The purpose of traveling varies from person to person. Some travel for the sights, the sounds, the tastes, while others travel for the thrills that are bound to be had as they discover the place more in the same way that you discover a stranger’s thoughts and feelings.

Some places can, by reputation alone, be deemed as a haven for those who are artistically inclined. Other places, on the other hand, have to be perused first before one uncovers the hidden gems in their midst. The city of Indianapolis is one of the latter.

And while the fun of the adventure lies in the search itself, not everyone is up for a game of hide-and-seek. More often than not, travelers want to have a definite itinerary in order to thoroughly experience the place that they’re visiting.

It’s for this purpose that you’re probably reading this. And you’ve come to the right place. How exactly do you experience Indianapolis thoroughly? Read on:

Newfields Art Museum

There’s always art in history. The Newfields Art Museum is a 152-acre establishment that is known internationally as the prime example of how art and nature can be combined to make such a potent artistic establishment. The art museum features an eight-mile Cultural Trail with multiple bike-share stations and an art collection valued at no less than $3.5 million. There are so many works of art here that they deserve an entire article of their own. Take our word for it, this place should always be on your list if you’re fond of art.

Indiana State Museum

The Indiana State Museum is located in White River State Park and is home to museums that house various exhibits on the history of Indiana, as well as discoveries of prehistoric fossils. The museum also boasts the state’s largest IMAX screen.

The state museum finds its roots all the way back in 1862 during the civil war. This is one of the best places to visit if you want to truly experience the history of Indiana.

Breakout Games Escape Rooms

It takes a good degree of artistry to create a convincing scene. The Spooky Halloween escape rooms in Indy are prime examples of what convincing scenes look like. The attention to detail and the perceived severity of the scenarios that you’re thrust into make for a thrilling experience.

Eiteljorg Museum

For those who have a passionate inclination toward the history, culture, and art of the Native Americans, then you’re bound to have a great time at the Eiteljorg Museum. The museum boasts a permanent collection of works from Andy Warhol, T.C. Cannon, and Frederic Remington as well as a slew of art from Native artists.

Visitors are well-accommodated here despite the venue being just about right in terms of size. The on-site cafe is also worth an honorable mention as many visitors have praised the food, drinks, and the service that the cafe provides. You’ll find that museum situated in White River State Park.