Perfect Day in Indianapolis

A Perfect Day in Indianapolis

Circle City is a fantastic place to spend a week, weekend, or even just a day! Often we forget about exploring our own backyard and having lived in and around the city most of my life, I had a blast creating an itinerary for Fit Life Creation with a perfect day in Indianapolis.

Visit downtown Indianapolis on your Perfect Day in Indianapolis

Although this day trip is just a sampling of what the city offers, it’s a great place to start. I know my son and I spent a lovely fall day revisiting many of our favorite spots in the city to take pictures and decide upon the best of the best things to do.

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Having fun on the sculptures at the Virginia F. Banks 100 acre woods.

If you love art, getting outdoors, a little history (especially Indy Car and Indiana history), along with tasty treats, I’ve got you covered with this day trip. We start and end the day downtown enjoying some of the places that make Indy special.

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If you are spending more than a day in the city (and you should), add on a few other fun things to do in Indy by visiting the Garfield Conservatory or a visit to the Benjamin Harrison Presidential site!

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  1. I am not super familiar with Indiana but would love to come and check it out! My grandma was from Indiana so there is a huge draw for me to see where she grew up.

    1. It’s the soldiers and sailors monument – right at the center of downtown Indianapolis, it was built to commemorate Indiana soldiers that served in Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the Mexican War, the Civil War, the Frontier Wars, and the Spanish-American War. We actually have a LOT of monuments in Indy, but this one is probably the most well-known. You can take the stairs to the top (which I’ve done exactly once as a kid), but it’s quite narrow and a LOT of stairs!

  2. I’ve visited Indianapolis and was supposed to visit again in September but COVID changed all that. Hope to return next year.

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