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Indianapolis Parks

Indianapolis Park
Indianapolis Park | Photo Credit – H-J doeh

 One of the best ways to spend your time in Indianapolis is to visit its parks. The place is home to a number of parks which will help you bring closer to nature. A visit to these parks will reinvigorate your spirits and soothe your nerves. Here are some of the parks which you can check out when in Indianapolis.

White River State Park

White River State Park | Photo Credit – adstarkel

Spread over an area of 250 acres, the White River State Park is one of the best parks in Indianapolis. There is a lot to see in White River State Park which will make sure that you remain entertained throughout your visit.

The park is home to the Indiana State Museum which is a great place to learn the history of Indiana. It also has the Museum of American Indians and Western Art, which is dedicated to the native peoples of America. To know more about these museums read the best Indianapolis museums.

If you are visiting the park along with children, make sure that you take out some time to visit the Indianapolis Zoo. Read about the museum in more detail at Indianapolis Zoo. White River State Park is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Indianapolis and we highly recommend you to visit it. 

Eagle Creek Park

Eagle Creek Park | Photo Credit – Paul J Everett

The Eagle Creek Park is the largest park in Indianapolis and is spread over an area of 1,400 acres. The park is a natural reserve and one of the best places to experience nature at its finest.

The park organizes a number of events from time to time, all of which are theme-based and a delight to attend. To know more about reading Eagle Creek Park.

Holliday Park

Holliday Park | Photo Credit – Taylor Studios, Inc.

The Holliday Park is credited to be one of the oldest parks in Indianapolis and is spread over an area of 94 acres. The park is breathtaking as it is home to natural springs, wetlands, forests, and a large part of the White Reserve.

When at Holliday Park, make sure that you visit Habitat Hall where you can indulge in a number of discovery-based exercises. One of the most aesthetic sites of the park is its ruins, which stand for old bygone years. To know more about it, read Holliday Park.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park & Landmark for Peace Memorial

This park is famous all over Indianapolis for its sculpture ‘The Landmark for Peace. The sculpture is a dedication to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Made by Daniel Edwards, the sculpture has attracted many-a-visitors over the years.

Visit this park if you are interested in history and the way it is remembered in contemporary times. To know more about the park, read its Wikipedia page here.

What else is there to visit in Indianapolis?

If you are visiting Indianapolis and looking for things to do then we recommend you to check out unique things to do in Indianapolis. This will enable you to figure out some of the must-visit places in Indianapolis. 

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