What to do in Indianapolis

Indianapolis play host to some of the best attractions the country has to offer. Places like the Indianapolis Motor Speedway which have been around since 1909 has been the place for over 100 races through its time. To complement, the museum begun 50 years after the Speedway and features a theatre showing Indy 500 footage. Typically, the Indy 500 (May) and the Brickyard 400 (July) are held at this famous track.

If you’re an NFL fan then Lucas Oil Stadium is the place for you. Home of the Indianapolis Colts, the stadium can hold up to 67,000 people and has been the venue for some epic matches in the past. The stadium opened in 2008 and eventually hosted the 2012 Super Bowl.

Lastly, if you’re into sightseeing and you need some stuff to do before your next sporting event, look no further than the Central Canal and Indianapolis Museum of Art. The Central Canal is roughly three miles that follows a path by the Indiana State Museum, Victory Field, the Indianapolis Zoo and the 250-acre White River State Park.

The Indianapolis Museum of Art covers 152 acres of land and showcases over 54,000 works of art that goes back nearly 5,000 years. The museum is among the 10 largest art museums in the U.S and features a diverse selection of art from varying artists.

Indianapolis is the perfect city if you’re sport mad but also culture is something that’s on the bucket list as well. Visit SWiAM for all your ticketing (NFL and Indy 500) needs or check out the Indianapolis fan section!

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