state capitals are rich tapestries, made up of colorful neighborhoods and communities. Indianapolis, the state capital of Indiana is no exception to the rule. One such neighborhood is Indianapolis International Airport, 8 miles southwest of Indianapolis' downtown.
With so many things to see and explore, including the Children's Museum of Indianapolis, the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and the NCAA Hall of Champions, you're going to need more than one day in Indianapolis.
There is a diverse range of hotels and apartments in Indianapolis International Airport. Visitors who are looking for more affordable hotels, should check out the Candlewood Suites Indianapolis Airport and Royal Inn.
Take some time off from seeing the sights and recharge your batteries with coffee at Auntie Anne's Pretzels. As the sky starts getting darker, take a stroll down to USO Lounge and wind down with a couple of drinks.