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What Are The Most Popular Amenities in Indianapolis?

Top Rental Amenities in Indianapolis

Check above for the most common and the least popular rental amenities in Indianapolis, and pick the one that fits your preference easily. In Indianapolis, 580 rentals offer Internet or Wifi, 496 rentals offer Air Conditioning, 482 rentals offer TV. So, if you need Internet or Wifi during your vacation, use the Internet or Wifi filter to compare these properties. Two amenities that are not typical are Hot Tub, Pool.

How Does The Vacation Home Rental Price Look Like in Indianapolis?

Vacation House & Apartment Rental Price Information in Indianapolis

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What Are The Most Liked Rental Accommodations in Indianapolis?
Rental Accommodation Info in Indianapolis
In Indianapolis, 44.59% of listings are House, which is the most popular accommodation out of 16 total accommodation types. Avg price per night for House is around $244. And the most searched amenities for House accommodation is Hot Tub.The least popular accommodation in Indianapolis is Bungalow rentals
How Many Accommodations Are Not Pets Friendly in Indianapolis?
Pets Allowed vs Not Allowed in Indianapolis
9.65% of vacation homes in Indianapolis are pet friendly. Either you bring your loved pets on vacation or you have pet allergies, make sure to select the homes by applying the right filters.
Best Tourist Attractions in Indianapolis?
Points of Interests In Indianapolis
When you have only limited times to spend in Indianapolis, we highly recommend you to visit those famous places: The Children's Museum of Indianapolis, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, THE VIRGINIA B. FAIRBANKS ART & NATURE PARK: 100 ACRES AT NEWFIELDS, Fort Harrison State Park, Indianapolis Zoo, Soldiers & Sailors Monument, Indiana World War Memorial, Indiana State Museum, Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site, White River State Park, Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum, Eagle Creek Park, Eiteljorg Museum, The USS Indianapolis National Memorial, Central Canal, Military Park, Circle Of Lights, American Legion Mall, The Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Indiana Statehouse, Opti-Park Indianapolis, Northside Opti Park, Dan Wakefield Park, Marott Park, Broad Ripple Park Family Center, Holliday Park, Bill Brink Memorial Garden, Blickman Educational Trail Park, Holliday Park Nature Center, Broad Ripple Village Association.
Where Are The Good Trails in Indianapolis?
Must Visit Trails In Indianapolis
Here are the trails we recommend in Indianapolis: Holliday Park Trail, Boy Scout Fit Trail, Pleasant Run Trail, Pennsy Trail, Canal Walk, Monon Rail Trail, Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Central Canal Towpath, South Westway Park Trail, Ronald Reagan Bike Trail.
Where Are The Campgrounds in Indianapolis Area?
Top Rated Campgrounds In Indianapolis
The best RV campgrounds here in Indianapolis are: Mounds Campground, Anderson / Muncie KOA, Heartland Resort Campground, River Road Park, Indianapolis KOA, Indiana State Fairgrounds Campground, Lake Haven Retreat Campground, Johnson County Park Campground, Old Mill Run Park Campground, White Rock HBO Campsite.
What are the Airports in Indianapolis?
Airports Options in Indianapolis
1 airport(s) close to Indianapolis are: Indianapolis International Airport (IND).
What does the calendar look like for local events & festivals in Indianapolis?
Local Events & Festivals

Indianapolis 500

It was the first long-distance race in the history of the United States. It was held at Indianapolis on May 30, 1911.

What are the must-visit places in Indianapolis?
Must See Attractions

Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Hall of Fame Museum: you can visit famous tracks or visit museums dedicated to racing.

Address: 4750 w 16th st, Indianapolis, in 46222-2550

Business hours: 9:00-17:00

White River State Park: the zoo, aquarium, and botanical garden of Baihe state park have 2000 kinds of animals and 2000 kinds of plants, with a beautiful natural environment. Playing roller coaster, intimate contact with sharks, feeding Australian parrot, will make you happy.

Address: 1200 West Washington St. Indianapolis, in 46222

Business hours: Sunday - Thursday 9:00-17:00, Friday 9:00-19:00, closed on Saturday

How to plan 1 or 2 or 3-day trip itineraries in Indianapolis?
Trip Planning

One Day Trip Itinerary

Friendly, fashionable, warm, that's Indianapolis. You can start your day with breakfast at the "farm direct" restaurant. The food here is from the fertile soil of Indiana, which is just a short distance away. Then visit the local fashion store. Finally, enjoy more than 60 outstanding public works of art in Indianapolis, which are also the best places to take photos.

