Find Family Entertainment near East Indy
Nicknamed the Crossroads of America, Indianapolis is connected by four major interstates, making it easy to access all of the area’s best things to do. Drive west on Washington Street to get to downtown, where you can find destinations like the Indiana Convention Center, only 15 minutes from the Country Inn & Suites. To avoid the city commotion, go south on I-465 to have a frighteningly good time at Hanna Haunted Acres. If you’re traveling with the kids, the Indianapolis Zoo and Children’s Museum Indianapolis are perfect for family outings. Are you a sports fan? Watch the races at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, catch a fly ball at Victory Field, or cheer on the Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium.
- Indiana Convention Center (ICC) (7.1 miles)
One of the largest convention centers in the country, the ICC boasts more than 566,000 square feet of exhibit space and welcomes visitors from around the world. This mammoth complex is also connected to Lucas Oil Stadium and a four-story shopping mall.
Phone: +1 (317) 262-3400
- Indiana State Fairgrounds & Event Center (9.7 miles)
First opened to the public in 1892, this facility has hosted more than 115 state fairs as well as thousands of concerts, conventions, trade shows and more.
Phone: +1 (317) 927-7500
- Hanna Haunted Acres (7.2 miles)
Do you enjoy a good scare? Stop by this spooky hot spot to experience the Field of Fiends corn maze, a haunted hayride or a simulated zombie outbreak. Hanna Haunted Acres is only open from September to November.
Phone: +1 (317) 357-0881
- Greatimes Family Fun Park (7.5 miles)
At Greatimes, the name says it all. Speed around the go-kart track, get a hole in one on the mini golf course, and soak your friends on the bumper boats ride.
Phone: +1 (317) 780-0300
- Indianapolis Zoo (12 miles)
You can spend all day at this AZA-accredited zoo, which features nearly 31,000 plants and 1,400 animals from across five distinct biomes.
Phone: +1 (317) 630-2001
- Children’s Museum Indianapolis (12.5 miles)
This isn’t just any ordinary children’s museum; it’s the largest in the world! Bring your little ones to explore more than 120,000 artifacts spread across 472,900 square feet of space.
Phone: +1 (317) 334-4000
- Soldiers & Sailors Monument (10 miles)
Constructed in 1902 to commemorate the armed forces, this monument stands at the center of downtown Indy. See if you can find the statue of Civil War-era governor Oliver P. Morton or military officer William Henry Harrison, who served as the ninth president of the United States.
Phone: +1 (317) 232-7615
- Canal Walk (12 miles)
Stroll alongside the Indiana Central Canal for spectacular views of the city. This waterside promenade is also perfect for cycling, jogging or riding pedal boats, which you can rent near the Indiana State Museum.
Phone: +1 (317) 233-2434
- Bankers Life Fieldhouse (10.3 miles)
Sit in the stands at Bankers Life Fieldhouse to watch the Indiana Pacers pass down the court. If you’re not a fan of basketball, this arena also plays host to performers like Katy Perry and Billy Joel.
Phone: +1 (317) 917-2727
- Victory Field (11.1 miles)
Hit up the concessions stand for a bratwurst and beer, and then settle in for an exciting baseball game between the Indianapolis Indians and one of their minor league rivals.
Phone: +1 (317) 269-3545
- Lucas Oil Stadium (12 miles)
Join 67,000 other football fans to watch the Indianapolis Colts battle it out with another NFL team at Lucas Oil Stadium, a state-of-the-art facility with a retractable roof and 1.8 million square feet of space.
Phone: +1 (317) 262-8600
- Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) (14.8 miles)
Rev up your engine and head to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for some fast-paced fun. Home to the famous Indy 500, the IMS is considered by many to be one of the greatest race courses in the world.
Phone: +1 (317) 492-8500
- Greyhound Bus Station (10.7 miles)
- Yellow Cab Indianapolis (14.9 miles)
- Indianapolis International Airport (24 miles)
- Community Health Pavilion Washington
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