Points of Interest Near Correa's Cleaning Service

Along with the Indy 500, Indianapolis has an affluent downtown and many awesome things to do.
This is why Correa's Cleaning Service is happy to serve such a vibrant community!

Below are some awesome places to visit while in Indy!

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The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is the world's largest children's museum. The museum is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums. It is 472,900 square feet with five floors of exhibit halls and receives more than one million visitors annually. Its collection of over 120,000 artifacts and exhibit items is divided into three domains: the American Collection, the Cultural World Collection, and the Natural World Collection.

Indianapolis Zoo

Housing more than 3,800 animals of more than 320 species and subspecies, the institution is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the American Alliance of Museums as a zoo, an aquarium, and as a botanical garden.

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Indianapolis Motor Speedway

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway also is known as “The Greatest Race Course in the World.” Nestled in Speedway, Indiana, just minutes from downtown Indianapolis, IMS is most known globally for hosting the largest single-day sporting event in the world, the Indianapolis 500, every Memorial Day weekend. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway also hosts the Verizon IndyCar Series, NASCAR, LPGA and many other forms of racing and events throughout the year.

Eagle Creek Park

Eagle Creek Park is the largest park in Indianapolis, and one of the largest municipal parks in the United States. Eagle Creek Park serves primarily as a nature reserve. Before coming into the possession of Indianapolis, the land was owned by Purdue University.

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Soldiers & Sailors Monument

The Indiana State Soldiers and Sailors Monument is a 284 ft 6 in tall neoclassical monument built on Monument Circle, a circular, brick-paved street that intersects Meridian and Market streets in the center of downtown Indianapolis. In the years since its public dedication on May 15, 1902, the monument has become an iconic symbol of Indianapolis.

Go Ape Zipline & Adventure Park

This is the big one! Our original Treetop Adventure in the canopy. Looking for 40 foot high tree-to-tree crossings, super long ziplines and heart-stopping Tarzan swings? Search no more.

A 2-3 hour adventure like no other awaits you!

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9/11 Memorial

Established in 2010 to honor those killed in 9/11 attack, the memorial consists of two 11,000-pound beams from the Twin Towers. Behind the beams stand a pair of six-foot tall black granite walls inscribed with remembrances of the events in New York City; Washington, D.C.; and Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Perched atop one of the beams is a bronze, life-size sculpture of an American Bald Eagle, with wings outstretched and gazing east toward New York City.

The USS Indianapolis National Memorial

Located at the north end of the Canal Walk between Senate Avenue and Walnut Street, the gray and black granite memorial is an outdoor site open to the public. It is created in the shape of the cruiser itself, with the story of the ship’s sinking etched on one side and, on the other, the names of the ship’s company and one passenger who made up her final crew.