- The Palladium | Center for the Performing Arts
- Conner Prairie Interactive History Park
- Grand Park
- Indianapolis Motor Speedway
- Indianapolis Zoo
- Lucas Oil Stadium
- White River State Park
- Indianapolis Museum of Art
- The Children's Museum of Indianapolis
- Clay Terrace Outdoor Shopping Mall
- The Fashion Mall at Keystone Crossing
How To Get Here
Things to do in Indianapolis
Located on the north side of the city, our hotel is only a short drive away from major Indianapolis attractions such as the annual Indy 500 and Brickyard as well as family friendly activities such as the Indianapolis Children's Museum and Indianapolis Zoo. Come discover Indianapolis with us.
The Fashion Mall at Keystone Crossing
The Fashion Mall at Keystone is connected to our hotel and boasts an impressive amount of high-end shopping for all your retail therapy needs. Plus, with our renovated, spacious guestrooms, you'll have plenty of space for all your new purchases.
Connected to our hotel via skywalk.
Indianapolis Museum of Art
Home to the famous love statue, the IMA is one of the nation's largest and oldest general art museums. With a huge collection of art spanning multiple cultures and eras, the Indianapolis Museum of Art has something to capture everyone's interest. Don't feel like being inside, enjoy the outdoor sculpture gardens.
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis
Enjoy a fun filled day exploring with family at the world's largest children museum. Discover dinosaur fossils or put on a play - there are lots of things to do at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
One of the most popular things to do when visiting Indianapolis, visit the internationally famous motor speedway, home to the famous Indianapolis 500. Make sure to join us in celebration as next year marks the 100th anniversary of the Indy 500.
White River State Park
Located in the heart of downtown, relax and unwind without leaving the city. Enjoy the park's green space a perfect place to have a picnic, throw a frisbee, or rent a bike to ride alongside the Historic Central Canal. In addition to outdoor recreation, make sure to visit the Indiana State Museum or catch a concert at the Lawn. No matter your interests, White River State Park has something for everyone.
Visit the Indianapolis Zoo and enjoy exploring eco systems and habitats from all around the world. Also spend time in the aquarium and take time to walk through the botanical gardens.
Lucas Oil Stadium
Connected to the Indianapolis Convention Center, this multi-purpose stadium, is home to Indianapolis’s major football team as well as host to many of the competitions, concerts, and other popular shows and entertainment that come through the city. Make sure to add catching a game, show, concert, or tour at the Lucas Oil Stadium to your list of things to do in Indianapolis.
With over 20 world-class outdoor fields, 370,000 sq. feet in indoor facilities, warm up and meeting spaces the Grand Park is the largest sports facility of its kind. The park hosts a wide range of events from soccer, baseball, softball, football, and lacrosse to rugby and field hockey. Come spend a day at the field for what is sure to be an enjoyable time at this impressive venue.
All images used with the permission of Visit Indy.