Visit Indy for the ICF Midwest Regional Conference

Indianapolis, or as the locals call it, Indy, is a great home for our ICF Midwest Regional Conference.  Here are some great reasons to come and explore the city during, before, or after the conference:

  • The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis:  The world’s largest children’s museum with interactive activities, fun for all ages.  To learn more go to:  https://www.childrensmuseum.org/
  • Mass Ave Arts District:  Known affectionately as Mass Ave, this five-block area is ripe with theaters, restaurants, art galleries and, most attractively for shoppers, a number of eclectic, independent boutiques. You’ll encounter unique finds on each block, from Stout’s Shoes (the nation’s oldest shoe store, established in 1886), to Silver In The City/At Home In The City (offering silver jewelry and unique gift items), to The Best Chocolate In Town (which is fairly self-descriptive).
  • Conner Prairie:  A recreated 19th-century village on 200 acres explores Indiana’s past through interactive exhibits.  More at:  http://www.connerprairie.org/
  • Indianapolis Motor Speedway:  Whether it’s a day at the track, or exploring the museum, it’s a timeless tradition for race fans and sports fans alike.
  • Lucas Oil Stadium:  Home of the NFL team, the Indianapolis Colts.  It is a state-of-the-art retractable roof multi-purpose venue which features spectacular views of the downtown Indianapolis skyline. The stadium seats over 63,000 for football games and other events.

For more information on things to do, where to eat, and where to stay check out: http://www.visitindy.com/

Enjoy your time in Indy – it’s sure to be a fantastic conference and venue to enjoy!

Children's Museum of Indianapolis

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is the world’s largest children’s museum. It is located at 3000 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, United States, in the United Northwest Area neighborhood of the city

Recreated 19th-century village on 200 acres explores Indiana's past through interactive exhibits.

Recreated 19th-century village on 200 acres explores Indiana’s past through interactive exhibits.

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