NCAA Hall of Champions
Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians & Western Art
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Civil War Museum
The Civil War Museum , which neatly outlines the conflict and Indiana's abolition position.
Indianapolis Hiking Club
Who knew you could hike in Indy? Join free, 5- to 8-mile jaunts around downtown, Broad Ripple, rugged Eagle Creek Park and elsewhere....
Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Basketball is huge in Indiana, and Bankers Life Fieldhouse is ground zero, where the NBA's Pacers make it happen.
A smattering of food stalls fill the city's old marketplace, which dates from 1886. The 2nd-floor bar pours 16 local brews; most other...
Lonely Planet review
The NCAA Hall of Champions reveals the country's fascination with college sports. The NCAA renovated the museum recently, making it much more interactive, so you can now shoot free throws or climb onto a swimming platform à la Michael Phelps. You'll probably find most Hoosiers hovering around the basketball exhibits, as locals are renowned hoop-ball fanatics.