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9 Ways to Enjoy the Holidays in Indianapolis

Even in a pandemic year, you’ll find plenty of holiday experiences in the Indianapolis area. Check out walk-through and drive-through holiday lights displays, an online Christmas tree exhibit, a model train wonderland and more.

New Immersive Art Exhibit Coming to Indianapolis

Step into the world of Vincent van Gogh—literally. The Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields will debut a multi-sensory digital exhibit in June.

Fall Getaway to Bloomington, Indiana

In Bloomington, a diverse music scene provides the soundtrack to a fall weekend of hiking, global eats and, if you choose to accept the challenge, a sweet self-guided bakery tour.

Black-Owned Bookstores Step Into the Spotlight

Online sales and the social justice movement are expanding the reach of Black-owned bookstores. Here’s a sampling of the vibrant and creative Black-owned book shops in the Midwest.

HGTV's Good Bones Stars Open New Boutique

The mother-daughter duo behind home renovation show Good Bones debut a retail store with a small bistro in their home city of Indianapolis.

The Indy 500 Is Delayed, But You Can’t Stop a Good Porch Party

Porch parties have long been a tradition in Indianapolis for the Indy 500 weekend.  Here’s how Indianapolis is “porching” — and how you can, too.

More Indiana

This New Netflix Series Tells the Story of Madam C.J. Walker's Legacy

A Netflix show and new visitor experiences in Indianapolis offer a fresh look at a trailblazing 20th-century entrepreneur.

The Latest Midwest Travel Recommendations You Need to Check Out

Hot off the minds of Midwest travel writers: A fresh look at where to eat, stay, play, or shop and learn around the region.

Indiana Dunes Becomes Indiana's First National Park

More than a century after Indiana's dunes were first considered for national park status, the state's national lakeshore is now officially a national park.