Marriott Indianapolis North

3645 River Crossing Parkway, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46240, United States
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what are the new things there

by ilovecg

hi, im sarah. i have a questin for all these people. what are the new exipites for the Indianapolis Zoo and i dont know the new exipites. so can you tell me please.

Re: what are the new things there

by Beausoleil

http://www.indyzoo.com/content.aspx?cid=361

Here's the Indianapolis Zoo web site for Special Experiences. You can also click on the logo at the top left of the page and go to the Home Page with all kinds of information. Right now, they seem to be doing ZooBoo for Hallowe'en.

Have fun. I love the Indianapolis Zoo. Great fun!

Travel Tips for Indianapolis

Colts Country!

by amyj79indpls

Downtown is nice, Circle Center Mall in the center of downtown is something definitely not to miss out on, Circle Center feature some great stores like Nordstrom, Persian and other big names. We have an IMAX theater, Zoo, Canal and White River Gardens all accessible via Washington St....(West, do not go East...Very Ugly!) We just got a the new Lucas Oil Stadium that recently opened..GO COLTS! The very Center of the city is Monument Circle, a nice war monument surrounded by water fountains. You will also find downtown Conseco field house, the home of the Pacer's, a Hard Rock Cafe, Jillians, Have a Nice Day Cafe (which is actually a bar) and the infamous Slippery Noodle Blues bar. If you head north on College Ave, you will run into what we call Broadripple, this is most definitely party central! The Vogue is a big name in Broadripple as well as Rock Lobster...it is fun though.

Brickyard Crossing Golf Course

by BLSM

On the grounds of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is a 18 hole Championship golf course. Part of the course is inside the track area. There is a Inn with a full service resturant and lounge. There are blackout dates in May and August and September during race dates. Golf clubs are availble for rental.

I was only in Indianapolis for...

by 1sassyfemme

I was only in Indianapolis for a short time, but I had a chance to visit it's finest restaurant. St. Elmo's Steak House, which is named for the patron saint of sailors.
Not only is St. Elmo's in it's original location, it still as many of the original fixtures which gives dining here a certain charm. There is a 20,000 bottle wine cellar so, I'm sure there is something to suit every taste. Also, along the corridor to the dining area, there are pictures of all of the celebrities that have stopped in throughout St. Elmo's history. The shrimp cocktail is THE BEST! I was never a fan of horseradish until I had St. Elmo's shrimp cocktail...be careful with it though, too much and you'll lose a few tastebuds!

The children's museum would be...

by Ky_Happy_Dad

The children's museum would be a hit with kids of all ages. My boys, ages 3 and 6, had a great time and we stayed most of the day.
The museum is celebrating its 75th year. It is housed in a modern facility that was clean, open and airy, and less crowed that the museums in Chicago we visited later in the week.

The museum is five levels with an atrium in the middle. It is very well designed, with hands on displays for kids with a different focus in each area. The displays included the history of Indiana, mechanical things and science, trains (such as an old locomotive that came from Madison, Indiana), a room filled with musical instruments, and a room displaying culture from around the world. The museum has an old Merry-Go-Round, a planetarium, and a movie theatre that shows Omnivision films. While we were visiting, we saw a play presented in the theatre and a special exhibit about an Orlando themepark. One of the most unique things I saw in this museum was a 'rock climbing cliff' where the children climbed a realistic rock wall. Parents hold a safety rope, but the children power themselves up the wall. Arrive early to reserve a spot for rock climbing or a play.

American Legion Mall

by deecat

American Legion Mall is huge; it stretches for 2 blocks & is the newest, biggest, & most contemporary on the Indiana War Memorial Plaza. I enjoyed the vast space & open feeling.
I took an upclose photo at the Vietnam segment; it did not turn out. It is so "moving" with a "twin" segment on the Korean War. The two structures are each segments of a 12 & a half foot diameter, 25-foot tall cylinder. One side has engraved into it the names of the wars, & excerpts of letters written from soldiers to family & friends at home.
Indianapolis architect Patrick Brunner designed them out of limestone & granite.

The Vietnam segment is larger than the Korean because of all the people killed or missing in action. It says that 1,525 Hoosiers were killed in the Vietnam War & 927 Hoosiers were killed during the Korean War.

I had a lump in my throat as I read the poignant letters, knowing that these young men & women are now dead.

North of the Korean Section is the newest structure, the World War II Memorial. It is similar to both the Korean & Vietnam memorials. However, it is the 1st memorial on the Plaza to truly be a half-circle It is larger than the others because the war was larger. World War II was responsible for one-half million American deaths & half a million were wounded. Indiana lost about 12,000; 17,000 wounded.
It, too, has all the names of the dead engraved & soldier's letters. Unique to this Memorial is a free-standing column on the concave side listing the order of campaigns & operations..

Also at the American Legion Mall is the American Legion National Headquarters as shown in the photo, the Cenotaph Square (see tip), and a beautiful building called Building "B" 1925.

At the northern most end of the Historic district is the Marion County Public Library with its classic Greek Doric architectural design (1913-16) & made of Bedford, Indiana, limestone, but it is completely under construction at this time.

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Address: 3645 River Crossing Parkway, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46240, United States