Home of the Indianapolis 500 and other major sporting events, the Circle City caters to sports fans as well as sightseers. At our Indianapolis pet friendly hotels, you and your canine companion will be within easy reach of whatever tickles your fancy.
Honor the nation's military men and women who died defending their country by stopping at the Crown Hill National Cemetery. Fallen soldiers from every branch of the military and every war are represented in the 2,135 gravesites. In 1866, the U.S. government purchased the 1.4 acres that now make up the National Cemetery in order to rebury 707 Union soldiers whose bodies were being moved from the city cemetery. Leashed and well-behaved dogs are welcome to accompany you while you explore the site.
Another great walk for dogs and their owners is at the Garfield Park Conservatory. This 10,000-square-foot park near our Indianapolis pet friendly hotels welcomes leashed dogs of any size. Pick up a self-guided-tour brochure and let your pooch sniff out the special exhibits that are displayed here throughout the year.
When you're ready for a bite to eat, head over to Mikado Japenese Restaurant before retiring to our Indianapolis pet friendly hotel. The first and oldest Japanese eatery in Indianapolis welcomes leashed dogs at its outdoor tables during the summer.