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My husband and I walked this trail for about 2 hours. We enjoyed the walk very much and appreciated the signage as we went. Many places like the canal were very scenic and some historic. This was a definite bonus to our stay in Indianapolis...More
The cultural trail links most of the significant sites throughout downtown together in a cohesive and fun pathway that allows one to walk, jog or bike more safely through what was once a fairly risky ride in some places. The trail is set with decorative...More
What makes this interesting is the signs or what they call sculptures on the trail. Most just use paper, this also uses a holographic images as well as a sign that talks about the individual that contributed to peace. One of the at least 12...More
Rented a pacer bike and followed the trail. Easy to follow and a great way to see Indy in a couple of hours. Wish the had a few mor bike stations, but managed to get around without being charged extra on the bike.
Sarah F, Public Relations Manager at Indianapolis Cultural Trail, responded to this reviewResponded 24 May 2018
Awesome! Glad you enjoyed the experience. We're expanding Pacers Bikeshare soon! :)
The cultural trail, also known as the Glick peace walk, is an installation that encompasses 14 Luminaries such as Albert Einstein and Thomas Addison spread across some distance. I walked along it on a Saturday afternoon while going from the central canal to the Scottish...More
They need to create more "cultural trails" it's one of my favorite things about indy, it roots around some of the best parts of town and it's great to walk or bike on in the summer/spring/fall. Indy needs to make more trails like this.
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Hello. I believe the Culture Trail is self-guided. It's sort of like the Freedom Trail in Boston...marked by special bricks in the sidewalk. You just follow the bricks the whole route and it takes you past different parts of... More
Hello. I believe the Culture Trail is self-guided. It's sort of like the Freedom Trail in Boston...marked by special bricks in the sidewalk. You just follow the bricks the whole route and it takes you past different parts of the city and places you can visit. You can walk it or go by bike (which is what I would recommend). It took about 1.5 hours by bike.