Indy Go Guide



Travel Information 

Visit Indianapolis

Enjoy Indiana - State Tourism Site

Indiana DNR & Parks

Indiana Outdoor Recreation
Historic Southern Indiana

Arts and Museums 

Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art.

Indiana Historical Society. Exhibits, films, performances, research library, gift and bookshop. 


Indiana State Museum. Exhibits on the natural, cultural and ethnographic history of Indiana.


Newfields. Formerly the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Expansives grounds and gardens. Nice art too!

Indianapolis Repertory Theater

Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra 

Indianapolis Civic Theatre

Indianapolis Arts Council. Clearinghouse of visual and performing arts.
Indianapolis Art Center.
Exhibits, art classes, art camps for children.


Ball State University
Butler University

Herron School of Art 
Indiana University


Purdue University

University of Indianapolis

Children's Activities 

The Childrens Museum.  Largest Children's Museum in the World. Kid approved and fun for all ages. 
Conner Prairie a living museum of life on the prairie in 1830.
The Indianapolis Zoo. Located downtown by White River State Park.




Racing Info & News
Indiana Pacers
Indianapolis Colts
Golf Courses


Landmarks and Attractions 

Broad Ripple -- Greenwich Village meets Indianapolis -- twenty minutes north of downtown. A charming and hip neighborhood of eclectic boutiques, art galleries, sidewalk cafes, nightclubs, antique shops, ethnic restaurants, pubs, and unique older homes. 

Central Canal- A picturesque 10 block area between St. Clair and Washington Streets downtown, extending into the White River State Park. An oasis of fountains, old-fashioned streetlights, walkways, a pedestrian bridge, jogging paths, and murals. 

The U.S.S. Indianapolis Memorial, the World War II flagship sunk by the Japanese two weeks before the war ended, is located here. 

Hook's Historic Drug Store and Pharmacy Museum - This historic building is one of the largest and most authentic examples of a 19th-century drug store. Located at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. Antique soda fountain, and other drug store memorabilia. 

President Benjamin Harrison Home - National Historic Landmark was home of America's 23rd president. A 16-room Italianate mansion, built in 1875, restored with original Victorian furnishings and political mementos. The home is located in the Old Northside neighborhood, a 190-acre area featuring Victorian architecture. 



rev. 9/14/2018