The Indianapolis Indians, a Triple A affiliate of Milwaukee, play at Victory Field which was built in 1996, seating 14,230. The stadium is located on the edge of downtown with good parking available across the streets from center field and homeplate. This is a nice stadium with lots of space for fans. You are able to bring in coolers and sit on the grass in both outfields. This option was selected by many the night we were at the game. There is a second level of seating that overhangs the back rows of the lower seating and the concession concourse. The suites are behind the section level seating. There is a no-back bleacher section down the 1st base line. Behind the bleachers is a private party area. You can walk completely around the outfield. Most people enter through the entrance in centerfield. The Indians were playing the Norfolk Tides and won 9-5. The box score was Tides R-5, H-11, E-1 and Indians R-9, H-12, E-1. A good game for the fans with lots of runs and hits, several homeruns, and many pitchers. The field lines are RF-320', RC-362', CF-405', LC-418', and LF-320'. Rowdie is the mascot. We would like to thank Matt Guay for the great complimentary tickets 5 rows back of home plate. The last pictures are the old Victory Field 1942-66, then Bush Stadium 1967-96 which is not being used today. For a while it was used as a midget race track. 2007 affiliated with Pittsburgh Pirates.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway--museum displays winning race cars, car and driver memorabilia, antique automobiles and equipment. Bus tours of the track are available when it is not in use. Fee.

Indiana State Museum shows natural history, geological origins and cultural development through collections of artifacts, fossils, and artwork as well as interactive displays. Fee.