Indiana’s capital city of Indianapolis plays host to more than 20 million visitors a year, many of whom come to the city using the services of a charter bus. Although residents and charter bus visitors alike frequently battle freezing conditions during the winter months, temperatures in the summer typically reach the 70s and 80s between May and September. Indianapolis features its share of outdoor attractions and activities, many of which offer family-friendly settings, and one of the best ways of getting in and around Indianapolis is with a bus, charter bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus chartered from Charter Bus Indianapolis.
Located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, the Indiana State Museum is easily reached by charter bus, and lies just five minutes from the state capitol on foot. The three-story museum chronicles the history of the Hoosier state, including everything from a prehistoric archeology collection featuring 30,000 specimens and an Americana collection highlighting such items as 2,800-plus Indiana sports uniforms. After that, you can take your charter bus over to the Indianapolis Museum of Art, which sits about one mile from the campus of Butler University. This museum features over 50,000 works of art, including ancient Mediterranean, African and Asian pieces.
The Indianapolis Zoo, located within White River State Park, is a firm charter bus visitor favorite, especially if there are kids on the charter bus. The zoo houses red pandas, polar bears, Grand Cayman blue iguanas and a touch pool filled with dog sharks. The zoo also features White River Gardens, a 3.3-acre botanical garden with more than 1,000 different plants. For a charter bus visit no kid will forget, The Children's Museum of Indianapolis, the largest in the world of its kind, sits three miles away by charter bus from the heart of the downtown region. Outfitted with 11 galleries, museum exhibits include recreated, life-size dinosaurs made from fossils, a 1917 carousel, a 20-foot rock wall for climbing and a fantasy forest that educates young ones on animals and plant life.
Perhaps the most famous single place in Indiana is the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. A short charter bus ride outside of downtown, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway plays host to the annual Indianapolis 500. The 1,025-acre facility also features the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame, with 75 cars on display. Charter bus visitors to Indianapolis can tour the track, visit the Hall of Fame Museum and see the the Yard of Bricks at the start and finish line. The Hall of Fame Museum, designated as a National Historic Landmark, features racetrack photographs and 75 vehicles ranging from Indy 500 winners to rare automobiles, such as one of the world's only three 1935 Duesenberg Model JN convertibles.
Take a trip to Indiana and visit Indianapolis using a charter bus from Charter Bus Indianapolis. Charter Bus Indianapolis can help you arrange a fun filled trip with their friendly, personalized service and fleet of fully equipped charter buses.