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Central Canal picture in Indianapolis
Lucas Oil Stadium picture in Indianapolis
Indianapolis Museum of Art picture in Indianapolis
Indianapolis Motor Speedway picture in Indianapolis
Children's Museum of Indianapolis picture in Indianapolis
Central Canal picture in Indianapolis
Lucas Oil Stadium picture in Indianapolis
Indianapolis Zoo picture in Indianapolis
Super Bowl XLVI picture in Indianapolis
Children's Museum of Indianapolis picture in Indianapolis
Monument Circle picture in Indianapolis
Scottish Rite Cathedral picture in Indianapolis
Victory Field picture in Indianapolis
Circle of Lights picture in Indianapolis
Eiteljorg Museum picture in Indianapolis
Mass Ave Arts District picture in Indianapolis
NCAA Hall of Champions picture in Indianapolis
The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park: 100 Acres picture in Indianapolis
Depew Memorial Fountain picture in Indianapolis
Indiana War Memorial picture in Indianapolis

You'll find the Central Canal in the heart of downtown Indianapolis. Courtesy of Lavengood Photography

One of the top reasons fans love Lucas Oil Stadium? The unbeatable skyline view. Courtesy of MediaWright Photography

Spread out across 152 acres and featuring more than 54,000 works of art spanning 5,000 years, the Indianapolis Museum of Art is an impressive institution. Here, a picture of Robert Indiana's LOVE sculpture. Courtesy of Kevin Foster

Even if you only consider yourself a casual NASCAR or automobile history fan, you should make time to visit this National Historic Landmark, according to recent visitors. Courtesy of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Spanning 472,900 square feet and boasting 11 major galleries, the Children's Museum of Indianapolis lives up to its title as the world's largest children's museum.  Courtesy Lavengood Photography

You can enjoy the Central Canal from the walkways beside it, or you can jump in a pedal boat, a kayak or a gondola and enjoy being in the water.  Courtesy of Jason Lavengood, VisitIndy.com

With the capacity to hold 67,000 fans and a retractable roof that features views of the downtown Indianapolis skyline, Lucas Oil Stadium (which opened in 2008 and hosted the 2012 Super Bowl) is consistently described as a "beautiful sports venue" by visitors.  Courtesy of the Indianapolis Colts

Spread across 64 acres and home to more than 1,600 animals and 23,000 plant species, the Indianapolis Zoo is a favorite among families visiting Indy. Courtesy of VisitIndy.com

Indianapolis hosted the 2012 Super Bowl, and was only the fourth cold-weather city to do so in the game's history. Here, a picture of Super Bowl Village on Georgia Street. Courtesy of Lavengood Photography

An Alamosaurus bursts through the exterior of the "Dinosphere" exhibit at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis. Sculptor Brian Cooley was commissioned to create these massive works to illustrate what an important role dinosaurs play among the museum's attractions. Courtesy of Lavengood Photography

Situated in the center of downtown Indianapolis, Monument Circle features the Soldiers & Sailors Monument and the Colonel Eli Lilly Civil War Museum.  Jason Lavengood, VisitIndy.com

Architecture buffs will likely marvel at the Scottish Rite Cathedral, a neo-Gothic building built between 1927 and 1929 in downtown Indianapolis.  Courtesy of VisitIndy.com

This 14,230-seat ballpark is consistently praised by locals and travelers alike for its cleanliness, affordable prices and stellar skyline views.  Carl Van Rooy Photography VisitIndy

To commemorate the start of the holiday season, downtown Indianapolis hosts its annual Circle of Lights event, in which nearly 5,000 lights are strung from the Indiana Soldiers and Sailors monument. Carl Van Rooy Photography Visit Indy

If you're interested in learning more about the art, history and cultures of the American West and Native Americans, then a stop at the Eiteljorg Museum is a must. Lavengood Photography Visit Indy

If you're looking for an eceltic set of restaurants, independent shops and art galleries, make your way to Mass Ave. This area, which spans five blocks, can be found less than a mile east of downtown Indy. Kelley Jordan VisitIndy.com

Love college sports? Then you'll want to plan a visit to the NCAA Hall of Champions. Here you'll find artifacts, hands-on sports simulators, a 1930s retro gymnasium, a ski simulator and much more.  Courtesy of VisitIndy.com

If you're visiting Indianapolis during the warmer months, consider stopping by The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park: 100 Acres at the Indianapolis Museum of ArtLocated on — you guessed it — 100 acres adjacent to the Museum’s main campus, the area includes woodlands, wetlands, meadows, and a 35-acre lake. Lavengood Photography Visit Indy

You'll find the Depew Memorial Fountain, which was completed in 1919, situated in downtown Indy within the Indiana World War Memorial Plaza. Visit Indy

Considered an Indiana landmark, the Indiana War Memorial comprises two museums, three parks and 24 acres of monuments, statues, sculptures and fountains. Visit Indy

Central Canal picture in Indianapolis
Lucas Oil Stadium picture in Indianapolis
Indianapolis Museum of Art picture in Indianapolis
Indianapolis Motor Speedway picture in Indianapolis
Children's Museum of Indianapolis picture in Indianapolis
Central Canal picture in Indianapolis
Lucas Oil Stadium picture in Indianapolis
Indianapolis Zoo picture in Indianapolis
Super Bowl XLVI picture in Indianapolis
Children's Museum of Indianapolis picture in Indianapolis
Monument Circle picture in Indianapolis
Scottish Rite Cathedral picture in Indianapolis
Victory Field picture in Indianapolis
Circle of Lights picture in Indianapolis
Eiteljorg Museum picture in Indianapolis
Mass Ave Arts District picture in Indianapolis
NCAA Hall of Champions picture in Indianapolis
The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park: 100 Acres picture in Indianapolis
Depew Memorial Fountain picture in Indianapolis
Indiana War Memorial picture in Indianapolis

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