A city known for fast cars and blockbuster events has also gained acclaim for a flourishing culinary and brewing scene, thriving cultural institutions, cool neighborhoods, and so much more.

In addition to hosting the Indy 500, otherwise known as  “Greatest Spectacle in Racing”, Indianapolis is also the home various professional sports teams including the Indiana Pacers and Indianapolis Colts. The city also has three National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) collegiate teams, including the NCAA national headquarters.

The nation’s first sports commission, the Indiana Sports Corp, was founded in Indiana in 1979 and has brought events such as the Super Bowl, Big 10 Championships and in 2024, the NBA All-Star Game.  It is also home to the Techstars Sports Accelerator Powered by Indy, the top sports accelerator in the world.


Since 1999, Indianapolis has been home to the NCAA national office — a campus of three buildings that serves as an anchor for White River State Park, located on the west side of the city’s downtown.

Within this the NCAA Hall of Champions boasts two levels of interactive exhibits to engage visitors and create a true-to-life understanding of what it takes to make the grade at elite sport.

Attendees will get to experience the Hall of Champions in person and more info on the buildings own site.


Travel & Accomodation


From brands you trust like Marriott, Hyatt, and Hilton, to one-of-a-kind art hotels and everything in between, this city has accommodations to fit every style of traveler.

Indy’s hotel package is known for walkability with properties nearby the Indiana Convention Center, Lucas Oil Stadium, Banker’s Life Fieldhouse, and other event venues.

Many of the venues are connected by climate-controlled skywalk. Find your fit here.