1. Membership to Indy's Top Attractions
Sometimes an afternoon strolling a museum exhibit or visiting an Indy attraction is just the ticket. But those tickets can be expensive. That's why a membership to one of these places is the perfect gift for most people. Why not give a gift of an entire year of visits? For children or families, you can't beat the Indianapolis Children's Museum or Indianapolis Zoo. For art lovers, consider the Eiteljorg Museum. The Indianapolis Museum of Art is already free, but there are special perks afforded their members. For history buffs, the Indiana State Museum is a perfect solution.Membership to these organizations can be purchased online so there's no need to rush out to a store.
Sports team gear and memorabilia are always popular. If there's anyone on your list who enjoys local sports teams, you might want to consider a gift or gift card from the pro shops. Whether it's the Indianapolis Colts, Indiana Pacers, Indiana Fever, Indianapolis Indians or Indianapolis Ice, you're sure to score the perfect gift for the sports fan on your list.
3. ChocolatesEveryone loves chocolates. If you'd like to give a gift with local-flair, consider giving chocolates from locally-owned stores. These stores will offer more unique gift baskets and tins and would make a perfect gift for guests visiting the city or for friends who have moved away and might enjoy a taste of home. Topping the list of great chocolate places, consider a gift from Abbotts Also, Southbend Chocolate Company or The Best Chocolate in Town. Also, Godiva, though not unique to Indianapolis, does have two locations in the city.