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31. Indianapolis Colts: Playing at the RCA Dome, the Colts are the city's professional football team.  
32. Indiana Pacers: The city's professional men's basketball team.  
33. Indiana Fever: The city's professional women's basketball team.  
34. RCA Dome: Opened in 1981, and formerly known as Hoosiers stadium before RCA bought the naming rights to it, the stadium plays...  
35. Conseco Fieldhouse: Sitting in the place of Market Square Arena, Conseco Fieldhouse is located in downtown Indianapolis and houses the ...  
36. Indianapolis Motor Speedway: One of the oldest speedways in America, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway has been home to the famous 500 for over 50...  
37. Indianapolis Zoo: A zoo, aquarium, and botanical garden, the Indianapolis Zoo, located in downtown Indianapolis, features over 300 sp...  
38. Indianapolis Star: Indianapolis' most widely distributed newspaper.  
39. Children's Musuem of Indianapolis: The largest Children's museum in the world, the museum offers four floors of interactive and educational exhibits d...  
40. Colonel Eli Civil War Museum: A civil war museum located within the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.  
41. Indianapolis Museum: Among the largest and oldest general art museums in the United States, the museum includes Chinese, Japanese, Afric...  
42. Circle City Classic: A sporting event held at the RCA event featuring two of the best football teams from the country's historically bla...  
43. Eagle Creek Park: One of the largest municipal parks in the United States and the largest in the state of Indiana, it includes a numb...  
44. Garfield Park Conservatory and Sunken Gardens: A conservatory and indoor garden, it features tropical plants, birds, and a European style formal garden with fount...  
45. Victory Field: A small baseball stadium located in downtown Indy. It is home to the city's Indianapolis Indians.  
 
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