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What to do in Indianapolis

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      1. Children’s Museum of Indianapolis
    “There is level upon level to explore and something for everyone! My daughter knows we finish each visit with a trip to the carousel. I love when we bring new people and she shared our tradition with them with so much excitement.” – Laura Perkins, Director of Membership & Chapter Services



      2. Downtown Canal
    “A beautiful walking area located in the heart of downtown, The Canal is a great place to stretch your legs. You can rent paddleboats, bikes, or peddle-carts to explore this area, and it is always brimming with activity. You may also decide to visit the Indiana State Museum, Indiana Historical Museum, Eiteljorg Museum of Art, or NCAA Hall of Champions. All of these (and more) are right on the Canal!” – Joe Clemmer, Regional Chapter Coordinator, Northeast

        3. Crown Hill Cemetery
      “Definitely taking a walking tour of Crown Hill would be on my list when visiting Indy.” – Elsa Kramer, Managing Editor, The Educational Forum

          4. Indianapolis Arts Garden
        “The Arts Garden is a great place for meetings, to eat together, or just to relax. It’s usually pretty quiet and hosts various art exhibits and performances throughout the week. It’s a great, walkable place to get away downtown—and free! I spent a lot of time studying here during grad school, but I also performed in a holiday concert here in 5th grade!” – Melissa Chrisman, Regional Chapter Coordinator, Southeast

            5. Massachusetts Avenue
          “Mass Ave has some of the GREATEST restaurants you’ll ever eat at—seriously. Some of my favorites are Ralston’s Drafthouse (get the pulled pork!), Bru Burger (a MUST-have while in Indy), Bakersfield, The Eagle (if you love fried chicken, GO HERE), and Bazbeaux Pizza. A Lyft ride will get you there pretty inexpensively, and it’s a very walkable strip of restaurants and shops—all local!” – Chris Beaman, Director of Advancement & Communications

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