Jeff Castner: Sights to See in Indianapolis

Posted: October 13, 2014 in Career, Education, Sports, Sports Fan

Jeff Castner is proud to be a part of the Indianapolis community, and to share in the urban center’s many unique, inspiring and interesting things to both see and do. As a long-time area resident and Indianapolis enthusiast, Castner looks forward to sharing some of his favorite places to visit during his time away from work, particularly with those new to the city and the surrounding area.

Below, Jeff Castner gladly shares of some of his favorite places to visit in his hometown.

Jeff Castner

Jeff Castner

White River State Park

Known as the only cultural urban state park in the country, White River State Park skillfully blends numerous local cultural attractions with the creative use of green space, all of which can be experienced via bicycle, Segway, boat or on foot. Visitors new to Indianapolis have the chance to walk or ride to such local attractions as the White River Gardens, the NCAA Hall of Champions, the Indiana State Museum and more.

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

No Indianapolis trip would be complete, says Jeff Castner, without a trip to the iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway, home to the largest single-day racing and sprint events in the world. Home of the annual Indy 500, the century old Speedway is a must-see for families and sporting enthusiasts around the world.

Fountain Square Cultural District

If you’d like to visit a unique and historical part of the downtown area, one full of well-known restaurants, a vibrant arts and music scene and a plethora of shopping opportunities, says Jeff Castner, then take a detour through downtown Indianapolis’s Fountain Square Cultural District.


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