Discover Indianapolis

Discover everything Indianapolis has to offer, including thriving cultural institutions, walkable neighborhoods, flourishing culinary and brewing scene, and so much more.

Cultural Districts

Downtown Indy has six thriving Cultural Districts, each offering a distinct mix of shopping, dining and entertainment. From Mass Ave( to Fountain Square(, the internationally-acclaimed Cultural Trail( connects visitors with these unique neighborhoods. Hop on one of the 250 bikes from the Pacers Bikeshare to explore the city, and dock the bike at one of the 26 stations once you are done.


Indianapolis offers over 300 diverse dining and nightlife( options for all palates and price points. With its rich soil and surrounding agriculture, Indy has been supporting farm-to-table restaurants for decades, with local farmers providing the freshest in produce and protein to menus. International fare, world-famous steakhouses, and sports bars with plenty of televisions for viewing the big game are also just around the corner.


When the work day is over, Indianapolis comes alive with hundreds of places for good times, good drinks, and good conversation. From happy hour hotspots to late night live music venues(, you will find yourself in an activated downtown with endless entertainment and networking options conveniently close by.


Indianapolis museums have garnered international recognition for creativity and excellence. With numerous quality and unique institutions throughout the city, such as the Indianapolis Museum of Art( or the Children's Museum of Indianapolis(, there is bound to be one that appeals to every interest and age.


Being Active

As one of the country’s most walkable cities, Indianapolis already promotes active, healthy travel. But numerous parks(, paths and recreational amenities make Indy conducive to hosting energetic visitors of all ages and ability.


Monuments and Memorials

Indianapolis is home to more memorials honoring our nation’s veterans( than any other city in the United States, second only to Washington, D.C. Acres upon acres are dedicated to honoring and remembering past heroes.