Indianapolis’ tremendous growth as a business center and its reputation as an amateur sports capital have caught the attention of cities all across the nation.
In its passion for sports, the city also has notable art museums worth exploring, the Lockerbie Square district downtown with its renovated Victorian homes on cobblestone streets; the shops along Massachusetts Avenue downtown; and Broad Ripple Village, a canal-side neighborhood with boutiques, restaurants, and nightlife.
Indianapolis is the amateur sports center of America, it has professional teams, the Indianapolis 500, first-rate museums and even a downtown canal.
Attractions include the American Cabaret Theatre - Indianapolis' premier musucal theatre and most exciting choice for live, quality entertainment is located in the historic Athenaeum building in downtown.
As far as food is concerned, you can savor the best in American and International cuisine in open-air cafés, old-fashioned festivals and fine restaurants.
For nightlife, the Broad Ripple Village, is where the local yuppies, college students, and high school cool kids go for weekend fun.
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