Other than racing, there is much to see in Indianapolis. One popular spot favorite amongst charter bus visitors is the Garfield Park Conservatory and Sunken Garden. As the oldest park in Indianapolis, this regional city park is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Located at the junction ofPleasant Run and Bean Creeks rivers close to the south side of Indianapolis, Garfield Park is 128-acres large.
Serenity at its best at the Conservatory and Sunken Gardens
The Conservatory and Sunken Garden is situated on a 10,000 square-foot area at the eastern part of Garfield Park. Designed by landscape architect George Edward Kessler, the Sunken Garden is aEuropean-styled formal garden featuring beautiful landscaped and well kept foliage, with three fountains, benches and quaint paved brick walkways.
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