As the 12th largest city in the nation, Indianapolis welcomes more than 20 million people from around the world annually, making Indianapolis a top 25 most visited destination. Indianapolis is largely known as a sports mecca, playing host to Super Bowl XL VI, Final Fours, over 400 championships and the world’s largest single day sporting event, the Indianapolis 500.
Often coined as one of the most walkable downtown’s in the nation, Indianapolis is compact and convenient, with over 4700 hotel rooms connected via climate controlled sky walks.
As racing capital of the world, a trip to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and its summer of motorsports racing is an Indianapolis must. 300,000 people from around the world descend on Indianapolis for the world’s largest single-day sporting event, the Indianapolis 500.
Run, bike or walk on Indianapolis’ newest large scale project, the Cultural Trail. This $63 million, 8-mile urban bike trail is flanked with incredible public art and a path to some of the city’s greatest amenities.
As home of the first ever Union Station, a stay at the Historic Crowne Plaza in one of its original Pullman train cars – on the original tracks – is a unique accommodation experience.
Enjoy a plethora of dairy products from Indy’s urban dairy farm, Trader’s Point Creamery, which provides yogurt on the shelves of Whole Foods nationwide. Tour the farm, creamery and milking process.
Sip on a Sun King Beer. Taking home more gold medals in the Great American Beer Festival than any other state in the nation, Indianapolis boasts a robust brewery scene. Enjoy a beer taste testing tour in one of over 7 urban breweries.
With more Pete Dye designed golf courses than any other state in the nation, sink a hole-in-one at Brickyard Crossing Golf Resort. Beyond the immaculate greens, novice to distinguished golfers will enjoy the four holes that are located inside the famed oval of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.