Although one can tour the Speedway and enjoy its museum, Indianapolis is
more than auto racing . .
The children's museum is neat, even for adults; there's the Indianapolis Zoo, Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art, Soldiers and Sailors' Monument which is dedicated to the common service person; home of President Benjamin Harrison, one can tour the RCA dome. At times the Indianapolis Museum of Art has special exhibits. I assume it is still in operation, at Eagle Creek Reservoir there was Rick's Cafe Boatyard where one could be entertained by Live Jazz nightly and enjoy dining inside or outside. Circle Center offers shopping and of course there are numerous other malls and stores.Shadeland, downtown, and south point (port?) have been known for antique shopping. Then there are the Colts, minor league baseball, weekend festivals, hotels, restaurants, et seq. I think one could make Indianapolis and find quite a bit of entertainment. Indianapolis Convention and Visitors Bureau, One RCA Dome, Suite 100, Indianapolis 46225.