Indianapolis Attractions

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Attractions in Indianapolis, Indiana

Children's Museum of Indianapolis - Create extraordinary learning experiences that have the power to transform the lives of children and families. With four levels of fun to explore- everyone is sure to learn something new and exciting!

Eagle Creek Park and Marina - One of the nation's largest city parks, Eagle Creek Park covers over 3,900 acres of land on the northwest side of town. As the park's trails beckon to hikers and birders, its 1,400-acre lake, a frequent host of U.S. Rowing's National Championship, and welcomes fishermen and sailors.

Eliteljorge Museum - The Eiteljorg Museum, which opened in 1989, was founded by Harrison Eiteljorg. The museum showcases Western and Native American art and cultural objects. The museum's design is also inspired by the land, people, and architecture of the American Southwest. We offer a large collection of incredible exhibits and collections stemming from American Indians and Western Art.

Fastimes Indoor Carting - Welcome to the racing capital of the world and your invitation to experience Indy’s thrill of real racing on our bi-level track with speeds up to 40 MPH. There is no other adrenaline rush like this. Race on the same track as some of the best drivers in the world.

Fort Harrison State Park and Golf Resort - Nestled on a scenic knoll within the serene 1700 acres of Historic Fort Harrison State Park, our campus overlooks the picturesque golf course designed by renowned golf architect Pete Dye, where golfers delight in this challenging, 18-hole championship course with its impressive natural terrain features and impeccable playing conditions.

Game Works - Game Works is your place to play! With an incredible selection of interactive games and attractions, plus great food and drinks, GameWorks is the perfect place for sharing fun times with friends and family.

Greatimes Family Fun Park - Greatimes is the ultimate Family Fun Park in Indianapolis! We offer a huge 5 Acre Complex that is focused on nothing but providing you, you’re family, or your group with a GREAT TIME! Greatimes is home to Indy’s Best Go-Karts, along with 2 Tiki Themed Miniature Golf Courses, an enormous Bumper Boat Pool loaded with Blaster Boats, 6 Batting Cages, and a 22,000 sq. ft. Indoor Arcade.

Indiana State Museum - The Indiana State Museum is the soul of Indiana, where science and culture meet for adventure and learning. Spend some time with us! You'll be so glad you did. Visitors come to celebrate, investigate, remember, learn and take pride in Indiana's story in the context of our broader world.

Indianapolis Museum of Art - The Indianapolis Museum of Art serves the creative interests of its communities by fostering exploration of art, design, and the natural environment. The Indianapolis Museum of Art has a collection of over 50,000 works of art.

Indianapolis Zoo - Since opening in 1964, the Indianapolis Zoo has grown into a world-class facility hosting a million visitors each year. The Indianapolis Zoo is located in White River State Park downtown and is the only attraction accredited as a zoo, an aquarium and a botanic garden.

President Benjamin Harrison Home - As a successful attorney, Benjamin Harrison purchased a double lot on the west side of North Delaware Street at auction in 1867. In 1874 be began construction of his 16 room Italianate style house, a carriage house, brick drive and landscaping. If you love historic homes you do not want to pass this beautiful historic experience by.

Rascals Fun Zone - Welcome to Rascal's Fun Zone in Whiteland. Rascal's Fun Zone is two parks in one, an indoor park is open year round with the outdoor park open spring through fall. Rascal's Fun Zone is the largest facility of its kind in the state of Indiana.

Skateland - A great place for good old fashioned Roller Skating. Bring the whole family for themed skate nights with music and other events throughout the week.

State Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument - At the very center of Indianapolis is the "State Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument" designed by Bruno Schmitz, Germany's foremost architect of national monuments.

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway - Racing was born here. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the world's largest spectator sporting facility. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the world's largest spectator sporting facility. It plays host annually to three events in three major racing series: Indianapolis 500 Mile Race, Brickyard 400, and Red Bull Indianapolis GP.

Traderspoint Creamery - This family-owned dairy is a stimulating place to bring all members of the family. Tours are offered every day, rain or shine, and provide a chance to learn about milking and production. We milk it. We make it. We serve it.

Post Road Recreation Center - Twenty-five games including Air Hockey, Driving Games, Shooting Games, Coin Pushers, Pump It Up dance, Twin Nascar, Ticket Games, Batting cages, Go carts, Lots of Fun!

White River State Park - At White River State Park, you'll find trails, grassy areas and waterways just like you'd see at any other state park. However, that's where the similarities end. White River State Park has cultural, educational and recreational attractions to offer something interesting to each visitor.

X-Site - X-Site is a futuristic-looking facility with a state-of-the-art interactive laser tag game. X-Site features the new Nexus Generation equipment which represents the first and only generational leap forward in laser tag equipment since the 1990’s!