Address: 801 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204, United States.
This is a beautiful public park in Indianapolis. It was established in 1979 and spreads around well maintained 250 acres of lush greenery. The top things to explore here are Indianapolis zoo, Eiteljorg Museum, IMAX� Theater, NCAA� Hall of Champions Museum, Indiana State Museum, White River gardens etc.
Address: 1200 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46222, United States.
This is the largest zoo in Indianapolis which houses morethan 300 species of animals and 47,000 plants specimens. It spreads around 64acres and attracts visitors with dolphin shows, orangutans, giraffes, lemur and tigers, morethan 20 species of snakes, rare species of birds etc. It has a beautiful garden with colourful flowers and tall grasses.
Address: 4000 N Michigan Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46208, United States.
If you want to learn more about the culture of Indianapolis, or want to explore the history of arts, do a visit to this museum located at Indianapolis. This museum spreads around 152acres with beautiful gardens. You can find morethan 50000 artifacts which represents Asian, African and Oceanic Art.
Address: 3000 N Meridian St, Indianapolis, IN 46208, United States.
Definitely this would be the most interesting spot for your kids. The children will get fun-filled and informative interactive programs from here related to arts, world cultures, sciences etc. It was founded in 1925 and this is the largest Children�s museum in the World. It attracts kids with morethan 120,000 artifacts related to various subjects.
Address: 1 Monument Cir, Indianapolis, IN 46204, United States.
This neo-classical monument was opened in 1902 and is designed by Designed by Bruno Schmitz. This monument attracts visitors with wonderful limestone sculptures by Rudolf Schwartz, George Brewster, and Nicolaus Geiger. This is the iconic symbol of Indianapolis. This is constructed as a tribute to Indiana Soldiers.
Address: 500 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204, United States.
This museum was opened in 1989 which depicts the art works of American Indians and Western Art. This museum houses the paintings and sculptures from the collections of a renowned business man called Harrison Eiteljorg. The highest attractions of this museum are the collections of contemporary art works.
Address: 13400 Allisonville Rd, Fishers, IN 46038, United States.
This is a historic museum in Indianapolis. From here you can understand the way of living of 19th century people in White River. It was opened in 1823, one of the oldest living history museums in Indianapolis. Historical eras are depicted in different sections in this museum.
Address: 7840 W 56th St, Indianapolis, IN 46254, United States.
This is the largest municipal parks in US and the largest park in Indianapolis. It spreads around 3900 acres of land and it attracts visitors with migration game, raptor feeding, eagle creek park hay rides, amphitheater, Marsh & Bird sanctuary, Sailing Day Camp, Ornithology Center, Swim Beach, state nature reserves and endless fun things to explore from here.
Address: 6363 Spring Mill Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46260, United States.
If you want to relax by enjoying the natural beauty, take a visit to Holliday Park in Indianapolis. It spreads around 94 acres of lush greenery. It attracts visitors with arboretum, playground, walking tracks, trials, nature center etc. This is a popular family picnic spot in Indianapolis.
Address: 6000 N Post Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46216, United States.
This State park was established in 1996, located at Lawrence, Indianapolis. It attracts visitors with recreation buildings, picnicking, hiking trials, hay rides, nature center, bicycle rides, Ice fishing, dog park etc.