The Reset Conference is being held at the Sheraton Indianapolis City Centre in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana.
Sheraton Indianapolis City Centre
31 W Ohio St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
About the Sheraton
From the Motor Speedway and Monument Circle, to fresh brews and farm to table cuisine – everything that makes Indy unique is right here at Sheraton Indianapolis City Centre Hotel. During your stay enjoy various attractions, like City Circle Mall, Lucas Oil Stadium, and the Indianapolis Zoo.
Relax with friends while overlooking Monument Circle, work out in our state-of-the-art fitness center, or stay connected with the Link@Sheraton; our lobby connection destination. With plenty of places to eat, shop and explore, guests can enjoy a truly unique experience in Indy.
For more information, visit Sheraton Indianapolis City Centre website.
Take a FREE winery tour at Easley Winery on Saturday or Sunday at noon (concludes with optional wine tasting for $5).
Take a stroll around Monument Circle to catch a glimpse of all Downtown has to offer. Peek in on live radio shows at the Emmis Communications building or take a snack to the steps of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument for one of Downtown’s prime people watching spots!
Wander through one of Indy’s six Cultural Districts, four of which are located Downtown: The Canal and White River State Park, Indiana Avenue, Mass Ave and Wholesale District.
Browse the Indianapolis City Market, open Monday – Friday from 7 a.m. – 9 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. – 9 p.m. Walk around the Summer Farmers’ Market from May – October on Wednesdays and the Indy Winter Farmers’ Market from November – April on Saturdays.
Take a walk along the 1.5 mile long Downtown Canal Walk. Check out some of the city’s best contemporary architecture. Stop in the NCAA Hall of Champions on MLK Day and Presidents’ Day (when admission is FREE) and shoot hoops in the 1930s retro basketball gymnasium.
Go window shopping at Circle Centre mall. It doesn’t cost anything to look.
Visit the beautiful Central Library and read a book. The Central Library provides reading lists, an events schedule and even homework help.
The Indiana State Library is open to the public for a variety of needs including but not limited to: genealogy research, Indiana history, preservation, rare books and manuscripts, reference and government services, talking books and Braille library, as well as the state data center. Take a tour of the Indiana State Library. Tours include Architecture Tour, “Pursuit of Pride” Children’s Tour and a Researcher’s Tour.
Hit the Indianapolis Cultural Trail for an opportunity to experience six Cultural Districts via foot or bike. The 8-mile trail showcases seven pieces of public art while winding through some of the most popular areas of Downtown. Find more places to bike and walk in Downtown Indy.
Check out the numerous concerts and performances in the Indianapolis Artsgarden programmed by the Arts Council of Indianapolis.
Stop by Indy Reads Books for a wide selection on new and used titles. The store hosts several free cultural events every week. You never know what you will find!
Toss a Frisbee, walk your dog or simply settle in the grass at one of many Downtown parks, including Military Park and University Park.
Do some family history research or look at interesting pieces of history at the Indiana Historical Society’s William Henry Smith Memorial Library located inside the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center. The reference staff can help you find what you’re looking for or you can get a head start using the online catalog. Open Tuesday – Saturday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Discover new local art during First Friday. Browse more than 25 art galleries on a self-guided tour on the first Friday of every month.
Lace up your gym shoes and ditch the boring treadmill for Workout Wednesdays on Georgia Street every Wednesday during the summer from noon to 12:45 p.m. The series includes Zumba and cardio hip-hop.
Drink up at Sun King Brewery. Tours are offered Thursdays at 6 p.m. and Saturdays starting at 2 p.m. and run on the hour (2 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m. or every 30 min as needed). Tours are approximately 30-35 minutes in length. If you’re a beer fan, check out our Local Indy Breweries page.
During summer months, grab a blanket and sit on the lawn outside the Indiana Historical Society for FREE Concerts on the Canal. Concerts run June and July on Thursday evenings.
Visit one of the nation’s top tourist attractions – The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis – on Christmas Eve, Martin Luther King Jr. Day and El Dia de Los Ninos for FREE admission. Don’t miss Target FREE Family Nights on the first Thursday of each month from 4 – 8 p.m.
Learn about Hoosier native Kurt Vonnegut. Grab a comfortable seat by the fireplace and read a book at the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library. The library is open daily except for Wednesdays.
Certain areas of the Indianapolis Museum of Art are free for all visitors, including The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park: 100 Acres, and access to the LOVE and Five Brushstrokes sculptures. Free general admission is also offered on the first Thursday of each month from 4 – 9 p.m.