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- Indianapolis Convention Center

With three-quarters of a million square feet in real estate between the Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis is now home to the 16th largest convention center complex in the country, not to mention its skywalk connection to 4,700 downtown hotel rooms...

(Embark and disembark at canopied entrance NE corner at Maryland and Capital)

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- White River State Park

Travel with us and discover the Indiana State Museum, the NCAA Hall of Champions, and the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art. Also of note, The Lawn, an outdoor concert venue for a variety of regional, national, and international acts.
(*drop off only)

(Embark and disembark between Indiana State Museum and Eiteljorg Museum entrances)

The Children's Museum
- The Children's Museum

Rated one of the country's top museums for children of all ages, you'll find a 3-story water clock, working carousel, real train engine -- and dinosaurs! Interactive fun for ages 3 to 103 with museum dining, gift shop and library in addition to special exhibits all year round.

Indianapolis Museum of Art
- Indianapolis Museum of Art

Take in Oceanic, African, Design arts and contemporary art collections as well as Art of the Ancient Americas and the Mediterranean. Dine at Nourish Cafe and shop both the Museum Gift Store and the Madeleine F. Elder Greenhouse and Shop.


Indianapolis Motor Speedway
- Indianapolis Motor Speedway

You will experience firsthand the grand scale that is the Indianapolis Motor Speedway as you enter under the 500 track itself and onto the track infield. From there, you can visit the Motor Speedway Museum, take a tour of the IMS track, and check out the IMS gift shop. There are plenty of photo opportunities against the famed IMS pagoda and grandstands. If you're lucky, you could catch a glimpse of motorsport testing being conducted out on the track! Museum entrance and track tour fees are not included in Circle City Tours ticket price.


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- Mass Avenue Shopping District

Shops, eateries, nightclubs, galleries, theaters, and more -- all collected along a one-mile route with plenty of outdoor art scattered about to make your visit that much more interesting and colorful.