Venues – Other
|A||Athenaeum – The Rathskeller |
401 E. Michigan Street
Home to the American Cabaret Theatre, a YMCA, and the city’s oldest restaurant, the Rathskeller.
|B||Bankers Life Fieldhouse |
125 S. Pennsylvania Street
This 18,500 seat arena is home to the Indiana Pacers, Indiana Fever and Indiana Firebirds. Also features ice shows, concerts and circuses.
|C||Christ Church Cathedral |
55 Monument Circle
The oldest church in Indy that is still in continuous use.
|H||Hinkle Fieldhouse |
510 W. 49th Street
National historic landmark arena seats 11,000 and is home to the Butler Bulldogs.
|H||Holcomb Observatory and Planetarium |
702 W. Lake Road
Offers educational planetarium programs and features the largest telescope in the state.
|H||Hoosier Park |
4500 Dan Patch Circle
Inexpensive admission, a full-service restaurant with table top monitors and a low minimum bid have made this one of the nations premier horse-racing venues.
|I||Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium |
100 S. Capitol Avenue
Together these two facilities provide sufficient space for meetings, concerts, sporting events, conventions and trade shows.
|I||Indiana Historical Society |
450 W. Ohio Street
30,000 square foot library, gift shop, and cafe.
|I||Indianapolis Art Center |
820 E. 67th Street