PLAN to schedule an appointment. Most visitors I have are pleasantly surprised by how much they enjoy the Crossroads of America. The bar cat and the dog-friendly nature of the establishment become the cherry on top! Day 3 Devote some time on Sunday to visiting one of the city's most charming neighborhoods, Broad Ripple Villagea mile drive north of downtown. Downtown Olly's in Downtown. This secular, client-centered organization supports folks through all pregnancy and parenting scenarios under the guiding principle that everyone deserves to have all options. With an all-volunteer board, Indy Pride puts on a gigantic parade and festival to celebrate LGBT pride in the city and state at large.
Organizations like the Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana work to make sure housing agencies are in compliance with non-discriminatory practices as well as educate the general public on what laws protect them in the housing industry.
Indianapolis - Gay Ol' Indy
Hit up the antique store next door before or after and you have the perfect Sunday brunch date. Indy Reads Books is an independent bookstore in the heart of the Mass Ave shopping district. The Sinking Ship is its own breed of queer vegan hockey grunge bar. Biscuits and gravy, eggs, meats, and sandwiches are all crafted here with excellence. Home to Indiana University, the city has a number of first-rate museums and is also home to one of the foremost institutions on human sexuality, the Kinsey Institutewhich has a small but fascinating museum.
Andrew Collins Long a prominent center of arts, culture, politics, and business, Indianapolis has more recently undertaken one of the most ambitious revitalizations in the Midwest. Farther afield, the progressive college town of Bloomington has become known nationally as one of the gay-friendliest small cities in the country. Mass Avenue Pub Cozy neighborhood pub. All beverages whiskey aside due to obvious reasons are named after the corresponding NATO phonetic alphabet and the cocktail menu rotates seasonally with expert results. Day 4 and beyond Indianapolis makes an excellent base for exploring central Indiana. The city has a terrific theater scene, with several venues downtown and in the gay-popular Mass Ave Arts District, including the iconic Indiana Repertory Theatre and such acclaimed venues as the Phoenix Theatre and Theatre on the Square. Most visitors I have are pleasantly surprised by how much they enjoy the Crossroads of America.