19 Best Things To Do In Indianapolis This Weekend

Indianapolis is the state capital of Indiana and plays host to the world-renowned Indy 500 motor race each May. Aside from big events and speeding race cars, Indy (as it’s otherwise known) is blessed with plenty of green space, glistening waterways and remarkable memorials, making for a charmingly picturesque city. The city offers the truly an amazing Indianapolis Museum of Art. If you’re traveling with kids in tow, you’ll definitely want to spend a few hours at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. The zoo, which is inside the verdurous White River State Park, is an extra good pick for families, as is a stroll along the Central Canal.

Indianapolis is an amazing vacation spot and if you are figuring out what to do on weekends then pack your bags and enjoy these ultimate things to do in Indianapolis:


 Indianapolis Artsgarden

 Indianapolis Artsgarden

  • The Indianapolis Artsgarden is a mirror or can say that it is a crystal dome providing the intersection of Washington and Illinois streets in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana.
  • This beautiful mirror structure attached to Circle Centre Mall hosts more than 250 free activities, including dance performances, visual art exhibits, storytelling, musical performances, films, lectures, readings, fairs, and festivals.
  • The Artsgarden is home to the Cultural Concierge, a centralized source for ticket information, free maps, visitor guides, and directions for Indianapolis arts events.
  • The structure comprises of seven-story tall glass and steel icon over the crossing over the Washington and Illinois Streets. The Indianapolis Artsgarden also serves as a visitor’s center that provides resources for arts and cultural activities throughout the city.
  • Don’t miss a chance to stroll through. Even if there is no performance, it’s a peaceful spot to rest during a busy day exploring the city.

 Indianapolis Art Center

Indianapolis Art Center

  •  The Indianapolis Art Center is a beautiful and marvellous art centre situated in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The Center, was established in 1934 by the Works Project Administration during the Great Depression as the Indianapolis Art League, is located along the White River.
  • You may count it as a home to many local artists, this center houses over 50 art exhibitions in six art galleries, 813 state-of-the-art studios, exhibition spaces, a 224-seat auditorium, a gift shop, a library, sculpture gardens, a riverfront deck and stage. The center sits stretches 9.5 acres along the banks of the White River.
  • The building itself is a work of art, designed by world-renowned architect Michael Graves. The Indianapolis Art Center opens 7 days a week and entrance is entirely free.

Walk, Bike or Run the Cultural Trail- Outdoor Fun

  • The 8-mile $63 million Cultural Trail in downtown Indianapolis connecting the city’s Cultural Districts which you cannot miss.
  •  It’s an amazing way to explore the city. As a bonus, it’s flanked with $26 million in public art.
  • It just takes a stroll along the 3-mile Canal Walk in downtown Indy. Is also an amazing way to get outdoors, breathe in the fresh air, and it’s also one of the many free things to do in Indianapolis.

Central Canal

Central Canal

  •  This canal flows by the name of Indy Canal Walk was born in the 1840s when the Indiana state government was trying to bring more economy and statistics to the city. But as soon as, the state found itself bankrupt and the plans for a 296-mile waterway home shelved.
  • Whatever mode of transport you choose, you’ll enjoy a spectacular view of the Indianapolis skyline, not to mention a 17-foot waterfall, some of the city’s best contemporary architecture, and memorials to the U.S.S. Indianapolis and Congressional Medal of Honor recipients.
  • At the time it was built in the 1830s, rivers and canals were the preferred modes of long-distance transportation. Now the Central Canal is a 3-mile loop that goes by the Indiana State Museum, Victory Field, the Indianapolis Zoo and the 250-acre White River State Park, among other popular attractions.
  • Keep your eye out for colorful murals on the canal underpasses, too. The Indianapolis Canal Walk is a beautiful, 3-mile pedestrian loop that follows the general path of what once used to be the old Indiana Central Canal. You can take a walk alongside the canal or plan a segway tour, but you can also hire a gondolier or rent a pedal boat or kayak.
  • Admission Charges: Entrance to the canal is free, but you’ll have to pay to rent any equipment. Wheel Fun Rentals, which is stationed in White River State Park, offers hourly kayaking rentals for $15 if you are willing for double kayak a double kayak costs you $20 per hour rather pedal boats can be rented for $30 per hour. They also offer bikes for rent. If you want to up the romance, consider renting a gondola ride from Old World Gondoliers, which start at $25 per person for public rides or $


