About Indianapolis, IN

Moving to Indianapolis, IN? Just visiting?

Indianapolis has many nicknames such as “Circle City”, “Indy”, and even the “Heart of America”. It’s also referred to as the “Amateur Sports Capital of the World”, since it is home to the NCAA headquarters. Since 1911, the city has hosted the the Indianapolis 500 Mile Race, lending it the nickname “Racing Capital of the World”. Indianapolis is full of unique activities. Use this guide to help you plan your trip to the capital of Indiana.

 
 

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Indianapolis History

In 1821, Indianapolis was founded as Indiana’s state capital. Into the turn of the century it expanded as a regional transport city because of its central location to Chicago, Cincinnati, Columbus, Louisville, and St. Louis. In the 1990s, the city underwent a major revitalization project to develop downtown and surrounding areas. In modern day, the city is still growing with the emergence of key industries and an increasing standard of living.

 

Indianapolis Weather

Located in central Indiana, Indianapolis has an average annual temperature of 52.1° F. Summers are warm and winters are cold due to polar winds. Ample amounts of rain and snow throughout the year limit the amount of dry spells in the area.

 

Indianapolis Transportation

The Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation, known as IndyGo, provides public bus transit services which are available to the people of Marion County, whether you a resident or just visiting. The Indianapolis International Airport serves many travelers coming and going from the city and many surrounding areas.

 

Cost of Living in Indianapolis

Indianapolis has been listed as one of the most affordable housing markets in the country. Take a look at these links to see how Indianapolis fits your budget.

 

Indianapolis Schools

Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) strives to secure their students’ educational success by offering more Magnet programs than any other school district in Indiana. IPS has 62 schools ranging from elementary to high schools, community schools and more.

 

Indianapolis Real Estate

In addition to urban and suburban real estate, Indianapolis also has Eco-friendly villages to choose from in your search for housing. Use the links below to see all of your options.

 

Indianapolis Hotels

The hotels in downtown Indianapolis reflect the unique city plan. Their unique construction is fun for any visitor’s trip to the Circle City.

 

Indianapolis Restaurants

Restaurants in Indianapolis specialize in anything from American favorites to exotic Mediterranean dishes. A great way to explore the many neighborhoods of Indianapolis is through their diverse restaurants.

 

Things To Do in Indianapolis

Finding things to do in Indianapolis is as simple as walking around the city. History buffs will enjoy Monument Circle. Families will love the world’s largest children’s museum. Any Indianapolis visitor will enjoy the many cultural districts, shopping centers, and more.

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