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Vacation rentals in Indianapolis
You’ll find some of the best vacation rentals in Indianapolis in the heart of downtown. The Wholesale District, the Market East District, and Mile Square are all central locations bustling with activity and attractions. From these neighborhoods, you won’t be far from key landmarks like Lucas Oil Stadium, the Indiana Convention Center, and the Gainbridge Fieldhouse. If you’re interested in venturing a little ways out of downtown, consider the neighborhoods of Fountain Square, Old Southside, or Fletcher Place.Chic and modern properties
In the downtown neighborhoods of the Wholesale District and Mile Square, you’ll find chic and modern rentals equipped with WiFi, television, air conditioning, and other amenities. Properties in this area offer a sleek and luxurious design.
However, if you’re looking for properties with more room, check out some of the rentals located outside of the downtown area. In these neighborhoods, you can enjoy spacious vacation rentals big enough for the whole family. While these spots are located a bit farther from the heart of the city, you will still find plenty of things to do. Enjoy Fletcher Place’s historic festivals or visit the quirky shops and eateries of Fountain Square
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The area and getting around
As the capital of Indiana, Indy is certainly one of the state’s premier destinations. It is centrally located in the middle of the state, and thanks to its impressive number of highways (Indiana is referred to as the “Crossroads of America''), it can be easily reached from all directions. This makes it a great spot for Midwest travelers as well as people coming from other parts of the country.A city teeming with culture and history
Indy offers an impressive amount of cultural activities. The city’s various art museums, like the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) and the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, offer impressive and diverse collections. At the IMA, for example, you can see works by Cézanne, Degas, Monet, and Van Gogh.
The Indiana History Museum is a great stop for visitors hoping to learn more about the city. Or head down the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, an eight-mile stretch of paths that will lead you through hip neighborhoods and beautiful gardens. You can even take a food tour to discover the city’s diverse culinary offering.
Travelers and activities
Indy is an amazing destination for families with children of all ages. The city boasts the largest children’s museum in the world, the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. Or you can take your young ones to check out the Indianapolis Zoo, Conner Prairie, or the Rhythm! Discovery Center.
Families looking to catch some fresh air should visit White River State Park, the only cultural urban state park in the United States. Here you can walk or bike around between the zoo, the Indiana State Museum, and other interesting attractions. The park’s event venue, the TCU Amphitheater, also hosts concerts and seasonal events.Indianapolis for sports lovers
Sports fans will go crazy over Indy’s wide offering of sporting events and activities. The NCAA Hall of Champions is a great visit for college sports fans, while those looking to attend a live event can head to Lucas Oil Stadium to catch a Colt’s game or, of course, watch a Nascar race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. If you’re in town over Memorial Day weekend, be sure to snatch up some tickets to the Indianapolis 500.
Indianapolis hosts the largest one-day sporting event in the world, the Indy 500!
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If you want to go a step further than watching a Nascar race, visit the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum. Here you will learn about the history of the sport, and you even have the chance to take a guided tour of the facility or around the track!2. Head down to the Market Street catacombs
Believe it or not, there is another world nestled under the streets of Indy. The Market Street catacombs are a thrilling attraction that give you the chance to explore the city’s underground tunnels. Built over 100 years ago to transport food throughout the city, the tunnels span some 20,000 feet. Guided tours are offered on select Saturdays, and it is a good idea to purchase tickets in advance.3. Visit the city’s largest public park
The biggest public park in Indianapolis, Eagle Creek Park, is a lovely place for a relaxing stroll. Spanning almost 4,000 acres, this park offers plenty of diverse activities, including hiking trails, a shooting range, and a treetop obstacle course.4. Check out century old homes
Architecture and history buffs will love the Lockerbie Square Historic District. Here you can find houses that were built between the 1850s and 1930s, offering you a glimpse into the Indianapolis of the past.5. Catch a baseball game at Victory Field
Finally, visit one of Indy’s premier sports venues: Victory Field. Seating almost 15,000 spectators, this stadium is considered to be one of the best places to see a minor league baseball game. If you’re in town between April and September, you can catch an Indianapolis Indians game.