Indianapolis is famous for its annual 500-mile race held each Memorial Day weekend at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. With a spectator capacity of 400,000, the Brickyard, as the Speedway is known, is the largest sporting facility in the world. But don't wait for a race. There are plenty of things to do and see at the Speedway. Music lovers, check if there is a concert at the plaza. You car buffs should head to the Speedway Museum to see some past winning cars. Racing isn't the only popular Indianapolis sport. Lucas Oil Stadium is the home turf of the two times Superbowl Champion Indianapolis Colts. Basketball fans can take in the fast play of the Indiana Pacers at Conseco Fieldhouse. Downtown Indianapolis is a thrill to explore. At the city's center is the Indiana Soldiers and Sailors Monument. One of the tallest such monuments in the country, this structure is just 21 feet shorter than the Statue of Liberty. This diverse city attracts many different people. Enjoy your stay with us by cooking a home cooked meal in our fully equipped kitchen in all rooms. We look forward to hosting you!