1.The Fashion Mall, Keystone at the Crossing:

  • The Fashion Mall at Keystone is popularly known as The Fashion Mall, is a sophisticated shopping center in the northeast section of the city of Indianapolis, Indiana.
  • Situated in one of the city’s most prestigious localities, this mall is a beloved home to Crate & Barrel, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, and many more high-end retailers.

2. Circle Centre:

Circle Centre Mall is an unusual indoor shopping mall situated in downtown Indianapolis. Getting connected by skywalks to several downtown hotels and the Indiana Convention Center, Circle Centre offers more 100 than stores for shopping and is hosted by Carson Pirie Scott. 

3. Castleton Square Mall:

  •  As the largest mall in the state, Castleton boasting major department stores including Macy’s, JCPenney, H&M, Von Maur and Dick’s Sporting Goods, Castleton Square Mall also has a  small food court, play area, AMC theatre and over 130 speciality stores for you
  • Castleton Square is a well known and most visited shopping centre in the Castleton neighborhood on the northeastern side of Indianapolis, Indiana, United States.

4. Mass Ave:

  • Highly famed for the eclectic and independent boutiques, this unusual cultural district also includes the nation’s oldest shoe store, Stout’s, and local favorites such as Silver in the City and Homespun.
  • Massachusetts Avenue is one of six signified cultural districts in Indianapolis, Indiana and situated just a few blocks northeast of Monument Circle

5. Fountain Square:

  • Gained popularity due to its retro charm, this cultural district southeast of downtown is full of antique shops, music stores, and art galleries. Fountain Square is a quirky neighborhood with several galleries, a vintage duckpin bowling alley and laid-back eateries that serve everything from contemporary Mexican to the classic smokehouse.
  • Offbeat nightlife includes indie music, comedy and burlesque clubs, craft cocktail bars and retro dance nights at the Fountain Square Theatre. Local shops sell vinyl, comics, and small-batch chocolate.

6. Broad Ripple:

  •  Famous and captured attention for its hot nightlife scene, Broad Ripple also has a lineup of locally owned shops that make it a must for astute shoppers. Broad Ripple has a free-spirited vibe, with global eateries and laid-back cafes, lively brewpubs, and happening clubs.
  • Rising and big-name acts play at storied music venue The Vogue, and indie shops sell records, handicrafts, and vintage clothing. Broad Ripple Park has views of the White River, while the Monon Rail Trail, popular with joggers and cyclists, cuts through the area, linking to the Central Canal Towpath

7. Carmel Art & Design District And The Shop:

  •  Located north of Indy, Carmel is home to some of the areas best interior designers, art galleries, showrooms, and boutique clothiers.
  • Just have fun and rock your Indy charm with locally designed and hand-printed Indy gear.

8. Clay Terrace:

 Situated on the northside of Indy in Carmel, this over the top (OTT) shopping destination lets shoppers stroll outside while hopping between local expensive boutiques and national retailers. Elegant outdoor shopping center with 80+ stores & restaurants, plus a dog park & kids’ play area.

9. Zionsville:

Outside the Indianapolis metro location, this gorgeous little town offers a variety of local boutiques and restaurants and a setting straight out of a Norman Rockwell painting. Shopping in Zionsville, Indy is a  chic activity to enjoy with your family or girlfriends.


