Indianapolis – Things to do with your Team

Indianapolis is the biggest city in Indiana, and it’s state capitol. You’ll find lots of culture here, including art galleries, history museums, and cool public art, and green spaces. But if you’re looking for some grand team building activities, Indianapolis has a ton to offer! You can also count on plenty of quality hotels in the downtown area. Any team playing at the Indiana Convention Center can take advantage of the guide of attractions and restaurants located near the center.


Dallara IndyCar Factory

Indianapolis - Things to do with your Team - Travel - Hotels4TeamsFor racing fans in Indianapolis, the Dallara IndyCar Factory is a slice of heaven on earth, and for the rest of the crew, it’s just plain fascinating. Tour the Garage to see firsthand how an IndyCar is made, from its inception to putting on the decals, and learn how they maintain these speedy two-seaters. Head to the 23,000 square-foot Interactive Hall, a hands-on mecca for lovers of the world’s fastest sport. Sit behind the wheel of a real IndyCar as you compete with your teammates to see who can clock the fastest time on the state-of-the-art race simulators. Experience the science of aerodynamics and learn about safety issues through interactive exhibits, and visit the KidZone, where you can devise your own race car and race it down a ramp track. 1201 N Main St, Speedway, IN 46224


Greatimes Family Fun Park

In need of some serious stimulation? Head to Greatimes Family Fun Park, an adventure center with plenty of activities to keep you busy for the better part of the afternoon. The multi-level arcade is full of games from wall to wall. Greatimes has one of the largest redemption centers in the state and is filled with awesome prizes. Three different go-kart tracks include plenty of challenging twists and turns for novices and experts alike.

A large bumper boat pool keeps you cool as a cucumber on a hot day. The boats can take one to three passengers, and they’re equipped with blaster squirt guns to double the fun. Play a relaxing or rousing game of mini-golf on one of two tiki-themed 18-hole courses that wind past waterfalls and fountains and challenge your putting skills. When you work up an appetite, stop in at the park’s The Final Lap Pizza for a buy-one-get-one-free pizza special to feed the whole crew. 5341 Elmwood Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46203


100 Acres Art & Nature Park

The Indianapolis Museum of Art is a world-class art museum that’s worth a visit for art lovers, but it’s the 100-acre space out back that draws kids from all over the city to explore woodlands, wetlands, meadows, and a 35-acre lake while encountering huge, interactive sculptures that invite you to climb, swing, balance, and play. Walk the water’s edge on Stratum Pier, stacked terraces made of green fiberglass and steel, and keep your eyes peeled for ginormous red map pins that tell you all about fascinating features of the landscape. A sculpture called Free Basket is a web of steel arcs you can shimmy up and balance on, a bright red and blue jungle gym of sorts with a basketball hoop smack in the middle. 4000 N Michigan Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46208


Fastimes Indoor Karting

Fastimes is a family own facility with over 15 years of experience and service in the Indianapolis area. They strive to provide the highest level of customer service while presenting a competitive, thrilling, and exciting race atmosphere. The multi-level, 900 foot track allows racers to reach speeds up to 40mph. No matter the skill level, racers will enjoy a safe and exciting race experience. Fastimes invites everyone to come out and accelerate there day with a race! 3455 Harper Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46240


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White River State Park

White River State Park sounds like a place you’d find outside the city, but it’s actually a 250-acre park smack in the middle of downtown Indianapolis. There’s a whole lot for your team to do here, including visiting the Indianapolis Zoo featuring savanna, forest, ocean, and desert landscapes and the 230 species of animals that call them home. The park is also home to the NCAA Hall of Champions, featuring two levels of interactive exhibits that celebrate all 23 NCAA sports and the student athletes who make them worth watching. Nearby Indiana State Museum shines a light on Indiana history and it’s here that you can catch a quick flick on the six-story IMAX screen. If it’s fresh air you’re looking for, rent a bike or a boat at Wheel Fun Rentals and pedal or paddle your way through the park to see the sights and get a little exercise. 801 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204


Rhythm! Discovery Center

This unique interactive museum is all about rhythm. Here, you’ll experience the body-shaking vibrations of an eight-foot gong, explore sound waves on the Shimmer Wall, play various percussion instruments at interactive stations, and see how electronic drums work. Learn how different cultures have used drums throughout history, and visit the wacky Kitchen Sink exhibit, where you’ll see how practically anything can be made into a percussion instrument. The Groove Space has a collection of hundreds of percussion instruments from around the world that you can play with your friends in an epic jam. Try out the practice rooms, where you can change the acoustics to hear what a cowbell sounds like in an echo chamber, or a gong in a cathedral. Claypool Court Building, 110 W Washington St A, Indianapolis, IN 46204


Climb Time Indy

Whether you’re a novice or a pro, you can have fun challenging your climbing skills on a wide selection of walls with over 4,000 holds at Climb Time Indy. The focus here is on safety, so you can focus on having a great climb high above the ground. Walk-ins are welcome, but if you’re 17 or younger, you need to have a waiver signed by your parent before you climb. Luckily, you can fill out the waiver online and your parent can sign it electronically. 8750 Corporation Dr, Indianapolis, In 46256, Indianapolis, IN 46256


Escape Room Indianapolis

Escape Rooms are all the rage right now. Escape Room Indianapolis found its roots in an escape room that its owners went to in Bucharest during a vacation there. Here your group will be enclosed in a secret room, with no obvious way out, and only 60 minutes to find the puzzles and the answers to escape. Fun for all! Ready, get set, go! 200 S Meridian St #220, Indianapolis, IN 46225


Eagle Creek Park

Indianapolis - Things to do with your Team - Travel - Hotels4TeamsEagle Creek Park is one of America’s largest city parks at 3,900 acres, and there’s a lot to do here. You won’t believe a park so large could be found in Indianapolis. Visit the Go Ape! Treetop Adventure and move through the canopy with the greatest of ease with the help of rope ladders, trapezes, swings, net bridges, and zip lines. The Eagle Creek Park Swimming Beach has lifeguards on duty, but if you’d rather play on the reservoir than in it, you can rent canoes, kayaks, paddle boats, and rowboats at the marina.

You can fish for crappie, walleye, bluegill, and largemouth bass at several favorite fishing spots, and numerous playgrounds offer plenty of opportunities for climbing, swinging, and running wild. Sixteen miles of trails lure nature-lovers through mature woods, open meadows, and past the reservoir and Lilly Lake, and shaded picnic spots dot the park in case you want to enjoy some takeout al fresco. Hanging out and having fun with your team while you’re traveling is a great way to bond. 7840 W 56th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46254


Indianapolis offers a variety of adventures, from wild thrill rides to beautiful nature walks and from interesting learning experiences to physical challenges. No matter what you end up doing with your team, the most important thing is to stick together and have fun!