The Eiteljorg Museum is the only museum of its kind in the Midwest, featuring one of the best Native American and Western art collections in the world!
Treat your senses to the most powerful and involving movie experience yet created. Our academy award-winning IMAX® technology brings images to life like no other!
The Indiana State Museum is Indiana's museum for science, art, and culture, offering a place where you can celebrate, investigate, remember, learn, and take pride in Indiana's story in the context of a global society!
The 14,500-seat ballpark has received numerous local and national accolades including being named “Best Minor League Ballpark in America” by Sports Illustrated and Baseball America!
Travel the Indianapolis Zoo and White River Gardens and move from one fascinating ecological system (biomes) to another. From Arctic lands to the African plains, a visit to the Indianapolis Zoo is literally a trip around the world!
The Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park celebrates Year 10 in 2013 that offers THE mix of the best music in the Circle City (Indianapolis, IN). Our Top 100 Outdoor world-class venue (via Pollstar) is located in White River State Park's picturesque setting.
Experience all 23 sports of the NCAA® in White River State Park with hands-on displays, a retro gym, and sports simulators that give you an opportunity to engage in the life of the student-athlete!
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Glide through the Park and experience a scenic tour of our 250-acres of green spaces, waterways, wildlife, and more!
Tours pass all of the Park’s attractions, Indianapolis Historic Central Canal (Cultural District), and more.
The gliding adventure includes a training session, use of a safety helmet, and the mobile experience of a lifetime. Reservations are required.
Call 317-253-1910 or 317-569-0879 to reserve your one-of-a-kind gliding adventure in White River State Park!
Explore White River State park, miles of biking paths, and the Historic Central Canal with our fleet of pedal-powered recreational bicycles and boats. Bike rentals are located next to The Wishard Growing Place Indy Slow Food Garden at White River State Park and boat rentals are located on the Historic Central Canal Walk at the corner of Ohio and West streets (canal level adjacent to Indianapolis Firehouse #13). Enjoy affordable fun for the whole family!
Salute America's greatest heroes at this memorial celebrating the more than 3,400 Americans who have received our country's highest award for military valor. While listening to stirring stories of courage and heroism recorded by Medal of Honor recipients, you can search the memorial's etched glass (waves or sails) to find names of heroes from more than 15 conflicts dating back to the Civil War. Please check-in at the Congressional Medal of Honor Society website for more information and a full archive of recipients (searchable by various catagories).
Have questions about your visit? Want to buy a Park Pass? Check-in just off Washington Street in the "heart" of the Park. You will find a Park and city concierge, brochures, gift shop, maps, public restrooms, and more. Please call 800-665-9056 or e-mail email@example.com with your with your comments. See you soon where there is more to do than YOU ever
Jog, rollar blade, Segway, or walk along this 1.5-mile (3-mile round trip) canal that runs from the White River through the Park, then heads east and then north to 11th Street and Historic Buggs Temple (with Creation Cafe and Euphoria). For fun on the water during the warmer months, enjoy a gondola ride with Old World Gondoliers or rent a kayak or pedal boat at our Wheel Fun Rentals!
The restored 1870 Indianapolis Water Comapny pumping station provided the first public water service for Indianapolis and is included on the National Register of Historic Places. The Historic Pumphouse is currently home to the Park's administrative offices. To the west and overlooking the White River, is a pavilion containing a memorial to Michael A. Carroll, Frank McKinney, Jr., Robert Welch, and John Weliever. These four civic leaders were killed during a 1992 Park business trip when the airplane carrying them crashed.
Originally built in 1833 as a part of the National Road (Historic U.S. 40), this bridge is now a pedestrian crosswalk linking the Park's western attractions like the Indianapolis Zoo & White River Gardens and White River Promenade to the eastern attractions on the other side of the White River. Also the bridge is home to our biennial Art Sculptures in the Park experience (started in 1999) to showcase Indiana (and regional) artists. This rolling two-year program makes art accessible and free to all Park visitors. The sculptures are for sale by the artists
A 6,000 sq ft garden at the Park's crosspoint with opportunities to observe and engage in a working urban farm. Get Involved! Each crop variety has been chosen based on at least one of these distinctions: suited to urban growing conditions; promoting crop biodiversity or sustainable farm practices; heirloom, rare, or endangered that preserves agricultural and/or socio-cultural heritage; more.
This greenspace and terraced amphitheater is the perfect place to relax while gazing at the Indianapolis skyline or admiring the wildlife flourishing along the White River. You’ll find the Totem sculpture south of the NCAA® Hall of Champions Museum and McCormick’s Rock (signifying Indianapolis first resident) above a 17-foot waterfall where the Historic Central Canal flows into the White River. The amphiteather serves as the home of the Park’s FREE Family Arts Series during the warmer months.
Toss a Frisbee, walk your dog, or simply settle into the grass in our 14-acre greenspace, which borders the IUPUI campus. Named after its shape as a military badge, Historic Military Park was a Civil War encampment and home to Indiana’s first state fair. It also holds distinction as one of three pieces of property the state is forbidden to sell (Monument Circle and the part of the Statehouse known as “the State House Square” are the other two). Today, it’s home to Indianapolis' largest festivals and events.
You’ll feel as though you’ve found a secret passage as you wander along our White River Ppromenade, a half-mile walkway lined with flowering trees and evergreens that offers unique views of the White River and the Indianapolis skyline. Look for the hand-carved “rose window," renderings of famous buildings, and other constructions from Indiana limestone. The embedded artwork is carved into the limestone blocks along the trail.
Jog, run, or walk along our series of paths, pedestrian-safe bridges, and trails. Along the way, enjoy the White River overlooks, a covered picnic area, and benches. Our waterfront pathways connect to the city’s award-winning greenways trail system.