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There's something new to see every day at one of the Indianapolis's hundreds of live entertainment venues. Right now, you've got to check out these hot Indianapolis events. Indianapolis sports are a rewarding experience for those who make the trip to Indianapolis' excellent sporting venues, such as Conseco Fieldhouse to see the Indiana Pacers, or the RCA Dome to see the Indianapolis Colts.

A great idea for a place to visit in Indianapolis (also known as Circle City) is the Museum of Indianapolis. The museum is the largest museum in the world and educational, fun experiences abound here. The format urges to touch everything as they participate in their physical journey through the fascinating Indianapolis museum. There are exhibits featuring physical, chemical, and natural sciences, as well as globally cultural inventions and arts through the ages, on five interactive floors. There's so much to do in this top Indianapolis attraction, there's even a planetarium and a theater staging children's plays.

But if academia is not your idea of a wild vacation, then the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum, located on the site of the famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway, is one of the most distinctive museums in the world devoted to automobiles and auto racing. The speedway is one of the most exciting things to do in Indianapolis. In 1987, the museum and Speedway received the designation of National Historic Landmark, in a proud moment for those connected to that aspect of the Indianapolis racing circuit. The Wyoming quartz-built facility covers 96,000 square feet of museum and administrative space. The museum space alone measures 30,000 square feet, and a magnificent glass canopy above the main floor allows year-round natural light for excellent viewing conditions. There are two Speedway gift shops, and an official photography department for the speedway. About one-third of the museum's estimated 250,000 annual visitors tour the museum during May, the month of the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race. The air-conditioned snack shop and surrounding site will be swarming with eager visitors to this Indianapolis wonder, which is centered around an historic 2.5-mile oval.

Every city has its hipness hotspot and it's cool person's hangout. In Indianapolis, culture, expression, and attitude merge in Broad Ripple Village, an Indianapolis entertainment center referred to as Indianapolis' version of Greenwich Village. There are galleries, boutiques, and restaurants, amid the city's wildest nightlife, in this Indianapolis riverfront district. Among the chief attractions in Broad Ripple Village are The Indianapolis Art Center and the unique jewelery center at Artifacts Gallery. If you feel thirsty or need a good slab of pub lunch, the Broad Ripple Brewpub has plenty of brews on tap and a hearty menu. The Vogue, a dance club and live performance venue, is a great place to rock the night away, as big name musicians can often be seen there. All in all the Village is a non-nonsense Indianapolis entertainment hotspot.

The Indiana State Capitol Building houses the Indiana General Assembly, the Governor of Indiana, the state courts and other state officials, and is an excellent place to visit and tour when in town. The Capitol is located at 200 West Washington Street, and is an impressive looking structure, with its large dome, pillars, and gleaming white stone. The building was designed by Indianapolis architect Edwin May, and a cornerstone was laid on September 28, 1880. In between attending concerts and shows in Indianapolis, you should really try to see this wonderful structure during your visit to the city.