Indiana's impressive capital building...
Indiana's Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument was dedicated in 1902 to Indiana's heroes who died in wars before World War I. It stands in Monument Square in downtown Indianapolis...
The 17–foot–tall Indiana State Museum steam clock in Indianapolis, Indiana is located along the canal walk on the north side of the museum. It has four 24" diameter dials that are back-lit by neon. The clock's eight brass whistles play a few (loud) notes of "Back Home Again in Indiana" every 15 minutes. A more complete rendition is played at the top of every hour and it's quite an experience to witness...
This world famous Indianapolis restaurant is known for its great steaks...
Called "The Tent," this colorful sculpture dedicated to the Indianpolis 500 Committee, stands along the Canal Walk in downtown Indianapolis...
Downtown Indianapolis is crammed with great restaurants, including Mortons, McCormick & Schmick's, Oceanaire, The Capital Grill, St. Elmo and many more, but none have better signage then the Weber Grill Restaurant...
Indiana's Historical Society sits along the edge of the Canal Walk...
A stroll along the Indianapolis Canal Walk is easy to enjoy as the three-mile loop fronts many points-of-interest including the Indianapolis Zoo, White River Gardens, Indiana State Museum, Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, NCAA Hall of Champions, Victory Field, Congressional Medal of Honor Memorial and so much more...
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