Indianapolis


A city known for fast cars and blockbuster events has also gained acclaim for a flourishing culinary and brewing scene, thriving cultural institutions, cool neighborhoods, and so much more. It's everything we could ask for in a Snow Conference host city!. With its central location making travel easy from all parts of North America, accessibility is no problem. And don't forget that classic Midwest hospitality–Chapter members can't wait to give you a tour of the Indiana Convention Center, which happens to be located right in the middle of one of the most vibrant, connected, and walkable downtowns in the U.S.

Downtown Indianapolis continues to grow and thrive with art displays, the Cultural Trail, sports, festivals, unique restaurants and shops, ever-changing exhibits at the museums, hotels in every comfort and price range, our sprawling urban park and outdoor concert venue; all the things that make this capital city a great destination for visitors and locals alike.

The Canal Walk is part of the Indiana Central Canal, which was dug in the early 1800s, in an effort to facilitate interstate commerce. Today, the refurbished Canal Walk (stretching north through White River State Park to 11th Street) serves the downtown community as a waterside promenade for walkers, runners, bikers and sightseers (while the canal itself includes a steady stream of pedal boats, which may be rented west of the Indiana State Museum). 

Indy was named the most ‘Underrated Food City in America’ by Condé Nast, and for good reason. From local restaurants to acclaimed breweries, Indy is fit for foodies.

Visit Indy has put together a custom website just for Snow Conference attendees where you'll find great information on where to eat and drink, things to do, and deals and discounts. Check it out!