Indianapolis: Go to a Sports Game
Indianapolis is the capital and most populous city of Indiana, United States. It is located in the East North Central region of the Midwestern United States. The population within the city limits was 874,168 as of 2017. Indianapolis is one of only 12 U.S. cities that hosts professional sports teams from all four major professional leagues (NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL). This means there are plenty of things to do in Indianapolis when you’re not at a game! Here’s our guide for sports fans visiting Indy:
Visit Lucas Oil Stadium- Home to the Colts and Pacers, this stadium is a must for any sports fan!
Attend an Indianapolis Indians Game- The AAA minor league affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates, this team has been around since 1902.
See Pacers Play at Bankers Life Fieldhouse- Enjoy some great NBA action in downtown Indy! Also, make sure to attend the Indiana Pacers Golf Tournament- One of two summer golf tournaments hosted by the Pacers each year.
Visit Monument Circle – Home to historic art and architecture (and most importantly, a home to some of the city’s best restaurants and bars!)
Watch an Indy Eleven Game – The newest professional sports team in Indianapolis, this soccer club is a great option for those who don’t want to spend their time at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Visit Bankers Life Fieldhouse- Home to Indiana University Men’s Basketball team.
Play at Victory Field – One of the oldest minor league baseball stadiums in America and home to the Indianapolis Indians (AAA affiliate of Pittsburgh Pirates), you’ll want to make time for a game while you’re here!
Last but not least, make sure to visit Indianapolis Motor Speedway- Home of the Indy 500 and one of the most famous motorsports venues in America.