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Reviews Add Review Report incorrect info. Indianapolis is the nation's second-largest state capital, and downtown is anchored by the imposing Indiana State House - on weekends, you'll have to be content admiring the grounds, but free tours of the interior are given on weekdays. Each June, the city's well-attended Gay Pride celebration draws thousands from throughout the region, and the city has a number of useful resources for LGBTQ visitors, including The Word newspaperand the very helpful Indy Rainbow Chamber of Commercewhich is made up of businesses that are owned by or supportive of the local LGBTQ community. If you have some extra time, make the mile drive northwest to Zionsvillewith its charming downtown of tree-lined streets and distinctive cafes and shops - it's worth the trip just to experience lunch at the famed Traders Point Creamery and Restaurantwhich produces delicious handcrafted cheeses, ice cream, and both flavored and unflavored milks from its adjacent organic dairy farm. You need to be logged in to go any further. On your second day, take some time to explore Indianapolis's bustling downtown, including the cultural heart of the city, White River State Parkwith its several excellent museums. Joe Over a year ago.
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