Indianapolis Museum of Art

Indianapolis Museum of Art

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  1. This Museum of Art is an encyclopedic art museum located at Newfields, a 152-acre campus that also houses Lilly House, The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park: 100 Acres, The Gardens at Newfields, the Beer Garden, and more.
  2. well, it is also considered the 10 largest art museums in the U.S.It not only offer Neoimpressionist paintings (like Georges Seurat) or contemporary art and Chinese ceramics, but you will wonder it boasts one of the largest contemporary art parks in the U.S. The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park, 100 Acres.
  3. Also, do you know the Indianapolis Museum of Art has a permanent collection of over 54,000 works that represent cultures from around the world and span over 5,000 years?
  4. The acclaimed outdoor space features a 35-acre lake and art installations set amidst woodlands and wetlands. also for kids: they are welcome to play on the interactive installations. On your outdoor tour do not forget to visit the Oldfields-Lilly House & Gardens, a 26-acre estate on the grounds of the IMA that is a National Historic Landmark.
  • Famous For: Museums
  • Time To Spend: 2 hours to Half Day
  • Admission Charges: Admission for adults costs $18; youths between the ages of 6 and 17 can enter for $10 while children 5 and younger get in for free. The entry includes access to the galleries and gardens, but if you think the ticket prices are too steep for you, certain areas of the IMA campus are free, including the Virginia B. Fairbanks Art and Nature Park-100 Acres, the Bret Waller gallery situated on the first floor, the IMA Café, museum store, and the LOVE and Five Brushstrokes sculptures.
  • Visiting Hours: The museum is open Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; on Thursday it stays open until 9 p.m. IMA is open from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday. You will also find the museum about 5 miles north of downtown Indianapolis. Parking is free. 

 Indiana War Memorial

Indiana War Memorial

  1. This is considered to be an Indiana landmark, the Indiana War Memorial comprises two museums, three parks and 24 acres of monuments, statues, sculptures and fountains. So, if you’re a fan of the National Mall in Washington, D.C., you’ll likely enjoy spending a few hours here. Indianapolis is second only to D.C. in acreage and number of monuments dedicated to veterans.
  2. The Indiana War Memorial Plaza Historic District comprises of 30,000 square foot museum complete with military armaments and artifacts, three lavish parks, four fountains, and 25 acres of chronicles, statues, and sculptures in the heart of downtown Indianapolis. No other state has a city with so many monuments simply dedicated to veterans than Indiana’s capital, and no city in the country maintains more acreage honoring veterans than Indianapolis.
  3. The Indiana War Memorial is home to the American Legion National Headquarters, which is the largest veterans’ organization in the world. The IWM Commission operates these facilities in pursuit of its primary mission: to commemorate the valor and sacrifice of the United States Armed Forces and to honor Hoosier veterans and Indiana’s role in the nation’s conflicts. The two museums within the historic plaza, you’ll need to spend the majority of your time in the Indiana War Memorial Museum, specifically the Shrine Room.
  4. The building is home to a free military museum that displays the history of Indiana’s veterans, from the Battle of Tippecanoe to the present days. With the artifacts and veterans on display are the USS Indianapolis gallery, military firearms and  regular, and an AH-1 Cobra Attack Helicopter.
  • Famous For: Monuments and Memorials, Museums
  • Time To Spend:1 to 2 hours
  • Admission Charges: Free
  • Visiting Hours: The Indiana War Memorial is open Wednesday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The War Memorial and the museums are closed on Monday and Tuesday and national and state holidays, except for Memorial Day and Veterans Day. There is no admission charge for either museum. 

Eiteljorg Museum

Eiteljorg Museum

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  1. If you’re interested in acquiring more knowledge about the art, memoir, and cultures of the American West and Native Americans, then a stop at the Eiteljorg Museum is a must.
  2.  The Eiteljorg Museum is the exceptional museum of its kind stationed in the Midwest, and one of only two museums east of the Mississippi that explore both Native America and the American West.
  3. Its permanent collection includes works from Andy Warhol, N.C. Wyeth, T.C. Cannon and Frederic Remington, among many others. You can get to the real star museum’s collection of contemporary Native art, which has been counted to be the world’s best.
  4. There are special exhibitions, which have covered subjects like Jewish life in the West and the works of seminal artists like Ansel Adams and Georgia O’Keeffe. Additionally, each year the museum hosts a the variation of Western and Native artists in residence.
  • Famous For: Museums
  • Time To Spend: 1 to 2 hours 
  • Admission Charges: Free
  • Visiting Hours: The museum is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. Admission for adults costs $12; youths between the ages of 5 and 17 get in for $6, while children 4 and younger can enter for free. This amazing museum is situated in White River State Park, about a mile southwest of downtown Indy.


