Indianapolis Your Guide To Charter Bus Rental
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A Checklist of “Can’t Miss” Attractions in Indianapolis
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Museum
It’s home to more than just the Indy 500—there are motor car races throughout the year. There’s also the museum, with historical relics from more than 100 years of world-class auto racing.
The Indianapolis Zoo
Considered one of the top five zoos in the nation, the Indianapolis zoo combines a botanical garden and an aquarium with a diverse range of biomes, including forests, oceans, plains and deserts. Enjoy the dolphin pavilion or the highly entertaining orangutan center.
The Indianapolis Museum of Art
Located on 152 acres at Newfields, the IMA houses more than 50,000 works in its permanent collection, including Asian ceramics and bronzes, works by Paul Gauguin and an extensive collection of contemporary paintings and other art
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis
With Atlanta’s location in the deep South, it’s warm enough that you’ll find something blooming virtually any time of the year. Check out the largest collections of roses and hydrangeas in the Southeast United States.
The Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site and Harrison Center
Our nation’s 23rd president kicked off his successful “Front Porch” campaign from his home here in 1888. The Harrison Center offers a diverse array of art studios and galleries, promoting the city’s rich culture.
The Eiteljorg Museum
See one of the most impressive collections of American native and western art in the world, including castings by Frederic Remington, and paintings from revered western artist Georgia O’Keeffe.
The Indiana State Museum
Founded in 1869 from a collection first assembled in 1862, the ISM offers exhibits on ice age paleontology, Indiana agriculture, and quilts and textiles, as well as Abraham Lincoln, who spent much of his childhood here.
Step back into the 19th century to the home of William Conner, a late 18th and early 19th century entrepreneur who played a key role in the creation of the state of Indiana. His home is now a “living museum,” open to the public.
Take a Charter Bus on Any Trip to Indianapolis
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Come to Indy to Enjoy These Great Annual Events
The Indianapolis 500
Known simply as “the greatest spectacle in racing,” the Indy 500 is run on the last Sunday in May. The more than 300,000 fans who come to the Speedway make it the largest one-day sports event in the world.
The 500 Festival
The motor car race is just the culmination of a whole host of events that take up most of the month of May. There’s a gala ball, a mini marathon, a huge parade and even a day where you can visit the track and take a spin.
The Indian Market and Festival
A tribute to rich tribal history and legacy across the state, this Native American festival annually features over 150 artists, as well as music, food, traditional dance and other aspects of Native American culture
The Italian Street Festival
Come to the Holy Rosary Catholic Church, in the heart of the city’s Italian community, for freshly made pasta, Italian specialty meats, cannoli and other delicacies. There’s also live music and dancing for this event, held in June.
Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration
For more than half a century, the African American community in Indianapolis has sponsored this opportunity for education, empowerment and networking for black business owners and entrepreneurs.
The Circle City Classic
One of the signature events of the Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration, this annual pigskin classic features teams from historically black colleges. There’s also a parade, a pageant and a concert every year.
The Broad Ripple Fair
More than 200 artists come from around the country and the world every May for this juried art fair, held at the Indianapolis Art Center. There’s also a huge and diverse food court, as well as live entertainment.
The Indiana State Fair
This is one of the oldest and largest state fairs in the nation, first held in 1852. You’ll find livestock and agriculture exhibits, but there’s also a large midway, a dizzying array of food booths, and plenty of live entertainment.
Visit the Neighborhoods of Indianapolis in Style and Comfort
It won’t surprise you that Speedway (home to the IMS) is its own independent community, with plenty to do whether or not there’s a race happening. Some of the city’s hippest restaurants, breweries and shops are here.
The rich historical legacy of Indianapolis is centered here, with the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Sit, the Harrison Center and the Morris-Butler House Museum all offering plenty for history buffs.
From five-star restaurants to mom-and-pop watering holes, this neighborhood boasts street after street of classic Victorian homes, as well as one of the city’s most popular flea markets.
Fountain Square and Fletcher Place
With globally diverse restaurants, craft breweries and distilleries, cozy live music venues and funky shops, these two neighborhoods, nestled side by side on the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, are a popular destination.