Indianapolis, IN – Must See’s

    man-people-walking-park-largeOn cold damp, late winter days like today thoughts tend to shift to warmer times. Warmer days will soon be here in Indianapolis, IN. In addition to any spring cleaning you get done on your Indianapolis, IN home make sure to get out and enjoy all that our city has to offer. VisitIndy.com has a large list of local favorites for tourists and locals alike. Here is a sampling of some of the best.

    White River State Park. The only cultural urban state park, White River State Park offers a unique blend of green space and cultural attractions such as the Zoo, White River Gardens and several Museums. Ride a bike, rent a boat, or go on foot, there is plenty to explore! 801 W. Washington Street, Indianapolis.

    Indy Island at Raymond Park. Nice weather isn’t required to swim at Indy Island! This all indoor aquatic park features several pools, slides, and a hot tub. The whole family will enjoy. 8575 E. Raymond Street, Indianapolis.

    Mass Ave Arts District. Known to locals as Mass Ave, this five-block area is ripe with theaters, shops, restaurants, art galleries, and eclectic boutiques. Take in the Indy culture at 339 Massachusetts Avenue, Indianapolis.

    If you are traveling to Indianapolis, IN any time soon and are interested learning more about what this great city has to offer please contact us.

    Without the guidance of a local expert, it can be tricky to cover all of the city’s vibrant neighborhoods! As real estate agents, our services extend beyond helping buyers and sellers through their transactions. We thoroughly enjoy getting prospective residents familiar with their surroundings and exposing them to the best of everything Indy has to offer.

    Please contact an Indianapolis, IN real estate agent when you decide to start your home search.

    Rodney & Amanda Heard
    Heard Real Estate Team

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