Group Travel Itinerary:
Indy Sports Tour - Game On!
Indy is the place for sports-lovers. Auto racing, football, basketball, and a myriad of sporting events take place every year at facilities ranked as tops in the nation. Indy is frequent host of the prestigious NCAA Final Four and wowed fans attending Super Bowl XLVI.
- Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Hall of Fame Museum — home to the greatest spectacle in racing, the Indianapolis 500, the museum is the world's largest, most varied collection of racing, classic, and antique cars, including more than 30 cars that won the 500. Track tour and an extended Behind the Scenes tour are available. (1-2 hours for tours - varied for events)
- Dallara IndyCar Factory — learn how the IndyCar is made. Feel the rush of adrenaline as you strap on a helmet and slip into a street-legal IndyCar two-seater and take to the streets of Speedway (driven by professional drivers.) (1-1.5 hours)
- Lucas Oil Raceway — hosting more than 100 days of racing on a quarter-mile drag strip, .686-mile paved oval and 2.5-mile road course. (1 hour for tour - varied for events)
- Lucas Oil Stadium — tour one of America's premier sports palaces. Home of the Indianapolis Colts, NCAA Final Fours, and Super Bowl XLVI. Visit the Colts gift shop for souvenirs. (1 hour)
- Bankers Life Fieldhouse — home of the NBA Indiana Pacers and WNBA Champion Indiana Fever, tours showcase Indiana's passion for basketball, affectionately known as Hoosier Hysteria. Gift shop inside. (1 hour tour, 2.5 hours for games)
- Hinkle Fieldhouse — a U.S. National Historic Landmark, it was a location for one of the greatest sports movies ever made, Hoosiers, and is home to NCAA Final Four Cinderella team, the Butler University Bulldogs. (30 minutes-1 hour for tour, 2.5 hours for games)
- Victory Field — AAA baseball's Indianapolis Indians play here overlooking a spectacular view of downtown Indy. It is one of the nation's top ballparks according to Baseball America and Sports Illustrated. Get to a game April-August. (3 hours for game)
- Indiana University Natatorium — one of the world's fastest competition style swimming pools, the Natatorium is also site for numerous diving events. Public swimming is available. (30 minutes for tour, and varied for competitions)
- NCAA Hall of Champions — no Indy sports tour is complete without a visit to the Hall of Champions, showcasing student-athletes who contest 23 collegiate-level sports. Interactive displays and activities include a 1930s retro basketball gymnasium. (1-1.5 hours)
- Midwest Tennis Hall of Fame — showcases the sport of tennis throughout the Midwest from the 1800s through today. Includes a racquet collection spanning 200 years. (30 minutes)
- Hoosier Park's Winner's Circle Pub, Grille & OTB — a Las Vegas-style off-track betting facility where horse racing enthusiasts see multiple races along with great food from the Grille. (time dependent on group)
- Indianapolis Colts Grille — an extensive menu of over 70 unique items prepared daily, 65 high-definition flat screens, including 3D projection screens. (1-1.5 hours)
- Bru Burger Bar — casual and classy in the heart of the Mass Avenue Historic District. The hamburger is king along with many craft beers and international beers available. (1-1.5 hours)
- Scotty's Brewhouse — with locations downtown and Indy's north side, enjoy an extensive menu of sandwiches, soups, salads, entrees, and brews in a casual, friendly setting. (1-1.5 hours)
- Champps Americana — great food, great libations, great service, and great sports on big-screen televisions, two locations north and downtown Indy. (1-1.5 hours)
Please contact Sandra Johnson, Visit Indy's group tour specialist, for more detailed information about the venues and activities on this itinerary.
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