Indianapolis Marriott Downtown

350 West Maryland Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46225, United States
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route around city

by dancergal

My daughter and I are coming from Idaho to Dayton for her new job. Everything looks like a straight shot. I was wondering if we come in by 74, is there a way around the city and traffic instead of going into the city.
Thanks. I am not at all familiar w the area.

Re: route around city

by riorich55

There really isn't too much traffic in Indianapolis, however I'm from the Chicago area so you'll have to take that statement with a grain of salt.

If you travel through Indy in non rush hour times (6:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.) or (4:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.) you should have no problem with this following route.

From I74 take I465 North to 38th Street. You will take 38th Street for less then a mile and then connect with I65 South. On the other side of downtown you will hook up with I70 East.

Going on country roads around Indy really won't be faster and will take you far from the path you want to take going to Dayton.

Re: route around city

by Dester

I was through here to my company's Indie terminal last week and the whole area is under construction. The I-70 on-ramp from 74/465 is closed and the ramp at 38th street was being repaved when I came through. Coming in from I-74/465s to I-70 traffic is being detoured to I-70 via the Sam Jones Expressway which is the best way through the city right now I think.

Re: route around city

by Dester

Oh, and watch your speed, the limit is 55mph and they have a lot of unmarked cars patrolling aggressively!

Travel Tips for Indianapolis

Summer Concert Season

by Ischyros

Summer is the season for concerts in Indianapolis with 2 large outdoor concert venues, Verizon Wireless Music Center and the Lawn at White River State Park, plus year round concerts at places like Conseco Fieldhouse and the Murat Theater. Verizon is located at the extreme edge of the suburbs in Noblesville, some 20 miles from downtown. The area surrounding the venue is building up quickly with a new mall just opening and a 16 screen theater plus IMAX. In fact, the Music Center was put up for sale last year as the land has become extremely valuable, but after no offers, the owners said "just kidding"! Not really, but they did come out and say they never intended to sell the place. Not really sure why it was for sale then. Lawn at White River State Park is located downtown at the White River State Park along the river and in front of the Indiana State Museum and NCAA Hall of Champions. The Lawn has featured performers such as Bob Dylan, Incubus, Bryan Adams, and many others. The 2008 season schedule is slowly being released.

For more information on these venues and a list of upcoming concerts, visit my individual pages for them in the Nightlife Section. (Coming Soon!)

Brickyard 400

by grkboiler

The Brickyard 400 is the NASCAR race that takes place every summer at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. I had never been to a NASCAR race before but my uncle got free tickets so I decided to drive down and check it out. I had a great time.

The crowd at a NASCAR race is different to say the least, but they are very passionate about their favorite drivers and very educated about this sport. If you ask anything about NASCAR they will be able to answer it. It is a good idea to get there early to get parking and spend some time taking in the atmosphere. Make sure you get there in time for the driver introductions as they parade around the track. Parking will be easy to find but expect to pay anywhere from $20 and up.

It is also a good idea to get your tickets ahead of time. Tickets cost anywhere from $35 to $85 and then more if you use a scalper. You can also get tickets to practice and qualifying on the days before the race.

Check the website for exact details of the next race.

Authentic Deli

by Toughluck about Shapiro's

You want really 'Deli' food? You don't have to go to New York. Shapiro's on the southside of downtown is the best Deli, and it's authentic. It's a breakfast and lunch place. Get in line and know what you want. I often stand out of line going over the menu. Full diner meals, sandwiches, kosher, all the right touches. But they move lots of people through during the lunch hours, so they don't give you much time to decide once in line.

The prices are high, but you get your full value. Examples:

Roast Turkey Sandwich: $7.30
Pastrami Sandwich: $9.60
Devilled Eggs: $2.50
Potato Sallad: $2.05 I still go for the Pastrami. There's nothing like the spiced taste of this preserved meat. wow.

Something for everyone

by spartan

The Indianapolis Zoo opened in White River State Park in 1988. The 64-acre attraction is one of few new zoos in the world to be built from the ground up. Its state-of-the-art facilities include the world's second largest, fully enclosed, environmentally controlled dolphin pavilion and the state's largest aquarium.

The Indianapolis Zoo is the only facility in the United States to be accredited as a zoological park, botanical garden, and aquarium. This “cageless” zoo features nearly 4,000 animals and 6,000 plants in simulated natural habitats.

Morton Statue at Monument Circle

by grkboiler

4 bronze statues of important figures in Indiana history surround the base of the monument.

At the southeast corner is the statue of Oliver P. Morton, by Franklin Simmons. Morton (1823-1877) was the governor of Indiana during the Civil War and was very popular for his efforts to care for soldiers.

The plaque reads:

Oliver P. Morton. "The War Governor" of Indiana. War of the Rebellion. 1861-1865.

See the following tips for info about the rest of the statues.


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Address: 350 West Maryland Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46225, United States