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ANTSHE Conference 2020 Explore Indianapolis



ANTSHE CONFERENCE 2020

 APRIL 2 – 4, 2020| Indianapolis, Indiana   


VISIT INDY

THINGS TO DO IN INDY

From the largest single-day sporting event in the world to the largest children’s museum in the world, Indy has big surprises around every turn.

  1. The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

    Varied exhibits exploring arts & culture

    Huge, interactive kids' museum includes a planetarium, carousel, science labs, library & much more.

  2. Indianapolis Zoo

    Animal park, botanical garden & more

    Zoo with an aquarium, rides, shows, petting & play areas, plus an indoor/outdoor garden.

  3. Indianapolis Motor Speedway

    World's largest auto racetrack

    Famed speedway home to the Indy 500 & many other races, plus on-site museum, tours & golf course.

  4. White River State Park

    Gardens, museums, concerts & a zoo

    Park home to myriad cultural venues also offers bike rentals, gondola rides & Segway tours.

  5. Indiana State Museum

    Exhibits exploring history & culture

    Museum with a broad array of exhibits, ranging from fossils to pop culture, plus an IMAX theater.

  6. Eiteljorg Museum

    Native American & Western art exhibits

    Museum exploring the art & culture of the American West, plus cafe, workshops & kids' activities.

  7. Conner Prairie

    Indoor/outdoor museum of pioneer life

    Recreated 19th-century village on 200 acres explores Indiana's past through interactive exhibits.

  8. Soldiers and Sailors Monument

    Iconic site with a museum & scenic views

    This neoclassical limestone memorial with an observation deck houses a Civil War museum & gift shop.

  9. Fort Harrison State Park

    Spot for year-round outdoor recreation

    This 17,000-acre park offers activities such as cross-country skiing, fishing & hiking.

  10. Eagle Creek Park

    Diverse recreational area on reservoir

    Huge park with marina & beach, hiking & biking trails, wildlife-discovery centers, zip lines & more.

  11. Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum

    Museum

    The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum is an automotive museum on the grounds of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana, United States, which houses the Indianapolis Motor Speedway

  12. Broad Ripple

    Relaxed dining & Vogue live music venue

    Broad Ripple has a free-spirited vibe, with laid-back cafes, global eateries, lively brewpubs and happening clubs. Emerging and big-name acts play at storied music venue The Vogue, and indie

  13. Monument Circle

    Monument, history, and shopping

  14. Holliday Park

    Recreational area & nature center

    City park on 94 acres features trails, arboretum, playground & nature center with all-ages programs.

  15. Indiana World War Memorial

    Neoclassical tribute to fallen soliders

    This columned building houses a shrine to fallen WWI soldiers, an ornate auditorium & a war museum.

  16. Canal Walk

    Canal

  17. Garfield Park

    City's oldest multiuse green space

    Park is home to a sunken garden, arts & recreation centers, sports fields, playgrounds & more.

  18. Monon Boulevard

    Paved path on a former rail line

    This 4.4-mi. paved trail on a former railway line is a popular place for biking & walking.

  19. White River Gardens

    Lush gardens with water features

    Riverside botanical garden with landscaped flower beds, reflecting pools, an atrium & sculptures.

  20. Massachusetts Avenue

    Beer, wine, and shopping

    Massachusetts Avenue, or simply Mass Ave, is one of six designated cultural districts in Indianapolis, Indiana. It is located just a few blocks northeast of Monument Circle. Massachusetts Avenue

  21. Crown Hill Funeral Home and Cemetery

    Forest

    Crown Hill Cemetery is a historic rural cemetery located at 700 West Thirty-Eighth Street in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. The privately owned cemetery was established in 1863 at Strawberry

  22. Indianapolis Canal Walk


  23. Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site

    Museum on the 23rd U.S. president

    Exhibits & tours on the grounds of the 23rd U.S. president's home, plus lectures, galas & more.

  24. Garfield Park Conservatory

    Park

  25. Indiana Historical Society

    Interactive museum, library & theater

    Stately home to exhibits & archives covering Indiana history, plus concerts, speakers & more.

  26. The Indianapolis Cultural Trail

    Cycling and art

  27. Indiana State Capitol

    The Indiana State House is the state capitol building of the U.S. state of Indiana. Housing the Indiana General Assembly, the office of the Governor of Indiana, the Supreme Court of Indiana,

  28. THE VIRGINIA B. FAIRBANKS ART & NATURE PARK: 100 ACRES AT NEWFIELDS

    Scenic area with contemporary sculptures

    Contemporary art installations showcased amid 100 acres with woodlands, meadows & a lake.

  29. Downtown Indy, Inc.


  30. Indianapolis Art Center

    Landmark art gallery with classes

    Expansive, renowned riverfront arts center on a 9.5 acre campus with exhibits & classes.

  31. Broad Ripple Park

    Recreational area with pool & more

    Sports fields, dog park, swimming pool, playground & other activities around the White River.

  32. Indiana Medical History Museum

    Historic space for life-science learning

    Guided tours & artifacts recount 19th-century medical history inside an 1890s pathology facility.

  33. Rhythm! Discovery Center

    Interactive percussion history museum

    Destination exploring the history of percussion, with exhibits, archive & drums to play.

  34. Oldfields–Lilly House & Gardens

    Stately, historic estate with tours

    Docent-led tours offered in the 1930s mansion & grounds once owned by a prominent businessman.

  35. The Waterpark

    Seasonal pool complex with fun amenities

    Amusement area offers heated pools with slides, simulated surfing, play areas, cabanas & snacks.

  36. Greatimes Family Fun Park

    Indoor & outdoor amusement complex

    Mini-golf, go-karts, bumper boats, an arcade & play area, plus casual dining & party packages.

  37. Freedom Springs Greenwood Aquatics Park

    Water park with activities for all ages

    Water park with tube slides, a lazy river, a lap pool & kids' splash area plus cabanas for shade.

  38. Indy Parks & Rec Admin Office

    Park

  39. Go Ape Zip Line & Treetop Adventure - Eagle Creek Park

    Zip line and adventure

  40. Scottish Rite Cathedral

    History

    The Scottish Rite Cathedral in Indianapolis, Indiana is a historic building designed by architect George F. Schreiber and located in downtown Indianapolis. It is owned by the Valley of Indianapolis

  41. Splash Island

    Water park with a tropical theme

    Indoor/outdoor water park includes numerous play features, a 900-foot lazy river & a snack bar.

  42. Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library

    Museum

    The Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library is dedicated to championing the literary, artistic, and cultural contributions of the late writer, artist and Indianapolis native Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.. It opened

  43. Flat Fork Creek Park

    Park with a lake, biking trails & more

    This 60-acre park features a lake, nature trails, a sledding hill, a mountain-biking course & more.

  44. Geist Reservoir

    Expansive lake for boating & fishing

    Large man-made reservoir & dam used for recreational activities such as fishing & boating.

  45. Indiana State House

    Tours of Indiana's 1800s state capitol

    Guided tours of Indiana's neoclassical capitol, home to state government since 1888.

  46. Military Park

    Historic public gathering space

    Named for its shape resembling a military badge, this historic 14-acre park also hosts events.

  47. Circle Of Lights


  48. Sky Zone Trampoline Park


  49. Easley Winery

    Winery, music, wine, and wine tasting

  50. Coxhall Gardens

    Outdoor amphitheater on a 125-acre park

    Children's garden playground, biking trails, outdoor music pavilion & a fishing lake on 125 acres.




  

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