Sightseeing in Indianapolis


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  • Indiana Historical Society
    The Indiana Historical Society takes care to ensure that the people of Indiana remain connected to their important historical past. As the state’s foremost research library, IHS is a non-profit organization supported by the state and generous donations from local individuals and businesses. Since 1830, the Indiana Historical Society has proudly held the responsibility of preserving the state’s significant historical relics, publications and artifacts. They are one of the oldest historical societies in the U.S. As part of their ongoing commitment to Indiana residents, they support local museums as well. Each year, the IHS sponsors workshops, produces art exhibits and publishes various periodicals in an effort to keep the history of Indiana alive and relevant to each generation. They are located at 450 W. Ohio Street.
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    450 W. Ohio St.
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Schahet Hotels
    A short walk from Lucas Oil Stadium, Conseco Fieldhouse, the Indianapolis Convention Center, and several world-class restaurants, the Hampton Inn Downtown is a welcoming home base for both businessy and pleasurable excursions. The Hampton Inn?s classily comfy guest rooms have 32-inch LCD televisions, complimentary high-speed WiFi, and plush new beds with feather and foam pillows. In the morning, tickle your taste buds with the free continental breakfast, a spread of more than 45 delectable delights. And, if hotel guests need to relieve the stress of a rough flight or to clear their minds before the tic-tac-toe national championships, they can head to the 24-hour fitness facility and work out on the elliptical machines and stationary bikes.
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    105 South Meridian Street
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Childrens Museum
    The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is committed to offering amazing educational opportunities to adults and children in their 472,900 square-foot facility. As the biggest children’s museum in the world, they offer hundreds of incredible exhibits to visitors. Come and explore the world of history, nature, the arts and more! One of their most popular exhibits is called, “Dinosphere: Now You're in Their World” and it features lifelike replicas of dinosaurs in realistic settings that include sensational lighting and sound to immerse spectators in the world of dinosaurs 65 million years ago. The Museum is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to reach the children of the world in an entertaining and fun venue that leaves an indelible impression on young minds. They house at least 120,000 relics, specimens and artifacts such as the Minnie Mouse Mask and the Lego Phone. They are located at 3000 N. Meridian Street in Indianapolis, Indiana and welcome groups of all sizes.
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    3000 N Meridian St
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Indianapolis Zoo
    Located in the heart of downtown, the Indianapolis Zoo allows visitors to immerse themselves in the natural habitat of a myriad of wildlife. The Ocean exhibit features the country’s largest smooth dogfish shark touch pool and a 17-foot underwater dome for viewing dolphins. Nearby, the Desert exhibit raises the temperature to appease the meerkats, iguanas, cacti and poisonous snakes that inhabit the space. The Plains exhibit allows kids and adults alike to check out the lions through thick-gauge glass, explore a pavilion overlooking white rhinos as they play in the mud, watch staff feed giraffes or feed them yourself and test your legs against a simulation of the zoo’s own cheetahs. Elsewhere, guests can gawk at tigers and fawn over brown bears, then ride the zoo’s mini-train for a faraway look at animals and behind the scenes pavilions, before taking in the sprawling, butterfly-filled indoor garden.
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    1200 West Washington Street
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Benjamin Harrison Presidential Home
    Take a tour of America’s 23rd President’s home and learn history first-hand. The Benjamin Harrison Presidential Home offers regular 75-minute tours that give insight into the life of the former president. A perfect activity for organizations and history buffs, the home is open Monday- Saturday for hourly tours. Attend the home during one of their events and participate in themed activities that enrich the educational experience. For special event, you can even rent the rooms and grounds around the home. Whether you enjoy classic American architecture or American history, at the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Home, you are sure to find something you love.
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    1230 N Delaware St
    Indianapolis, IN US
  • Taste Indy Food Tours
    Taste Indy Food Tours' guides unpack the culinary secrets of Indianapolis's neighborhoods, leading tastings through up to five restaurants on every trip, each chosen for a local specialty or a cuisine. But food is only the beginning. While walking Massachusetts Avenue or Fountain Square, guests will also learn about architecture, history, and culture between bites.
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    310 Massachusetts Avenue
    Indianapolis, IN US

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