Bicentennial Plan Themes
- Business Growth & Startups
- Corporate Citizenship
- Cultural Destinations
- Economic Mobility
- Greenways, Bikeways & Waterways
- Industrial Renewal
- Love Indy
- Open Data
- Project-based Learning
- Resident Involvement
- Talent Development
- Talent Retention & Attraction
- Third Places
Add at least one unique new cultural destination.
Via existing research conducted as part of the existing Regional Indianapolis Tourism Master Plan, identify gaps in desired / desirable cultural destinations. More details100%
January 1, 2016
December 31, 2020
“Be the Change”http://www.peacelearningcenter.org
With the Eagle Creek trail being extended from the southside of Indianapolis all the way to Eagle Creek Park, Peace Learning Center will develop a new cultural destination including a peace nature trail, labyrinth and interactive museum “Be the Change” that will enhance youth and adult understanding of ecology, peace and individual action to sustain the earth. This is part of Eagle Creek Park’s campus that includes the Earth Discovery Center, Ornithology Center, Go Ape Ziplines and Pike Youth Soccer.
No Mean City Initiative – Cultural Destinationshttp://nomeancity.com/
Indianapolis natives and immigrants alike have contributed their own spirits to the city, creating a place that is full of life. From art to international cuisine, swing dancing to (yes) racing, Indianapolis offers diverse cultural and lifestyle options. Thanks to Indiana’s rich agricultural heritage and the dedication of urban farmers within city limits, Indianapolis offers a food scene as diverse as the people that call it home. No Mean City aims to highlight these offerings and contributions, providing a lens for others hoping to engage and enjoy distinctly unique Indianapolis treasures.