Located just minutes from downtown, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis features five floors of fun and interactive learning that have the power to transform the lives of children and families across the arts, world cultures, sciences, and humanities. For more information about the popular tourist attraction and museum voted number one in the nation by multiple outlets.

Located along the scenic riverbanks in White River State Park, the Zoo is conveniently located near beautiful downtown Indianapolis with easy access to walking and biking trails into the city. The Zoo is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the American Alliance of Museums.

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway also is known as “The Greatest Race Course in the World.” Nestled in Speedway, Indiana, just minutes from downtown Indianapolis, IMS is most known globally for hosting the largest single-day sporting event in the world, the Indianapolis 500, every Memorial Day weekend. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway also hosts the Verizon IndyCar Series, NASCAR, LPGA and many other forms of racing and events throughout the year.

Eagle Creek Park consists of 3,900 acres of woods, meadows and ponds, and 1,300 acres of reservoir — a great resource for both wildlife and recreation.

White River State Park boasts world-class attractions and destinations that offer distinctive experiences for every visitor. Greenspaces, trails, trees, and waterways co-mingle alongside cultural, educational, and recreational attractions across 250 beautiful acres in downtown Indianapolis.

White River State Park is a great place to hold events, too! The greenspaces, hardscapes, and facility rentals are perfect locations for weddings, parties, charity events, corporate get-togethers and more

Located at the north end of the Canal Walk between Senate Avenue and Walnut Street, the gray and black granite memorial is an outdoor site open to the public. It is created in the shape of the cruiser itself, with the story of the ship’s sinking etched on one side and, on the other, the names of the ship’s company and one passenger who made up her final crew.

In the upper right-hand corner of Indiana, sitting on the shores of Lake Shafer is a town called Indiana Beach. It sits only a short drive from the city of Monticello and offers access to the tiny waterway in an otherwise land-locked state. While visitors would expect things such as a lake and a marina, what they wouldn’t expect to see here is an entire amusement park. Even more, they wouldn’t expect to see an entire amusement park, water park, and a resort – all of which take up the tiny piece of land that curves into Lake Shafer.