Traveling with shuttle rides in Indianapolis to destinations
Sports lovers will be right at home here. Each year Indianapolis hosts a number of major sporting events. There’s the Indianapolis 500, which is the world’s largest single day sports event, and the Indianapolis Half Marathon which is the largest half marathon in the US, just to name a couple. Indianapolis is where you’ll find the National Collegiate Athletic Association headquarters. Last but certainly not least this great city is the home of the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts.
Monument Circle is the centerpiece of Indianapolis. This city landmark has paths that extend across the regular grid of streets. Situated about 14 miles from the airport, the Circle is home to a famous bronze statue called Miss Indiana and the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument is located in the center. Another popular city landmark is Union Station which is a glorious Romanesque styled structure, built in 1888. Its glass ceiling is breathtaking and tourists and locals alike flock to see it.
The Indiana State Museum is situated about 13 miles from the downtown area in the Old City Hall. The museum exhibits are dedicated to the theme of Indiana state history and its culture. You can also drop by Canal Walk during your visit which is another popular spot. Canal Walk is ten-block tribute to the 400-mile canal system in Indianapolis which links the Ohio River and Great Lakes. It is an exhilarating walk lined with benches, fountains and wide walkways.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Fort Harrison State Park