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Located in a 23 storey building, Conrad Indianapolis is offering stunning rooms designed to cater to guests who are in the city for both business and pleasure. There are numerous fine dining options on-site, including a wine tasting room. If you're feeling stressed out, you can stop by the luxury Evan Todd Spa & Salon to be pampered back to health while the infinity pool allows you to stay in shape. There is also something in store for the art enthusiasts. The art gallery on site offers a feast for the eyes. Family rooms and kid-friendly amenities also make this hotel a favorite with the children. The hotel is also quite popular with celebrities and famous personalities. If you are still wondering about whether you should book a room here, know that Conrad Indianapolis has been featured in multiple guides and magazines.
The Rhythm! Discovery Center is one of the world's best percussion museums. A series of exhibits explore the history and evolution of the drum into the modern drum kit we know today. You can eve look at the drum kits played by famous drummers like John Bonham and Neil Peart. There are also interactive displays, where you can make music and rhythms with the drums available.
Home to the Indiana Pacers and the Indiana Fever, Gainbridge Fieldhouse is on a permanent adrenaline rush. Add to that occasional live music concerts by the likes of Celine Dion and Neil Diamond, and temperatures are bound to soar. A huge sports facility, in the basketball-crazy state of Indiana, Gainbridge Fieldhouse is like a magnet for locals and visitors alike. The visual appeal of the facility is awe-inspiring for its sheer magnitude and world-class amenities.
The Omni Severin Hotel affords patrons a glimpse into the Indianapolis of old, without sacrificing a single modern amenity. Of the many historic structures in the Wholesale District, this hotel stands out as one of the most regal. It sits within walking distance of every major attraction in Downtown Indianapolis, and after a long day of work or sightseeing, there's no better place to kick off your shoes and relax. Note the breathtaking views from the 13th floor penthouse suites. Plus, the heated pool is always open for a quick swim.
The Indiana Historical Center is offering a unique way to explore the history of Indiana. There are the "You Are There" exhibits, where actors play historical figures that you can interact with to learn about a specific period. There's the "Destination Indiana" area, where innovative touch screens let you explore different areas of the state over time. There's even a whole room dedicated to Cole Porter, with an actor belting out some of his classics. With all of these interactive displays, a trip to the Historical Center is like a trip back in time.
The Indiana State Museum is located along the canal in White River State Park. The museum has three floors of galleries that tell the story of the great state of Indiana. Visitors are inspired to learn more about the state (and its glittering capital city) by exploring its art, science and culture. Some galleries on the top floor are often devoted to much sought-after traveling exhibitions as well. The building itself is a sight to behold, especially after noting that it is constructed exclusively of Hoosier materials: limestone, steel, brick, sandstone and glass. It is truly a work of art. On site is a two-story gift shop and some casual dining options.
Zoom into the world of mirth, sorrow and adventure exhibited on screen and enjoy a unique experience at the movies. The 2D and 3D movie action is a gripping format that is offered at The IMAX Theater Indiana State Museum. Through the eyes of the IMAX world, movies could not get any better. For students studying film, the theater conducts interactive tours discussing the dynamics of film technique. So while in the city and craving for a movie, IMAX is the place to view it in style. For further information on ticket prices and show timings, call on the numbers mentioned.
The Indianapolis Zoo, located in the White River State Park, exhibits a collection of plants, 350 animal species, and has the largest aquarium in Indianapolis. Get ready for a close look at snakes, iguanas and other reptiles. Or go to the plains area to see lions and giraffes wandering about like it was the savanna. After the exciting trip you can find something to eat in the on-site restaurant, or just enjoy an ice-cream from one of the snack bars.
One of the famous landmarks of Indianapolis, the President Benjamin Harrison Home was built in the 1870s and is now a museum dedicated to President Harrison. In order to explore his life, the historic building houses artifacts and books belonging to the Harrison family. The chambers have period furniture, the president's personal items, and political memorabilia. The house is also a venue for city events and exhibitions. Tours of the house are held regularly.
White River State Park welcomes you to sample its myriad delights. Located in the heart of the city, this enormous park beckons you to visit its premises and learn more about mother nature. It houses the Indianapolis Zoo, which is home to a variety of species of wild animals that children and adults alike will love to see. The two museums within the park ensure that you're well versed with local history, culture and traditions. Visit the on site Baseball Park and have a gala time cheering your favorite teams to victory. Ride your bike around the park or explore the scenic waters on boats. If you suddenly feel like watching a film, the Imax movie hall is close at hand. You can also book the facilities for hosting private events. The park is also home to a bevy of local and community events and cultural festivities held at one of the numerous event spaces within: the Lawn, amphitheaters and amusement zones. The visitor's center is an ideal place to stop and get your bearings before you wind your way through the park. Check website or call the park for more details.
Atomic Bowl Duckpin is one of the only two remaining Midwest duckpin bowling alleys (along with Action Duckpin Bowling - also located in the Fountain Square Theater Building). This form of bowling employs shorter pins and a smaller ball, and reached the apex of its popularity in the first half of the twentieth century. Visit the fun of a 1950's night out with vintage equipment, a retro jukebox, and historic bowling memorabilia. A snack bar and catering services for groups keep bowlers of all ages refreshed.
One of the finest green spaces in the city, the Garfield Park is a garden spread over a vast expanse that is the ideal spot to get a breath of fresh air. Supported by a group called the Friends of Garfield Park, the space is also used to host several large-scale functions and events. You can attend musicals and theatrical performances by production companies like the Shakespeare and More Theatre Company. If you are weary of the noisy city and want to escape to a peaceful heaven, Garfield Park is the place to go.