Wingate Inn - Indianapolis Northwest

6240 InTech Commons Drive, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46278, United States
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We Were Not Able To See It All In A Week's Time

by deecat

One of our only regrets about Indianapolis is that we could not see all that we wished to see in a week's time. For instance, when we went on the Canal Walk, we had great intentions of visiting the Indianapolis Zoo. We reached it about 15 minutes before it closed. We did walk in and visit the Zoo Gift Shop, but we could not get to the main part of the zoo. What I do know about it is that it's large enough to be interesting and stimulating, but it is not so large that it's a chore and intimidating. It is about 64 acres, and the zoo is labeled as a "cageless" facility; it also has the state's largest aquarium. There is an enclosed dolphin and whale pavilion, and all the animals are in their natural habitats. There is supposed to be what they call a critter "encounter" area where kids can have a hands-on experience with all the small animals. The Zoo is open daily from nine until six from June 1-Labor Day; it's open nine to four the rest of the year. It cost $8.50 for adults; parking cost $2.00. We also had to pass by the beautiful Indiana State Museum because of time restraints. The museum was relocated in early 2002 to this brand-new facility in the White River State Park. It is supposed to be a spacious building that is constructed of locally sourced materials that includes Indiana limestone, sandstone, brick, steel, extruded aluminum, and glass.

The museum focuses on Indiana's natural and cultural history. It displays sports and the early days of radio.

Fortunately, Indianapolis is only four hours away, so we'll just have to return some day!

Scottish Rite Cathedral

by sambarnett

Constructed in 1927-29 by members of the Free and Accepted Masons, this Gothic cathedral and it's 212 foot tower stands tall on north side of Indy's downtown. According to Indiana: A New Historical Guide, "the architect designed the building using a basic measurement of 33 feet or multiples thereof, symbolizing Christ's time on earth, as well as the 33 Degrees of the Rite."

A Local Favorite

by deecat about Sahm's Restaurant in Fishers, Indiana

We were told by the people at our Bed and Breakfast to go to dinner at a place called Sahm's. We did go to eat there, and were so glad that we had listened to the locals. It was only about 5:30 in the afternoon when we went to eat. We had spent the entire day at Connor Prairie and were starving.

As you can see from the photograph, Sahm's is an attractive stone and brick building. The inside has a "cozy" feel to it even though it is large.

The service was excellent; our waitress was efficient and friendly. She was also quite helpful in our selections.

Usually Jill and I share, but this night we were really hungry. The menu was quite extensive so it was a difficult choice, but we finally made it...s* We ordered identical items. We ordered Greek Salads (which were large and delicious) and Cheese Quesidillas. They serve with each meal a slice of "cake" with cinnamon and nuts that is so excellent that I ordered a whole cake to take home to my husband!

It's obvious that Sahms is popular because the food and service are both excellent.

Any trip to Indianapolis would...

by Feff

Any trip to Indianapolis would not be complete without a visit to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The motor speedway ws built in 1909 and has gone many improvements over all these years. Home of the 'Indianapolis 500' the greatest spectacle in auto racing and the world's largest one day sporting event! The 500 is joined now by NASCAR's Brickyard 400 and more recently the United States Grand Prix. weather permitting and when the track is not in use there are bus tours around the 2.5 mile oval, as well as the Hall of Fame Museum which displays many winning cars and well as different memrobilia, antique cars and equipment. A flim about the tracks history is presented every have hour in the Rony Hulman Theater. The speedway also houses an 18 hole golf course and a hotel once just called the Indianapolis Motor Speedway hotel---or we just called it the 'Speedway' hotel, it is now appropriatly called Brickyard Crossing because the start finish line is still a row of bricks just as it was (as the entire track) in 1909.

Benjamin Harrison Home

by sambarnett

From the front porch of this Italianate-style home Benjamin Harrison gave a number of speeches, leading to his election to the Presidency in 1888. One of the United States' least distinguished Presidents, Harrison is best remembered for signing the Sherman Anti-Trust Act and being the grandson of the ninth President, William Henry Harrison.
   Before serving in Washington DC, Harrison ran a successful law practice and served from 1881-87 as a United States Senator. He returned to Indianapolis following his defeat in the 1892 Presidential election.

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Address: 6240 InTech Commons Drive, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46278, United States