Updated: Jun 12
Located in the heart of the Hoosier state, Indianapolis, Indiana is full of life and color that always keeps you on your toes. The latest activities come to town or old buildings are refurbished to create a brand-new experience for both residents and visitors to enjoy.
The Bottleworks District is packed with things to do like bowling, movies, and a variety of shopping and restaurants. Its most famous landmark, the Bottleworks Hotel, used to be the world's largest Coca-Cola bottling company, but now it houses an Art Deco-style hotel.
What originally opened as a motorcar factory, The Stutz has recently re-opened as a “live-work-play atmosphere” with places to shop, eat, exercise, work, and host events. To honor the history, The Stutz Car Museum displays vintage cars. Kayak, canoe, or paddleboard along the rivers through rentals from Frank’s Livery. With a variety of excursions to choose from, you’ll be able to experience nature and fresh air in the Circle City.
Visit one of the city’s oldest restaurants, the Rathskeller, to engage in German culture with traditional Sauerbraten and Schnitzel. Enjoy live music and beer year-round in the Athenaeum and Biergarten.
Unleash your inner-art connoisseur at the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields – one of the nation’s oldest and largest general art museums – and be inspired by the vast collection of over 50,000 works of art. Explore the 152 acres of grounds that houses gardens, greenhouses, and the historic Oldfields estate. The bustling city of Indianapolis believes in the power of revamping and the importance of individuality to create a home for everyone.