Value Place Lawrence (Indianapolis), IN is conveniently located 2.5 miles east of I-465 at exit 42, on Pendleton Pike. Known as “The Amateur Sports Capital of the World,” Indianapolis, IN is not only home of the Super Bowl Champion Indianapolis Colts, the Indiana Pacers, and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, but it is also the headquarters for the NCAA.
Indianapolis boasts a world class Children’s Museum, multiple cultural and art museums, including the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, the Indianapolis Art Museum and the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art.
“Hoosiers” (a nickname given to fans of the Indiana University athletic teams) help to make the city lively and energetic. Indianapolis is home to the American Legion national headquarters and a large collection of memorials to our service men and women, second only to Washington, D.C. Among them are the Congressional Medal of Honor Memorial and the USS Indianapolis Memorial.
Night life and entertainment thrive in the Circle City, with a vibrant downtown anchored by the Circle Center Mall, scores of dining opportunities, and numerous entertainment locations including Conseco Field House, Lucas Oil Stadium, Victory Field and a multitude of clubs. Less than ten minutes north of downtown is Broad Ripple, an eclectic area of dining and entertainment catering to a wide cross section of people and tastes.
Just five minutes from Value Place Lawrence is Fort Harrison State Park. The 1,700 acre park is home to hiking and cycling trails, along with fishing, golf and horseback riding. Indianapolis is also home to Eagle Creek Park, with 5,200 acres of woodlands and water making it the sixth largest municipal park in the country.
Along with all the cultural, entertainment and outdoor activities available in Indianapolis, the city brings world class education to the area through Butler University, University of Indianapolis, Indiana University/Purdue University Indianapolis, Marian University, and Martin University.