The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis

The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

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  1. The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is the world’s largest children’s museum. This Children’s Museum is situated at 3000 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, United States, in the United Northwest Area neighborhood of the city.
  2. The museum is accomplished by the American Alliance of Museums. If you’re in Indianapolis with kids and family, a visit to this museum is a must. Flaunting 472,900 square feet and daunting 11 major galleries, exhibits at the highly praised facility which includes a planetarium, the heavily hyped “Dinosphere: Now You’re in Their World” and the “National Geographic Treasures of the Earth” exhibit, which showcases re-creations of three archaeological sites, which includes an Egyptian tomb, a pirate shipwreck and China’s Terra Cotta Warriors.
  3. Beyond these standouts, there are also several more floors of exhibits and even some Chihuly glass for decoration. Additionally, the museum flaunts an impressive 12,500-year-old mastodon skeleton and its own carousel. 
  • Famous For: Museums 
  • Time To Spend: 2 hours to Half Day 
  • Admission Charges: Admission for adults ages (18 to 59) costs $21.50; kids between the ages of 2 and 17 enter for $18.50, while children younger than 2 receive free admission. You’ll discover the museum about 3 miles south of downtown. There is free parking
  • Visiting Hours: The museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (though it’s closed Mondays from mid-September through the end of February). 

Indianapolis Zoo

Indianapolis Zoo

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  1. Indianapolis zoo is situated in White River State Park, in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States, housing more than 3,800 animals of more than 320 species and subspecies. Widely stretched across 64 acres and home to more than 1,600 animals and 23,000 plant species, the Indianapolis Zoo is a favorite among families and kids visiting Indy.
  2. You can easily navigate its sprawling acres by planning your visit around the zoo’s five biomes, or areas of plants and animals separated by climate: Oceans, Deserts, Plains, Forests and Encounters.
  3. Among the highlights for recent guests were the underwater dolphin viewing dome and the newly opened orangutan center.
  4. Stated by the zoo that the animals are generally more active during moderate temperatures, meaning spring and fall are ideal times to visit. Roaming around in the zoo during summer you’ll still spot some animal activity as long as you visit in the morning when the temps are cooler. 
  • Famous For: Zoos and Aquariums
  • Time To Spend: 2 hours to Half Day
  • Admission Charges: admission fluctuates depending on the day, but no matter what day it is, you’ll receive a discount by purchasing your tickets in advance online. Generally, adult admission costs $10; children between the ages of 2 and 12 can get in for $8. Parking costs $6 per vehicle year-round.
  • Visiting Hours: Hours change based on the season, but the zoo is usually open Wednesday through Sunday from 9 a.m. to at least 4 p.m. In the summer, there are extended hours.

 Free Summer Concerts

  • The Philharmonic Orchestra of Indianapolis and Indy Parks provide you free Pops concerts each summer. This pop concerts include a fusion of patriotic songs, jazz, light classical, movie themes, and operetta. All concerts begin at 7 pm and the parking is also free.
  • Indianapolis Concerts on the Canal are offered on Thursday nights from 6-8 pm throughout the summer with free seating on the grass. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and a picnic dinner to keep the event free. Or buy food from the Stardust Terrace Café.
  • Indy Parks also hosts free movie nights, and all of these together create a fun summer of free things to do in Indianapolis with kids.


Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum

Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum

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  1. This Motor Speedway Museum is an automotive museum on the grounds of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana, the United States, which comprises the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame.
  2. If you are a historic freak then you might know that The Indianapolis Motor Speedway has been around since 1909, so this epic track has seen more than 100 races speed by. This  30,000-square-foot museum came about 50 years afterwards, showcasing about 75 cars and even a theater that shows Indy 500 footage throughout the years. 
  3. Even a casual NASCAR or automobile history fan, you should make time to visit this National Historic Landmark. Aside from the sheer volume of memorabilia, you will also be impressed with the friendly and knowledgeable staff. IMS does offer a bus tour around the track.
  • Famous For: Sports
  • Time To Spend: 2 hours to Half Day
  • Admission Charges: Entrance to the museum costs $10 for adults and $5 for youths between the ages of 6 and 15; tickets cost $2 for children 5 and younger. If you want to take a 2.5-mile lap around the track in an IMS bus (which includes narration), you’ll have to fork over another $8 for each adult and $5 for each child. And if you came for the full IMS experience, consider opting for a grounds tour. Though pricier than the other offered experiences ($30 for adults; $12 for children), the 60 to 90 minute guided tour allows visitors to see the oval track and stand on the start/finish line, plus a behind-the-scenes look at the media center, the victory platform, and the garage area, among other highlights. It also includes admission to the museum. 
  • Visiting Hours: Tour times and dates vary depending on weather conditions and speedway events, but the museum is open every day of the year, except Thanksgiving and Christmas. From March through October, the museum welcomes visitors from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; it’s open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. November through February. You’ll discover that the museum is about 5 miles northwest of downtown Indy and also the Parking is free.

Lucas Oil Stadium

Lucas Oil Stadium

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  1. This Oil Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Downtown Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Lucas replaced the RCA Dome to become the home field of the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts and opened on August 16, 2008. Home to the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts, Lucas Oil Stadium is a must-see for sports fans.
  2. With the capacity to hold 67,000 fans and a retractable roof that features unbeatable views of the downtown Indianapolis skyline, the stadium is consistently described as a “beautiful sports venue” by the people. 
  • Famous For: Sports, Tours
  • Time To Spend: 2 hours to Half Day
  • Admission Charges: Tour tickets for adults cost $10; seniors ages 65 and older and children between the ages of 4 and 12 can take the tour for $7.
  • Visiting Hours: Tours typically last one hour and are offered at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. every Tuesday and Wednesday. 

Victory Field

Victory Field

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  1. Indianapolis will obviously not flaunt its own MLB team, but it is home to a Triple-A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates, the Indianapolis Indians. Not a fan of baseball still you should consider attending a game at Victory Field, especially if you’ve got kids in tow.
  2. Victoria field is 14,230-seat and is consistently praised by locals and travelers alike for its cleanliness, affordable prices, and stellar skyline views.
  3. Recent visitors with kids especially liked that there is ample grass space for children to play on and spots where families can spread out blankets to enjoy the game. Reviewers also reported that the crowd and staff are friendly and fun.
  • Famous For: Sports, Tours
  • Time To Spend: 2 hours to Half Day
  • Admission Charges: For $5 per person, you can see the Victory Field dugout, press box, visiting clubhouse and training room, and the grounds. Tours usually last for an hour and must be scheduled at least two weeks in advance. You’ll discover this Field in White River State Park, about a mile southwest of downtown Indy. Tickets for season games range from $10 to $16 and can be purchased online or at the stadium. Several parking lots are surrounding the stadium; most cost between $5 and $9 to park in.
  • Visiting Hours: The Indianapolis Indians play from April to September, but if you’re not in town to catch a game you can always schedule a tour of the stadium. 

NCAA Hall of Champions

NCAA Hall of Champions

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This Hall of Champions flaunts two-levels of interactive exhibits to engage visitors and create a true-to-life understanding of what it takes to make the grade. On the first level Arena has all 24 NCAA sports represented and includes a novice to historian trivial challenge, current team rankings, video highlights, and artifacts donated from colleges around the nation. Now Play, on the second level, fully interactive area to compete virtually and hands-on through sports simulators, a 1930s retro gymnasium, ski simulator and much more.

