Children’s Museum

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is no ordinary kids museum. As one of the largest museums of its kind on the planet, this massive museum features five floors packed with interactive exhibits and hands-on activities for children and families. Learn about culture and art from around the world in the Global Village, dig up dinosaur bones in DinoQuest, explore outer space in Beyond Spaceship Earth, and much more. With almost half a million square feet of exhibits, you’ll need a full day to experience it all. The Children’s Museum is located just north of downtown Indianapolis along North Meridian Street. With its massive size and soaring entryways, it’s hard to miss! Public transportation doesn’t directly serve the museum, so having your own transportation is best. Parking is available on-site for a fee.

Address: 3000 N. Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN 46208

Phone: (317) 334-3322

Tour the Indy 500 Track

You can’t visit the racing capital of the world without seeing its most iconic track! The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is home of the Indy 500 and the largest seating capacity sports venue in the world. Daily bus tours take you around the massive speedway where you’ll learn insider info and stories behind the famous track and venue. See the iconic Yard of Bricks start/finish line, kiss the bricks for good luck, and visit the Hall of Fame Museum to see historic race cars. The Speedway is located about 6 miles northwest of downtown Indianapolis. With its massive parking lots, renting a party bus is the perfect hassle-free way to get your group there. After your tour, celebrate with a meal at nearby restaurants or head to downtown Indianapolis for more fun.

Address: Indianapolis Motor Speedway 4790 W. 16th St. Indianapolis, IN 46222

Phone: (317) 492-8500

Monon Trail

Stretching nearly 30 miles, the Monon Trail is a rails to trails project turned mixed-use path perfect for walking, running, biking or blading through Indianapolis and its northern suburbs. Built along the former Monon railroad corridor, the paved trail is mainly flat and easily accessible, passing through parks, neighborhoods and commercial areas. Rent bikes or blades in Broad Ripple and ride south to downtown Indianapolis, or start in the heart of the city and head north through shaded suburbs. With several trailheads and access points along the route, your party bus can easily drop your group off to start your Monon adventure. Or park at one of the free Monon Trail parking lots and use your bus as a support vehicle to carry extra gear, water and provide transportation between stops. However you explore it, the Monon Trail offers a unique way to experience Indianapolis.

World’s First Zoo

Long before modern zoos like San Diego and St. Louis opened, the first zoo in the United States was founded right in Indianapolis. Opening in 1864, the Indianapolis Zoo has a long and storied history in animal conservation and education. Today its 64 lushly landscaped acres are home to over 1,400 animals including orangutans, lions, tigers, penguins and more. Don’t miss the Dolphin Adventure show and the state-of-the-art Simon Skoda International Orangutan Center. Located just north of downtown Indianapolis off West Washington Street, the zoo has ample parking available. For hassle-free transportation, let your Indianapolis party bus bring your group directly to the zoo’s front entrance. After exploring the exhibits, hop back on your rental for lunch at a nearby restaurant or for your next Indianapolis destination.

Address: 1200 W. Washington St. Indianapolis, IN 46222

Phone: (317) 630-2001

Indianapolis Museum of Art

For art lovers, no trip to Indianapolis is complete without a visit to the Indianapolis Museum of Art. The museum’s expansive galleries house a renowned collection of art spanning 5,000 years of human history. See iconic works from Monet, Renoir, Picasso and Warhol, plus Asian, African, American and European art. The museum’s 152 acre campus also includes historic homes like Oldfields–Lilly House & Gardens and The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park. The Indianapolis Museum of Art is located about 5 miles north of downtown along Michigan Road. With your Indianapolis party bus, you’ll have hassle-free transportation to both the museum’s main entrance and to the park’s various trailheads for exploration on foot.

Address: 4000 Michigan Road Indianapolis, IN 46208

Phone: (317) 923-1331

White River State Park

Situated just west of downtown Indianapolis, White River State Park covers 250 acres along the scenic White River waterfront. Attractions here include the Indianapolis Zoo, Indianapolis Museum of Art, NCAA Hall of Champions, Congressional Medal of Honor Memorial and more. Joggers, walkers and cyclists flock to White River’s 12 miles of paved trails that connect many of its cultural attractions. Paddleboat cruises and gondola rides along the water also available. Have your Indianapolis party bus drop your group at White River State Park’s visitor center, then set out on foot or bike to explore the attractions. With so much to do mere steps from downtown Indianapolis, White River State Park makes it easy to experience the city’s natural beauty.

Address: 801 W. Washington St. Indianapolis, IN 46204

Phone: (317) 233-2434

Eiteljorg Museum

Immerse yourself in Native American and Western art and culture at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art. This downtown Indianapolis museum houses an acclaimed collection of Native American art and artifacts from 75 tribes, plus Western paintings, sculptures and cultural items from frontier America. Hands-on exhibits like the Interactive Wigwam bring history to life. The newly expanded museum campus also includes gardens, an outdoor event lawn and walking trails along the scenic Central Canal. Finding parking downtown near museums and attractions can be difficult, making a party bus rental ideal. Have your Indianapolis transportation drop you at the Eiteljorg Museum’s front entrance, then relax on your air conditioned coach when you’re done exploring. Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art

Address:  500 W. Washington St. Indianapolis, IN 46204

Phone: (317) 636-9378

Garfield Park Conservatory

Escape the cold at the stunning Garfield Park Conservatory. Opened in 1932, this historic conservatory houses an array of exotic plants from around the world across ten different indoor garden spaces. See rare orchids, blooming flowers, tropical palms, desert plants and more in themed areas like the English Garden Room, Palm House and Desert House. Outside, explore the Conservatory’s Sunken Gardens, rose garden, outdoor performing arts space and more. Garfield Park Conservatory is located in Indy’s Garfield Park neighborhood, just minutes from downtown. Have your party bus shuttle comfortably transport your group directly to the front entrance and avoid the hassle of crowded street parking.

Address: 2450 S. Shelby St. Indianapolis, IN 46203

Phone: (317) 327-7184

Plan Your Trip With Indianapolis Party Bus Company

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