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The “Crossroads of America” is not that exciting to visit, despite it being the “Racing Capital of the World,” many refer to Indy as “Nap Town.” But with a little effort, you can create a memorable Indianapolis travel guide. Like any large metropolis, Indianapolis has a lot to offer in terms of history, architecture and arts. In terms of entertainment, the city features a different festival every month, and a number of great music venues, including Verizon Wireless Music Center, Indy’s largest outdoors amphitheater. There are many recreational options as well - green parks, velodrome tracks, ice skating, affordable golfing, and much more.

Sabine got her own ice skates!Karen / CC BY 2.0

Perry Park Ice Arena

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Perry Park Ice Arena

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Perry Park Ice Arena is a seasonal indoor, single pad, NHL size rink, open from October through March. The arena offers ice skating, broomball, speed skating, and hockey.

Perry Park Ice Arena offers skating classes including figure skating and hockey. There are both Adult and Youth Ice Hockey programs and leagues. The arena is also available for birthday parties, holiday parties or corporate events.

Perry Park Ice Arena
451 E. Stop 11 Rd., Indianapolis
+1(317) 865-1833