
315 West Ohio Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 +1 866 683 0008(Venue)
Well known as a place for exhibiting the best quality service to the state for the government officers and employees, the Indiana State Library and Historical Bureau not only serve the government officers but also all the people of Indiana. It features a great collection of all ancient facts about Indian an d educated the people about it's history. The most welcoming staff welcomes all of them who visit this place warmly and also assists the people with their queries.
650 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 +1 317 261 5447
The distinguished Medal of Honor Memorial is a monumental memorial situated in Indianapolis, Indiana in U.S.A. It ably honors the recipients of the prestigious Medal of Honor, which is rightfully the topmost award conferred by the United States Military for valor. It comprises of as many as 27 glass panel sets in concrete bases. It also constitutes Indiana limestone in reflexes of buff, gray and pink. The panels are organized in 15 walls and the site is aesthetically intact. The remarkable Memorial has also been honored with the 2001 Merit Award by the American Society of Landscape Architects.
500 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 +1 317 636 9378
Amidst the several entertainment venues within the city, the globe trotting and knowledge seeking tourist within the city will never want to miss this splendid museum. One of the few museums that gives information about the native American Indian and Western Art the museum is a for both locals and tourists. Worth more than just a single visit, the museum arranges several events and programs inculcating a communitarian feel within the city. Private parties like weddings and business conferences can also be held within its beautiful environs. For further information on current exhibitions, log on to their website.
735 W New York Street Indianapolis, IN 46202 +1 317 278 9400
Herron is a great place for art lovers to get a taste of up and coming trends in the art world. A couple of galleries here are open to the public, and they showcase nothing but fresh work by students, faculty and others. Additionally, if you time your visit right, you might find some bargains at periodic art sales. See website for enrollment info and more.
W New York Street & N West Street Indianapolis, IN 46202 +1 317 634 4567
Military Park is Indianapolis' oldest and most storied. In this city of epic monuments and patriotic celebrations, this has been the site of many of the above. Today, it sits on the bank of the Canal, and provides safe haven for students and working folk looking for a shady spot to while away a sunny afternoon.
650 West Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 + 1 317 232 1637
The Indiana State Museum is located along the canal in White River State Park. The museum has three floors of galleries that tell the story of the great state of Indiana. Visitors are inspired to learn more about the state (and its glittering capital city) by exploring its art, science and culture. Some galleries on the top floor are often devoted to sought-after traveling exhibitions as well. The building itself is a sight to behold, especially after noting that it is constructed exclusively of Hoosier materials: limestone, steel, brick, sandstone and glass. It is truly a work of art. On site are a two-story gift shop and some casual dining options.
1313 Madison Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46225 +1 317 327 7036
With an amazing recreation place for kids as well as adults the Bates Hendricks Park is a small land of greenery across the busy Madison Ave. With a great shelter, paved trail, outdoor artwork, beautiful flowerbed landscaping the park offers a great place to visit and is very popular for lunchtime users. The park is best used for picnics by the neighbors and is a great recreation spot.
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 ...
If you are a fan of auto racing, be sure
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
the community in a variety of ways over the years, including being home to an amusement park and hosting Olympic tryouts. Today the area is a park and recreational ...