Situated along the White River and at the "Crossroads of America," Indianapolis is the 12th largest city in the United States. The city annually attracts tourists for events such as the Indy 500, NCAA basketball tournament and the NFL Scouting Combine. It is also a city with a large collection of impressive museums, including the Indianapolis Children's Museum, the largest in the world. Home to three Fortune 500 companies, Indianapolis is a center of trade, commerce, transportation and innovation.
The city is proud to have one of the most beautiful downtown districts in the country. A central canal runs through parts of downtown, connecting museums. parks, restaurants and sporting venues with a beautiful Canal Walk. Canoes and paddle boats float along this canal, which is a center of public life in the city.
Now, the city also holds our designation of excellent accessibility. The close proximity of attractions with one another allows wheelchair users and disabled travelers to easily take part in what the city has to offer. The WheelchairTravel.org review and travel guide below will ensure that you have the tools and information needed to experience all that the Crossroads of America has to offer.