Indianapolis is home to many diverse types of Real Estate. No matter what type of property you are looking for, Central Indiana has it all – from farm life, to suburban living, to refined elegance, and much more. Plus some incredible attractions year around to keep your free time occupied.
Check out some of these great attractions below.
Information for 2012 Super Bowl To Be Held in Indianapolis, IN – Indianapolis is the host for the 2012 NFL Super Bowl – One of the most prestigious and most viewed sporting events in the world.
Events at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway - the home of the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race and the Brickyard 400. Existing since 1909, it is the original Speedway, the first racing facility historically to incorporate the word. With a permanent seating capacity for more than 257,000 people and infield seating that raises capacity to approximately 400,000. It is the largest and highest-capacity sporting facility in the world.
Gen Con Indy – is the original, longest running, best attended, gaming convention in the world. It features traditional pen and paper, board, and card style games – such as role-playing games, miniature wargames, board games, live-action role-playing games (commonly known as LARPs), collectible card games and non-collectible card games, and strategy games.
Biergarten at the Rathskeller- Guten Appetit! – established in 1894, the Athenaeum Restaurant ( The Rathskeller ) is the city’s oldest restaurant still in operation today. The Rathskeller is reminiscent of both a quaint inn tucked in the Bavarian hills and a lively beer hall in Munich. Voted Best German Restaurant in Indy every year, even a true German feels at home here.
White River State Park – considered as America’s only urban cultural state park, it covers 250 acres of land. Also designated as one of the six cultural districts in Indianapolis.
Eitlejorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art - located in downtown Indianapolis, IN, the museum houses one of the finest collections of Native contemporary art in the World, as well as Western American paintings and sculptures collected by buinessman and philanthropist Harrison Eiteljorg (1903-1997).
Children’s Museum of Indianapolis – the world’s largest children’s museum and is the fourth oldest such institution in the world. The museum hosts thousands of activities annually, including plays at the Lilly Theater, classes and workshops for school children, traveling exhibits, and fund-raising events.
Medal of Honor Memorial – a monument dedicated in honor of all recipients of the Medal of Honor, the United States military’s highest award for valor.
Indianapolis Zoo – first opened to the public in 1964. Its current home in White River State Park was opened in 1988 with a size of 64 acres (260,000 m2). The zoo hosts about 1.4 million visitors each year and plays a role in worldwide conservation and reserach, including accomplishing the world’s first successful artificial insemination of an African elephant.
Climb Time Indy – Indiana’s Finest Indoor Rock Climbing Gym – dedicated to providing the best that rock climbing has to offer. A safe environment where climbers of all ability levels and ages can get better, learn more and above all else, have fun climbing.