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  • Children’s Museum: Enjoy the fun at Indianapolis Children’s Museum with activities like rock climbing, carousel rides and experience the outer space at the Space Quest. Planetarium. You will be glad to know that this Children’s Museum is the biggest children’s museum in the world. This museum covers an area of 356,000-square-foot which houses 10 major galleries that help discover the physical and natural sciences, history, world cultures and the arts all at one place, the Children’s Museum. The museum also organizes numerous programs and activities each year. Take your kids to this educative arena and let them explore knowledge.

  • Track Attack Racing School: A wonderful thing to do in Indianapolis and a special tourist attraction for all car race lovers. This place is a pure sports entertainment spot where you can entertain your self and even learn how to drive the race car on a real A½ mile track. There are expert instructors who train you on the real race track which has 6 turns and at the speed of 85mph. And nobody should miss this fun of experiencing the real race car drive. Your safety is given priority so that you can fully enjoy the race course ride. Zoom along the race course in your own style!

  • Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum: This place is a National Historic Landmark which is dedicated to auto racing and automobiles. It is home for Indy500 and its high tech 48-seat Tony Hulman Theater only shows Indy500 highlights and atypical recording from the early days of racing. This museum also exhibits 75 magnanimous cars along with the trophy collection. The features cars exhibit include The Marmon \"Wasp,\" winner of the first race in 1911, four cars driven to victory by A.J. Foyt Jr., the first car to complete the Indy 500 without a pit stop in 1931, Dave Evans' #8 Cummins Diesel Special, and a 1925 McFarlan TV6 passenger roadster.

  • Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA): This is the seventh largest museum in U.S., situated on 152 acres of land that integrates the Oldfieldsâ Lilly House & Gardens and the Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Parks. This art museum exhibits classic decorative artworks from Asia, Europe, Africa, and America. The collection includes prints, sculpture, paintings, photographs, drawings, and costumes. You can plan a full day at this museum as it also has two onsite restaurants, four shops, a studio and an interactional hands-on gallery. Visiting this tourist attraction is a fun educative thing to do in Indianapolis.

  • Indianapolis Zoo and White River Gardens: Indianapolis has lot of tourist activities and one of the most popular is visiting the Indianapolis Zoo. This zoo covers an area of 70 acres and is located in the city heart the Downtown Indianapolis and it has accreditation from American Zoo and Aquarium Association (AZA). The Zoo is home to numerous animals including bears, zebras, pigs, dolphins, elephants, Grand Cayman blue iguanas, rhinos, and giraffes. And the zoo has an adjacent botanical garden that brims with appealing plants, butterflies, pathways, and sculptures. The green and clean environment of he zoo takes one by the heart and soul and your one visit makes you return every year to spend some time with zoo animals.

  • Scottish Rite Cathedral:  A lovely place to visit and a must see for architects the Scottish Rite Cathedral. This building also forms a part of Indianapolis’s heritage buildings and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It has a banquet hall, ballroom, and auditorium which are accessible for parties, meetings, luncheons, performances, and dances. The architecture of the place is lovely and the stonework is so amazing that it demands your complete attention. A European touch is what you feel when you visit this Cathedral.

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  • Indiana Medical History Museum: Make sure you visit this Indiana Medical History Museum as it is the nation’s most former ongoing pathology laboratory that has its name in the National Register of Historic Places. The miraculous fact about this place is that in late 1800s and early 1900s physicians employed here used their state-of-the-art facilities to study psychological and nervous disorders and today this medical museum houses more than 15,000 artifacts to educate sightseers on the development of medical technology.

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