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Indianapolis, Indiana

Indiana’s capital city, located in Marion County, is the 2nd largest city in the Midwest. Indianapolis’ and Marion County joined forces governmentally in 1970 to create what is known as Unigov, wherein the city and county rule together. Indianapolis/Marion County’s Unigov consists of 25 elected city-county council members, overseen by the Mayor.

Fun Facts about Indianapolis

Famous author, Kurt Vonnegut, was born in Indianapolis. In June of 1977, Elvis performed his final concert in Market Square Arena. The arena was closed in 1999 and, to the dismay of many fans, was demolished in 2001. The Indy Children’s Museum houses a dinosaur’s skull that is reminiscent of a dragon. Allowing children to decide the name of this “new” species, the name “Dracorex hogwartsia” was the victor; however, it has since been discovered that this specific dinosaur may have only been a specific age/stage of development in the pachycephalosaur life-span.

Annual Events in Indianapolis

Home of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, this city has no shortage of fun, racing-centered events throughout the season. Each May, the Indy 500; every June, the Brickyard Invitational. Those who’d rather run will appreciate the annual marathons in this city, such as the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure and the Carmel Marathon.

Things to Do in Indianapolis

No visit to Indianapolis would be complete without seeing the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument, located within the War Monument Historical District. Taking in an Indians minor league baseball game at Victory Field is an excellent way to spend an afternoon. For those who enjoy football, the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts play all home games at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Places to Eat in Indianapolis

St. Elmo Steak House first opened its doors in 1902. While the décor has been updated through the years, the food remains classic. Upstairs, the 1933 Lounge provides the quintessential pre-prohibition ambiance, with classic spirits of the era. If simply looking for a place to grab a pizza, Jockamo Upper Crust Pizza will serve the need, and then some, with an exceptional pizza and dessert menu where no item is over $12.

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