Welcome to Indianapolis

Downtown Indianapolis continues to grow and thrive with art displays, the Cultural Trail, sports, festivals, unique restaurants and shops, ever-changing exhibits at the museums, hotels in every comfort and price range, our sprawling urban park and outdoor concert venue; all the things that make this capital city a great destination for visitors and locals alike.


Indy Fun Trolley Tours

A great way to see the city is a trolley tour.  The Indy Fun Trolley Tours will acquaint you with the popular sights and local favorites that Indianapolis has to offer during a fully narrated 75-minute tour aboard a brand new, authentic, air-conditioned trolley with will all the bells and whistles.  Tours are available Tuesday - Sunday at 10:00 am, 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm.  Pickup at Dick's Last Resort restaurant at 111 Maryland St.

Indiana Pacers Bikeshare

With 25 stations and 250 bikes, the Pacers Bikeshare bikes are a convenient and economical way to see the city, grab a snack or run a quick errand.  All bikeshare stations are located on the Indianapolis Cultural Trail.  At the end of each ride, check your bike back in at any station with an available dock.  Open 5:00 am - 12:00 pm 7 days a week.  Purchases your pass online or at a docking station.

White River State Park 

America’s only cultural urban state park, White River State Park offers a unique blend of green space and cultural attractions – including Indianapolis Zoo, White River Gardens, Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, NCAA Hall of Champions, the IMAX Theater, Indiana State Museum, Victory Field and a premier outdoor concert venue.

Circle Center

With over 125 shopping, dining and entertainment options, nowhere will you find more choices than at Circle Center. Conveniently located just steps from the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown. 

Canal Walk

The Canal Walk is part of the Indiana Central Canal, which was dug in the early 1800s in an effort to facilitate interstate commerce. Today, the refurbished Canal Walk serves the downtown community as a waterside promenade for walkers, runners, bikers and sightseers.  You can rent pedal boats as well.

Soldiers & Sailors Monument 

Designed by Bruno Schmitz and constructed between 1887 and 1902, this limestone monument is located on Monument Circle in the center of downtown and has come to symbolize the city of Indianapolis and the state of Indiana. 

Lucas Oil Stadium

Home of the Indianapolis Colts, this state of the art retractable roof multi-purpose venue features spectacular views of the downtown skyline, seats over 63,000 for football games and other events.