Hidden Treasures in Indianapolis

Hidden Treasures in IndianapolisEvery city has their lesser-known attractions, seemingly secret spots that often miss the tourist's eye; and it's no wonder that we found a few in a city with as much to offer as Indianapolis. Use our list as a treasure map and consider yourself an insider while you explore these off the beaten path destinations. Outdoor pastures, blues greats, famous bank robbers and loving memorials put you in the know.

Traders Point Creamery
Explore green pastures and taste organic goodness! Indianapolis' Traderspoint Creamery is a family owned artesian organic farm. Purchase farm-to-table fresh produce, shop the weekly farmers market and enjoy Saturday breakfast at The Loft Dairy Bar.

Address: 9101 Moore Rd., Zionsville, IN 46077 - MAP
Phone: (317) 733-1700
Web: www.traderspointcreamery.com

Slippery Noodle Inn
DIS-IS-IT...Rolling Stone Magazine touted Slippery Noodle Inn to be one of the nation's top blues bars and Indianapolis Cityvoter named it the winner of "Best Bar and Live Music Venue". Not to mention, insiders know it to be Indiana's oldest bar and a spot music celebs frequent.

Address: 372 S Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46225 - MAP
Phone: (317) 631-6974
Web: www.slipperynoodle.com

Indianapolis' Crown Hill National Cemetery
Presidents, Vice Presidents, and a famous bank robber are buried at Indianapolis' Crown Hill National Cemetery. Thousands visit the epic landmark to enjoy its serene beauty, learn about historical architecture, exercise, picnic, and honor the thousands buried there.

Address: 700 W. 38th St., Indianapolis, IN 46208 - MAP
Phone: (317) 920-2644
Web: www.crownhillhf.org

Fountain Square District
Find the unexpected Fountain Square District, one of the city's popular historic neighborhoods. Its namesake is from the central fountain located in the town square. The neighborhood is fast becoming a mecca for Indie businesses and art, and a premier neighborhood to live, work and play.

Address: Virginia Ave. at Shelby & Prospect Sts., Indianapolis, IN 46203 - MAP
Phone: (317) 686-6010
Web: www.discoverfountainsquare.com

Garfield Park Conservatory and Sunken Gardens
No matter the weather or time of year, the Garfield Park Conservatory and Sunken Gardens is in full bloom. Enchanting European classic-styled gardens, graceful fountains, and many paved walkways transport visitors to another world. Spend a day exploring all nature has to offer.

Address: 2505 Conservatory Dr., Indianapolis, IN 46203 - MAP
Phone: (317) 327-7184
Web: www.garfieldgardensconservatory.org

The Congressional Medal of Honor Memorial
Honor the men in service at The Congressional Medal of Honor Memorial. More than 3,000 Medal of Honor recipients from all branches of the military are listed on 27 curved glass walls standing almost ten feet high. See their names and listen to the sound system tell the stories of their lives, battle conflicts and victories.

Address: 650 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204 - MAP
Phone: (317) 261-5447
Web: www.visitindy.com