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Airports in Washington DC
Washington DC is served by 3 major airports. These are Washington Dulles
International Airport, Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall
Airport, and Washington National Airport. The Washington Dulles
International Airport is situated around 42 kilometers away from the
downtown Washington DC. Both passenger & cargo services are provided
from here to various domestic and international destinations such as
Moscow, Paris, Delhi, Tokyo, Vienna, London, San Francisco, Orlando,
Boston, and more. Passengers can easily commute to and from all these
airports using Metrorail, Silver Line Express Bus, shuttle bus service,
rental cars, taxi services, and Washington flyers.
Indianapolis is the capital and largest city of the US state of Indiana.
This city is a typical Midwest City located southeast of Lake Michigan on
the White River. Indianapolis has experienced an epoch of renaissance with
the developments of hotels, shops, entertainment venues, and excellent
restaurants. The city has preserved its architectural vividness and
well-off cultural heritage. Tourist attractions in the city array from the
historic landmarks and museums, outdoor adventure parks to sports stadium,
and much more.
Things to do in Indianapolis
Indianapolis Museum of Art
Indianapolis Museum of Art is located at the north of the city center in a
large park. This museum is located in four pavilions- the Hulman Pavilion
is home to paintings from Baroque to Neo-Impressionism and the Eiteljorg
Gallery of African and South Pacific Art; the Krannert Pavilion is features
American art from the pre-Columbian era to the present; the Lilly Pavilion
is home to British and American furniture and German Porcelain, and the
Clowes Pavilion puts on showcase medieval and Renaissance art.
Children's Museum of Indianapolis
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is teeming with interactive and
innovative displays for young visitors. These interesting exhibits at the
museum comprise topics related to archeology, transportation, culture, and
Eagle Creek Park and Nature Preserve
Eagle Creek Park and Nature Preserve is home to around 1400 acres of water
and somewhat 3900 acres of dry land. Here, tourists can enjoy activities
including windsurfing, sailing, walking, bird watching, swimming, hiking,
biking, and fishing.
Best Time to Fly to Indianapolis
Weather-wise, the best time to visit Indianapolis is in summers (July to
early August). During this time, the city animation is at its peak and the
weather remains soothing and apt for sightseeing.