Clarion Inn And Suites Northwest

7001 Corporate Drive, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46278-1938, United States
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President Benjamin Harrison Home

by deecat

A really great tour of the Benjamin Harrison House only cost $6.00 or $5.00 for seniors. We had an excellent tour guide; it was obvious that he loves his job.

Benjamin Harrison was 23rd President of the United States. His grandfather, William Henry Harrison was the 9th president of the US, and his father, John Scott Harrison represented Ohio for 2 terms in the US Congress. Perhaps he was destined to be in politics?

As a 21-year-old, Benjamin came to Indianapolis & began to practice law. He was married to Caroline Lavinia Scott, and they had a son named Russell and a daughter named Mary.
\His home is a sixteen room Italianate Victorian house that was built in 1874-75. During his campaign for president, he gave 80 "front porch" speeches to citizens who came to his home on Delaware Street.

After his presidency, he returned to the home and had extensive redecorating done. His wife had died, and he married Mary Lord Dimmick; they had a daughter named Elizabeth. Harrison died in his home in 1901.

We had close access to this home and could walk into most rooms. Most of the furniture is original as are the carpets and lighting. It's a beautiful home with a fascinating history.

On the third floor, they have made an interesting museum where visitors can pretend to be immigrants coming to America. We certainly enjoyed that portion of the tour.

The original carriage building was torn down, and a parking lot was built. They decided to rebuild that building, and when they took up the asphalt, they found the foundation and other important objects that made it possible to recreate the original. It has an original Auto carriage, a winter sleigh, and a Sufferage Museum in it.
With all this history and architecture, Jill and I really loved this tour.


by gkitzmil

I grew up within walking distance of this little community. Now it is known as a place to go for bars (especially bars for the young drink and pewk crowd) but also a few nice restaurants and antique shops....

Tucked away in the old residential area is a great little brewpub with great beers.

840 E. 65th Street

Best Pizza in Indy

by staindesign about Puccini's

This place is awesome. The best pizza in a really comfortable atmosphere. The pizza is quite gourmet, I love pizza so I am very serious about a good pizza. I make my own usually b/c it is hard to find a good pizza, but this place tastes better than mine and the ingredients are of high quality. I respect their pizza dough, they don't use bleached flour; you can feel good about what you are eatting. They are always rated as the top pizza in Indy, and they are really growing with 11 locations now. 6 here in Indy, 2 in Lafette(purdue-area), 2 in Bloomington(IU), and now 1 in Louisville, KY.

The service is relaxed, they aren't in a big hurry. So go to relax at night, but lunch is great and fast if you need it to be! They have amazing pizza, salad, soda special.

Lunch - under $10
Dinner - $11 - $20 The two pizzas that I love are: King of Hearts - w/ articokes & Margarita- fresh sliced roma tomatos, basil, fontina cheese (w/ canadian bacon added-extra)

The best salad is the BBQ chicken salad- It is amazing!

Eiteljorg Museum

by Jim_Eliason

The museum is dedicated to the culture and art of the Native Americans. The museum is still under construction and should be fully populated by the summer of 2005. If you only have time to see one thing in Indianapolis this should be it.

White River Canal Walk

by djramey

The newest and most romantic place in Indianapolis is the White River Canal Walk. Though the White River has obviously flowed through this great city for many and many years, Indianapolis just cleaned it up and made it into a two sided river walk (or jog if you go during the day). Making up a 10 and a 1/2 block area between 11th and Washington Streets, the canal walk was refurbushed for the citizens and visitors in 1996.

With gardens, fountains, and some of the best views of Indianapolis, the canal walk is a can't miss when visiting the city. Perfect at dusk for those romantically involved, and a great place for the family in the day when wanting to look at the Indianapolis landscape. There is no swimming though and rightfully so. The canal walk will take you to all of the major destinations in White River State Park like the Indiana State Museum, the Eiteljorg Museum, the NCAA Hall of Champions, and much much more. You can even rent bicycles for 1 or 2 or even 4 people. Make sure you hit the path with camera in hand.


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Address: 7001 Corporate Drive, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46278-1938, United States