  • Visiting Hours: Open Weds.-Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun., 12-5 p.m.
  • ADMISSION Charges: Adults: $5; 6-18: $3; 65+ yrs: $3; 5 and under are free


Garfield Park Conservatory & Sunken Garden

Garfield Park Conservatory & Sunken Garden

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The oldest park in Indianapolis was started in 1873 and named in honor of President James A Garfield. George Edward Kessler, appointed as a landscape architect in 1908 and produced a formal design for the Sunken Gardens. The Conservatory overlooks the gardens as though it were a princely mansion.

  • Location: Garfield Park Conservatory, 2505 Conservatory Drive, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, IN 46203
  • Visiting Hours: Opening times All year. Daily.
  • Admission Charges: Admission to Sunken Garden is always free. Admission to the Conservatory is generally free except during special shows like Poinsettia & Holiday Trains or the Spring Bulb Show.

White River State Park

This State Park is an unusual park in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, offering 250 acres of vibrant green spaces, waterways, trails, and attractions. The park boasts world-class attractions and destinations that offer distinctive experiences for every visitor. Rising the health and well-being of visitors is the mission of WRSP by providing cultural, entertainment, and recreational choices to millions of Indiana citizens and visitors from all over the world.

  • Admission Charges: Box Seats $17 adult $16 children under 15. Reserved Seats $13 adult $12 children under 15.
  • Visiting Hours: May 28-Sept. 6: Mon.-Thurs., 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Fri.-Sun. and holidays, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Sept. 7-Oct. 31: Mon.-Thurs., 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Fri.-Sun., 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov. 1-Dec. 2: Daily, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Dec. 3-30: Daily, 12-9 p.m.

Wishard Slow Food Garden

  1. Laura Henderson saw establishing an urban garden near downtown Indianapolis in 2010 as a real opportunity to engage, educate and inspire a whole new audience to think about where their food comes from, how it grows and to share the ideals of the Indy’s burgeoning Slow Food Movement.
  2. This garden is much more than a lovely green space in the middle of the park, it is a highly visible demonstration that draws attention to Indy’s Slow Food movement, allowing and encouraging visitors to stop, ask questions and learn how they can forgo the standard diet dominated by fast food and to eat better and feel better about themselves and their health.


  • As you have already explored the day but this extraordinary land also has an amazing nightlife. You can dance the night away, catch a game with the crowd at a neighborhood sports bar, grab a bite to eat with friends in a cozy pub, laugh at a comedy club or savor a drink while people-watching in some bustling tavern.
  • Try a new wine like Tastings get a Wine Experience where outdoor seating overlooks the beautiful Artsgarden. Or just roam around the Mass Ave where the nightlife is always pulsating. 
  • Localities adore the strangely named Ball & Biscuit and so does Esquire magazine who named the modern-day speakeasy to its “America’s Best Bars” list.
  • Good news for a foodie, do not leave the premises without trying Slippery Noodle, the oldest continually operating tavern in Indiana. Gained popularity for its blues and booze, the Slippery Noodle was established in 1850.
  • This place is popularly known for the sports bars, no matter what part of the city you are in, you are never far from a sports bar. This is one sports-crazed with the town with good reason and you always discover a place to watch a game or talk sports.
  • From old to new, the nightlife of Indianapolis offers something for everyone. This is only a small sampling of the best of the best.


Indiana is an amazing place no matter what this epic land has everything to offer, for kids, adults, couple this place is a perfect weekend destination for each individual. Indiana’s breaded pork tenderloin sandwich and Indy’s famous shrimp cocktail may get all the attention, but you cannot ignore its nightlife and recreation efforts. With the multiple artistry to offer Indy, definitely makes a position in your 2020 weekend vacation list. Comment below and let us know what are your favorite things to do in Indianapolis?