Additional memorials honoring veterans are the World War II, Korean and Vietnam War Memorials.
The World War II Memorial is much larger than both the Korean and Vietnam War memorials. The size of the memorials was dependant on the size and length of the war.
Names of soldiers killed in action are inscribed on each memorial.
The Arts Garden gives the visitor a bird's eye view of much of Indianapolis. The Art's Garden is linked to hotels on three corners and Circle City Mall on the southeast quadrant.
This Union Station building was built in 1888. In the Romanesque Revival style of architecture. It was one of the busiest train stations in its heyday touting around two hundred stops a day.
The Indiana State Museum is located on the Canal Walk. The museum is a great place to learn the history of Indiana.
Canal walk is a three mile loop in the downtown area. You can take a gondola ride, paddle your kayak or rent a paddle boat and take your honey on a relaxing ride. When the ride is finished you can walk the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, an eight mile trail that encircles the city.
You will be able to experience large scale art valued at a total over two million dollars.
White River State Park is another destination within walking, running or biking distance. The park is also home to the Indianapolis Zoo.
Here you have trails, green space, trees and waterways as all of Indiana's state parks, but it is set right in the middle of Indianapolis.
The next time your itinerary takes you past Indianapolis, consider staying a while and visiting our old home town that used to be called Nap Town.