Watch the show at Fountain Square and you'll be shocked by the extraordinary performance. Visit one of the oldest neighborhoods in Indianapolis, where you'll find great art galleries, avant-garde music, and the best cafes. Then go to the wholesale district to watch a game, just a few blocks away from the three state-of-the-art open-air and indoor stadiums, home to the Indianapolis Colts, the Indiana Pacers, and the minor league Indianapolis Indians.

Across the street is White River State Park, which has 80 hectares of green space in the center of the city, waiting for you to explore. People here either jog, roller skate, or ride bicycles, enjoying outdoor life in this big park in the center of the city. On a hot summer day, you'll see people rowing boats, gondolas, and kayaks on the central canal. Stroll down Georgia Street, a pedestrian boardwalk lined with dozens of fast-food trucks, allowing you to follow the fragrance and leave contentedly.

Best of all, it was very easy. Indianapolis was the first to build a cultural trail. The treaty's 13-kilometer long pedestrian street connects the Cultural District of Indianapolis, allowing all visitors to see the city from a new perspective.

After a day's play, relax and have a cool beer. Nightlife doesn't end there. You can go to the 1933 lounge and watch a blues performance here.

Indianapolis union station has more than 7000 hotel rooms within walking distance, all located in the city center, so you can rest after the night. Come by plane? Don't worry. Indianapolis Airport was named "best airport in North America" by the Airports Council International, and it takes only 15 minutes to get downtown by taxi.

What are the nightlife spots in Indianapolis?
Nightlife Spots

1933 Lounge: above the famous St. Elmo Steakhouse is the 1933 lounge, where you can watch a blues performance. The lounge is the home of John Dillinger, the "green bandit," and now has many Hollywood actors and sports stars.

Address: 127 s Illinois St, Indianapolis, in 46225-1079

What are the activities in Indianapolis that are family friendly?
Family Friendly Activities

Indianapolis Children's Museum: a museum for children of all stages, with a five-story exhibition and a seven-acre sports complex. For families, it is educational, interesting, interactive and accessible

Address: 3000 n meridian st, Indianapolis, in 46208-4716

Where to visit in order to explore art and culture in Indianapolis?
Art & Culture Places

Indiana State Museum: starting from the formation of the earth, the museum tells about the development history of Indiana. It not only has geological features such as landform and geographical structure but also has cultural content of daily life. Meteorites from the sky, the early steam trains, the independence movement of the black people, and the home life of the American people are all in all aspects. The local people's diachronic clothing, food, housing, interior decoration, and so on represent the epitome of the development history of the United States. It's worth visiting. It's a window to learn more about American culture.

Address: 650 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, in, 46204

Business hours: Tuesday - Sunday: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m

What are the travel peak seasons in Indianapolis?
Peak Seasons

It is a continental climate, cold in winter but not long, hot in summer, warm in spring and autumn but short. The average temperature in January is about -3 degrees below zero. In July, the average temperature is about 24 degrees, and the highest temperature is 30 degrees.

How to get around in Indianapolis?
Transportations

Indianapolis Airport has been named the best airport in North America by the International Airport Association. It takes only 15 minutes to get downtown by taxi. Indianapolis is the central and Western Railway freight hub, where interstate 65, 69, 70, and 74 meet, and interstate 465 is a ring expressway. It's called the crossroads of America. There is a united station of American Railway Corporation in the city. It is one of the oldest united stations in the United States. It still provides railway passenger service. The only public transport in the city is indygo bus company.

Where are the hidden gems or unique spots to visit in Indianapolis?
Hidden Gems

International orangutan Center

Watch the chimpanzees interact and climb in the world's leading exhibition hall, and see them swing in the air nearly 25 meters high. The center is committed to stimulating the physical, social, and intellectual abilities of orangutans. As an international research center, it also undertakes the task of deeply understanding this extraordinary species of orangutans.

Address: 1200 West Washington St. Indianapolis, in 46222

Business hours: Sunday - Thursday 9:00-17:00, Friday 9:00-19:00, closed on Saturday

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