202 N. Alabama St.
Located in the Old City
Hall, this museum has numerous exhibits dedicated to the state's history
President Benjamin Harrison
1230 N. Delaware St.
Complete with wonderful
Victorian furnishings, the home has retained much of its original character
from its 1875 construction. Political mementos and clothes are also
part of the home of America’s 23rd president.
James Whitcomb Riley Museum
528 Lockerbie St.
This house has won praise
and attention as one of the finest examples of Victorian architecture and
style in the country.
The Children’s Museum
3000 N. Meridian St.
This outstanding children’s
museum features the world's largest water clock, a planetarium, IWERKS
CineDome Theater, a science center and nine other major galleries.
Visitors will especially enjoy the carousel and the limestone cave.
Indianapolis Museum of
1200 W. 38th St.
This large five-pavilion
complex and botanical gardens is situated on 152 acres of manicured lawns.
It includes paintings and sculptures by old masters, neoimpressionists,
and major Asian and African artists.
Indianapolis Zoo and White
River State Park
1200 W. Washington St.
The 250-acre park is adjacent
to the Zoo, which holds more than 3,000 animals. One area of particular
interest at the Zoo is the whale and dolphin pavilion
This downtown landmark is
a 10-block tribute to the historical 400-mile canal system linking the
Great Lakes and the Ohio River. It is a stroller’s delight, with
benches, fountains and wide walkways lining both sides of the canal.