A Short and Sweet Introduction to Indianapolis

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Do you need an introduction to Indianapolis – what to do and where to go? Most other Indianapolis guide books are too specialized or too old! This new, introduction to Indianapolis tells you everything you need to know to get started.

“A Short and Sweet Introduction to Indianapolis” is not a 200-page guide that gives you restaurant and hotel reviews. (You can get those online and they change all the time!) Rather, this introduction tells you about the attractions, the sports, the different parts of town, and other important things you need to know when you visit Indianapolis.

Whether it’s your first time to Indy or you already live there, you will certainly learn more about what you can do.

This book contains information on…
*Children’s Museum of Indianapolis (the largest in the world!)
*Indianapolis Zoo
*Indiana State Museum
*Indianapolis Motor Speedway
*Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art
*NCAA Hall of Champions
*Newfields (Indianapolis Museum of Art)
*Indiana Historical Society
*Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site
*Monument Circle (Soldiers and Sailors Monument and Civil War History Museum)
*Indiana War Musem
*Indianapolis Colts
*Indiana Pacers
*Indiana Fever
*Racing
*Lucas Oil Stadium
*Bankers Life Fieldhouse
*Indianapolis Indians
*Indy Eleven
*Indy Fuel
*Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center
*White River State Park
*Canal Walk
*Old National Centre
*Hilbert Circle Theatre
*Indiana State Fairgrounds & Event Center
*Conner Prairie
*Hoosier Gym
*Brown County
AND MUCH MORE!!!

Learn about how to get to Indy and then how to get around while you’re there. Learn about dining and hotels. Learn about family fun and special Christmas events.

It sounds like a lot, but it is an easy, 66-page read!

So, if you’re going to Indianapolis, use this book to introduce you to all of the awesome things you can do in this great, Midwestern city.

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