While Indianapolis may have been underrated in the past, it's doing a lot to change this. With more than $5 billion spent on improvements in the last 30 years, the city has become more than just another state capitol.
Indianapolis Apartments and Neighborhoods
Attractions and Education in Indianapolis
Indianapolis offers you beautiful monuments and state-of-the-art museums. Indianapolis also boasts an exciting nightlife and a plentiful selection of breweries. Plus, you can enjoy the downtown scene in the winter months as well, thanks to the climate-controlled skywalk system.
In addition to a growing professional sector, Indianapolis is also home to respected institutions of higher learning, including Butler University, the University of Indianapolis and Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI).
Fun Free Things to Do in Indianapolis
Indianapolis is packed with enjoyable activities, and many of the entertainment options are absolutely free! Check out these attractions for budget-friendly fun:
Best of Indianapolis
Adventures in Indianapolis
Indianapolis Spectator Sports
When it comes to the Indy sports scene, the Pacers and Colts are popular, the University of Indiana Hoosiers are big in basketball, but the Indy 500 is king. As the race weekend's schedule of activities takes over the city on Memorial Day, hotels fill up and restaurants will be packed, which means it could be a great time to rent out your apartment's guest bedroom if you have one!
For Indy Families with Kids
Indianapolis Outdoor Living & Natural Beauty
With expansive state and city park systems, such as the sprawling waterfront forests of Eagle Creek Park, Indianapolis makes it easy for residents to appreciate the beauty of the city's natural surroundings.
Getaways near Indianapolis
If you're looking for a great day trip, the city is less than two hours from the horse racing in Louisville, KY and the riverfront entertainment district of Cincinnati, OH.
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