Tourism and Hospitality

The 2024 NBA All-Star Game is set for Feb. 16-18 with a whole lineup of events at Lucas Oil Stadium, Gainbridge Fieldhouse, and the Indiana Convention Center.
During Visit Indy’s “State of Tourism” event, it celebrated all of the big things happening in Indianapolis in 2024 — and it’s expected to be a transformative year.
The City of Carmel announced last week it will spend $13 million to makeover the Monon between Midtown and Downtown Carmel.
We get it, frolicking in the snow isn’t for everyone. We’re rounding up some fun indoor activities for the wintertime — no coats necessary.
If you’re planning travel for 2024, there are lots of big events happening in Indianapolis that may make you want to stay in town.
Want to make sure you’re the best host + show your friends and family what Indy has to offer? Here’s an itinerary that’s sure to create some good times for out-of-towners.
The Lodge at Potato Creek will be about a 25 minute drive southwest of the city of South Bend + join the growing list of Indiana State Parks Inns.
Here’s the deal — the flea market and vintage shopping scene is stellar in Indy.
We’re getting ready for a once-in-a-lifetime event in Indianapolis.
Make your special day one to remember with these free birthday treats and unique ways to celebrate in Indianapolis.
From container homes to adventure forts, Indianapolis + central Indiana are full of special places to stay that offer guests a break from traditional motels and hotels.
Hoping for a little R+R, but don’t wanna travel far? Check out these staycation ideas.
The 143,500-sqft center expansion + construction of a new 800-room hotel, as part of a strategic plan for downtown growth, is officially underway.
This will be the first major renovation of the museum dedicated to the Indy 500 + all things racing in nearly 40 years.
The best four days in gaming returns to Indianapolis and we’re sharing everything you need to know so you don’t miss one of the biggest conventions the city hosts.
We’ve noticed a few things out of place around the Circle City + we’re sharing what we learned. Spoiler alert: gorillas, bat signals, and fragrant alleys are involved.
Dine out this summer with discounts on the state’s favorite sandwich.
Consider these our Hollywood signs.
We’ve removed the landmarks from this Circle City neighborhood so you can put your Hoosier knowledge to the test.
Whether you’re a history buff, art aficionado, or sports fan, these 15 museums in Indy have it all.
Explore a variety of enchanting wedding venues around Indianapolis with our comprehensive guide. From rustic historic buildings to elegant ballrooms, we make it easy for you to discover the perfect location for your dream wedding.
If you’ve visited the Bottleworks District recently, the construction work being done on 20+ acres of the area is hard to miss.
We’re sharing how the Indianapolis Zoo transformed its public entry to be a more streamlined + an educational experience for first-timers and members alike.
The founders of Frank’s Livery are leading the way with Indy’s first river-based recreational watercraft rental at Riverside Regional Park, where a renewal of nearly 900-acres of parkland is underway.
The “greatest spectacle in racing” is fast approaching — so we’re sharing everything you need to know before you go to the Indy 500.
The state’s largest outdoor music venue in the Indy area is getting some upgrades.
Hit the road and head to Fort Wayne — we’re sharing all the details about what to do and eat, plus where to stay.
Looking for an evening of suspense? Check out this trilogy of one-act plays based on the writings of three of the most celebrated masters of mystery.
Indy will be the eclipse capital of the Midwest in 2024 — here’s how the city will celebrate.
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Looking for ways to enjoy the Circle City as an older adult? We’ve got some ideas for you.
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