Indianapolis Downtown Parking, Map and Attractions

Parking in downtown Indianapolis isn’t as difficult as you might think. With 70,000 parking spots to choose from, you’re sure to find somewhere within only a few steps of your destination. Here are a few places where you can find information.

If you don’t feel like driving around Monument Circle several times in a row, looking for an open space, then be sure to consult this website before you head out. It makes parking in downtown Indianapolis a snap.

The website divides the circle into four quadrants and lets you choose your spot by either quadrant or facility type. The facility types include garage, lot, and street. Parking in Indianapolis is very affordable, and there are numerous metered spots along the circle. If you prefer a garage to keep your car out of the weather, the Circle Centre Mall Sun Garage charges only $3 for an hour.

If it’s shopping you want to find that coveted parking space for, then you have plenty of options, as there are several garages surrounding the mall. There are plenty of other downtown attractions within walking distance too if you want to cap off your day of shopping with other activities. If you’re in the mood for dinner, you can walk from the mall to numerous enticing Indianapolis restaurants, including Hot Tuna at the Omni Severin Hotel, the Oceanaire Seafood Room, and Amici’s Italian restaurant.

Once dinner is over, you can walk if off with a stroll down to Victory Field, where you can cheer on your own Indianapolis Indians. Or if you’re in the mood for a little bit of culture, check out the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art, the Indiana Repertory Theatre, or the Indiana State Museum. It’s always fun to stroll through the Indianapolis Artsgarden too.

If you drive just a bit further onto Massachusetts Avenue, you’ll find one of the several Indianapolis cultural hotspots known as Mass Ave. There is parking available in front of this strip of Indianapolis bars and nightclubs that are sure to be hopping once it gets dark in the Circle City. If you have an evening of fun planned downtown, don’t worry about the downtown parking situation; you shouldn’t have any trouble finding a spot to store your vehicle for as late as you want your evening to go.