Indianapolis Photo Gallery

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The 284 foot Soldiers' & Sailors' Monument, in the center of downtown, has an observation tower which provides a panoramic view of the skyline.

The Artsgarden is a 12 million dollar glass-domed rotunda suspended over one of downtown's busiest intersections.  It serves as a performance, exhibition, and marketing venue for the local arts community.

White River State Park Canal:  Ride pedalboats, rollerblade, or jog along the canal walk, a focal point for activity on the west side of downtown.

 


A view of the canal area at night.

The world's largest Children's Museum!

Employment Review's June 1997 issue named Indianapolis among America's Best Places to Live and Work.

 


Indianapolis Museum of Art:  founded in 1883, it's one of the oldest art museums in the country.

Indianapolis Motor Speedway:  Home of the Indianapolis 500 and Brickyard 400.  Gentlemen, start your engines!

Circle Center Mall spans several city blocks and houses over 100 shops and restaurants, including Nordstrom, Parisian, Alcatraz Brewing Co, and a multi-screen United Artists Cinema.

 


Convention Center and RCA dome.  The meetings will be housed at the Convention Center.  Covered walkways connect the Convention Center to many of the hotels and to Circle Center Mall.

Indianapolis is the 12th largest city in the US!

 


Indianapolis is located in the center of Indiana and is within a day's drive of half of the nation's population.


Conner Prairie - a living history museum where it's always 1836!

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