6105 Cambridge Way
Plainfield, IN 46168
Phone: (317) 838-9300
Fax: (317) 838-7018
6105 Cambridge Way , Plainfield, IN, US, 46168
- Phone: (317) 838-9300
- Fax: (317) 838-7018
The O'Reilly Raceway Park is well known for hosting motor sporting events like the Kroger Speedfest, the NASCAR Busch Series, drag races and several other events are held here all year round. You can catch all the action by booking your tickets online, and by reading weekly updates posted on the official website. You can also contact the box office for details and bookings. Don't forget to check the weather updates before leaving for the track, though schedules can be thrown off by bad weather.
This legendary track hosts some of the most anticipated auto racing events in the world. The Indianapolis 500, the Brickyard 400, and the US Grand Prix keep the Indianapolis Motor Speedway busy through the spring and summer. The on-site Hall of Fame Museum houses yesteryear memorabilia and artifacts. At any given time at least 75 vehicles are on display for the public.
Movie magic at its best is provided at the AMC Showplace Indianapolis 17. Thrusting one straight into the movie bonanza, the theater enhances the experience with its high tech sound and screens. So book your tickets immediately for the movie experience that awaits to blow you away. The intense moments are made more enigmatic while viewing it at the theater. For further information, call on the numbers mentioned.
One of the gems on the campus of the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, the IUPUI Gymnasium, known fondly as the Jungle, has been at the center of all basketball action here since 1982. With a capacity for 1215, offered on chair backed seats, the arena is where the university's Jaguar basketball team plays its home matches. See the website or call to know more.
Unbelievable clarity and sound await you at Indiana's only IMAX Theater which presents movies in 2D and 3D images on a six-and-a-half-story screen.
NCAA Hall of Champions - Conference Center is a state-of-the-art facility in White River State Park. It features many meeting rooms, ballrooms and an auditorium for various events. It comprises of two buildings the Brand and Dempsey which are linked through an internal corridor. Each space is distinct and is also uniquely named such as Theodore Roosevelt, Judith Sweet, Chancellors and Presidents, and Jesse Owens.
A tavern that has been around for decades, the Vollrath Tavern has come to be a sort of an icon in downtown Indianapolis. Opened in 1926, the tavern survived through the notorious prohibition period, and has emerged as a favorite among locals as well as visitors. The bar has stayed more or less the same over the years, even its wooden plank floors and tiles remaining the same. Today, besides being an attraction on account of being one of John Dillinger's favorite hangouts during the Depression, Vollrath Tavern is one of the city's prominent live music venues, and hosts local as well as nationally touring bands. See the website or call to know more.
Zoom into the world of mirth, sorrow and adventure exhibited on screen and enjoy a unique experience at the movies. The 2D and 3D movie action is a gripping format that is offered at The IMAX Theater Indiana State Museum. Through the eyes of the IMAX world, movies could not get any better. For students studying film, the theater conducts interactive tours discussing the dynamics of film technique. So while in the city and craving for a movie, IMAX is the place to view it in style. For further information on ticket prices and show timings, call on the numbers mentioned.
Victory Field, voted Best Minor League Ballpark in America, is the home of Pittsburgh Pirates' affiliate, The Indianapolis Indians, an AAA International League.
Located in Downtown Indianapolis, on the border of White River State Park, Victory Field is the home of the minor league Indianapolis Indians. Named for the US victory in WWII, the park retains a classic ballpark feel without sacrificing modern amenities. Grab a tasty hot dog at the snack bar and wash it down with a Sun King, the official beer of the Indians. Ticket prices are so low that you can afford to go out to the ballgame as often as you want. There's even festival style lawn seating to really save a buck.
With a seating capacity of approximately 5,000, The Kuntz Memorial Soccer Stadium is home to various state soccer competitions. Various championship games are held here. The stadium provides superior facilities including newly renovated locker rooms, VIP conference room, press box and many others which heightens the soccer playing experience. For more details, call ahead.
Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the NFL's Indianapolis Colts, is one of the finest facilities in the league. The stadium's distinctive look and feel recall an Indianapolis of old, though its interior boasts every modern amenity a spectator or player could require. Additionally, its central location makes it easy to take in a game and then saunter over to any number of downtown hot spots for even more fun.