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Exhibiting at a trade show in Indianapolis, Indiana?
Need assistance creating a spectacular trade show display?
Metro Exhibits provides custom trade show booths, exhibit rentals and much more to help you attract clientele on the trade show floor.

Business travel is a way of life for many of us; for others, it’s a once-in-a-while adventure, but if you are involved in face-to-face marketing and selling, it is inevitable. The experience can be a slog or a pleasure depending largely on your planning: how you get there, where you’re staying and what you can do in your free time.

Whether you are visiting or exhibiting at a conference or trade show in Indianapolis, you will need to make airline, hotel and restaurant plans. Lastly, be sure to check out our list of fun things to do in Indianapolis! 

For exhibitors:

Companies who exhibit in Indianapolis use Metro Exhibits for their trade show booth needs. Our highly-experienced team handles any and every detail. We design, fabricate, rent and ship any size display, along with the full array of wrap-around tradeshow services, giving you end-to-end peace of mind, so you can focus on your trip and your presentation.

Things to do:

Start off with a visit to the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. Another must see place is Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum.  Thinking about a trip to the zoo? Check out The Indianapolis Zoo,  triple accredited as a zoo, an aquarium and a botanic garden, visitors can experience all of these attractions for one admission price. Memorial Day Weekend brings the internationally acclaimed Indy 500 to the Brickyard in Indianapolis, and it’s the most exciting speed race event in the calendar. Also, make sure you go check out the Indiana State Capitol. You can also catch a minor league game at Victory Field. If your visit falls during the off–season, ask about getting a behind–the–scenes tour.

Indianapolis Fun Facts:

  • Indianapolis is the largest major U.S. city that’s not located on a navigable river. 
  • The Slippery Noodle Inn, one of the city’s most popular bars, was a stop on the Underground Railroad.
  • The famous ballpark song “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” was written by Indianapolis native, Albert Von Tilzer.
  • Indianapolis is home to the largest single-day sporting event in the world, the Indy 500.
  • Elvis Presley’s last concert was at the now-demolished Market Square Arena in 1977.

 

8.1 miles Indianapolis International Airport (IND)

93.9 miles Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG)

97.9 miles Fort Wayne International Airport  (FWA)

The highest rated business hotels in Indianapolis by Tripadvisor.com are: 

  • Ironworks Hotel Indy (Indianapolis, IN) 
  • Bottleworks Hotel (Indianapolis, IN) 
  • Indianapolis Marriott East (Indianapolis, IN) 
  • Conrad Indianapolis (Indianapolis, IN) 
  • Drury Plaza Hotel Indianapolis Carmel (Indianapolis, IN)

Some of the top-rated restaurants in Indianapolis by Yelp and TripAdvisor include:

  • Tupelo Honey Southern Kitchen & Bar (Southern)
  • The Eagle (American)
  • Nada (Mexican)
  • Livery – Indianapolis (Latin American)
  • Modita (Sushi)
  • OP Italian (Italian)
  • Bluebeard (American)
  • Harry and Izzy’s (Steakhouse) 
  • BRU Burger Bar (American)
  • Bosphorus Istanbul Cafe (Mediterranean)

Devour Indy – Winterfest, January

Indianapolis 500, May

Monumental Yoga, June

Brickyard Races, July

CNO Financial Indianapolis Monumental Marathon, November

8.1 miles Indianapolis International Airport (IND)

93.9 miles Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG)

97.9 miles Fort Wayne International Airport  (FWA)

The highest rated business hotels in Indianapolis by Tripadvisor.com are: 

  • Ironworks Hotel Indy (Indianapolis, IN) 
  • Bottleworks Hotel (Indianapolis, IN) 
  • Indianapolis Marriott East (Indianapolis, IN) 
  • Conrad Indianapolis (Indianapolis, IN) 
  • Drury Plaza Hotel Indianapolis Carmel (Indianapolis, IN)

Some of the top-rated restaurants in Indianapolis by Yelp and TripAdvisor include:

  • Tupelo Honey Southern Kitchen & Bar (Southern)
  • The Eagle (American)
  • Nada (Mexican)
  • Livery – Indianapolis (Latin American)
  • Modita (Sushi)
  • OP Italian (Italian)
  • Bluebeard (American)
  • Harry and Izzy’s (Steakhouse) 
  • BRU Burger Bar (American)
  • Bosphorus Istanbul Cafe (Mediterranean)

Devour Indy – Winterfest, January

Indianapolis 500, May

Monumental Yoga, June

Brickyard Races, July

CNO Financial Indianapolis Monumental Marathon, November

Indianapolis Fun Facts:

  • Indianapolis is the largest major U.S. city that’s not located on a navigable river. 
  • The Slippery Noodle Inn, one of the city’s most popular bars, was a stop on the Underground Railroad.
  • The famous ballpark song “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” was written by Indianapolis native, Albert Von Tilzer.
  • Indianapolis is home to the largest single-day sporting event in the world, the Indy 500.
  • Elvis Presley’s last concert was at the now-demolished Market Square Arena in 1977.

 

trade show services:

  • Shipping
  • Installation and Break-Down
  • Coordination Services
  • Graphic Design
  • Multi-Media Coordination and Management
  • Project Management
  • Fabrication
  • Large Format Printing
  • Warehousing
  • Concierge Services

trade show rentals:

  • Lighting
  • Kiosks
  • Video Walls/Centers
  • Custom Exhibits
  • Rental Exhibits
  • Portable Exhibits

Indianapolis, IN Trade Shows, Conferences and Expos:

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