Marten House Hotel

1801 West 86th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46260, United States
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nightlife for under 21

by laurelp

I will be in Indy for the weenend and will have several 20 year old college kids wiht me Where can they get in at night? Playing cards in the hotel will NOTamuse them..........

Re: nightlife for under 21

by Leester

You might be in a bit of a pickle. My friend who lives in Fort Wayne (one hour north) says there's not much for the under-age crowd (the drinking age is 21 in Indy). Mostly they get together for house parties.

RE: nightlife for under 21

by crimcrop

The Emerson Theatre and the Fountain Square Theatre are both popular night spots which host bands and dances and are open to people under-21.

Club Extreme at 21st and Post Road is an under-21 dance club. The Volcano Room on the SouthEast side is another under-21 dance club.

There are various coffee houses with a lively social scene, and many young people go to them. One popular spot is the Abbey, which recently moved from its original Massachusettes Ave. location to Pennsylvania Street.

The House Cafe at Glendale Mall is a Christian youth coffee house for individuals interested in that atmosphere.

Travel Tips for Indianapolis

Visit the Broadripple...

by dzni

Visit the Broadripple Neighborhood or anyplace around the canal. Here you'll find plenty to do, with plenty of bars and clubs to coffee shops, comedy clubs, restaurants and cafes. Anyway, it's the ecletic part of Indy and there seems to be plenty to do here on the north side of the city. It's off of Keystone Ave (US 31) if you cross over at Westfield... also by Broadripple Ave.

Morris-Butler House

by deecat

We were too late to visit the Morris-Butler House, but I was able to take a photo from across the street. This is presented by the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana. It represents the architecture, history, culture, and society of nineteenth-century Indianapolis. On a guided tour of this elegantly restored home, they say you are able to experience life in the Victorian era.

There is a formal parlor, dining room, private rooms upstairs, and after your tour, you will know how a well-to-do family and their servants lived. The home has rare furniture, fine art, unique accessories, high-ceilinged rooms that are stenciled, and wallpapered.

For the people who live it Indianapolis, the home offers entertaining special events such as the "ritual of afternoon tea" or a "sinister historical figure up to no good" lucky to be able to participate in such history.
They also schedule holiday performances, seasonal exhibits, workshops, and lectures.

Group tours are available at special rates; they will customize group tours for special interests relating to antiques, decorative arts, and Victorian social history.

Hours: Wednesday-Saturday 10-3:30
February through December

closed on major holidays and month of January.

Admission: adults $5.00/senior $4.00/students and children%3.00; free parking

Buca di Beppo

by Kay_C about Buca di Beppo

This is a chain of Italian restaurants that is really a lot of fun. The food is served in family style portions so I suggest bringing along a lot of friends or be prepared to eat leftovers for several days. There are crazy things like the Pope Table which has a bust of the Pope in the center of the table and there is also the Kitchen Table where you actually eat in the kitchen. The decor is great and the atmosphere puts you in a great mood. 1893 Salad - Chicken Marsala - Garlic Mashed Potatoes - Tiramisu

Museum at Speedway

by KiKitC

Take your camera, with a full digital card, because the museum is cool. There are dozens of cars in here, from the first winner of the Indianapolis 500, origianl Harley Davidson cycles, classic cars and race history. You really get to see how the sport has changed over the years, and how our technology just keeps improving. If you're a race fan - euphoria. If you're not, you will be when you're here.

The Canalwalk

by dzni

I've actually never been here, but found some information about it very recently! It looks wonderful... there's actually a state park (White River State Park) aassociated with it. Anyway, it looks like a great recreational path that offers a nice view of the city. I plan to visit here next time I'm in Indy!


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Address: 1801 West 86th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46260, United States