Running Tours in Indianapolis is the best way to experience the city. Indianapolis has been listed as one of the ‘best places to go’ in the world for 2021 by Conde Nast Magazine.

Indianapolis has opened one of it’s most anticipated projects called the Bottleworks District. A restoration of a Coca Cola bottling plant, complete with all the art deco style left intact. It houses a Garage Food Hall of dozens of vendors. All was part of a $300 million downtown development

Home to the largest half marathon in the nation. The Indianapolis Mini-Marathon, named as tradition has since the first race started in 1977, and was won by Frank Shorter. It is the kickoff to the exciting Month of May that ends with the Indy 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. May in Indy is all about racing, either by foot, or by IndyCar. Whether you are running the half Marathon or watching the speedway, we are happy to guide you on a running tour in Indianapolis.

Indianapolis has embraced the running and biking community by laying 8 miles of trail to showcase the various historically significant neighborhoods and cultures within their location in the city. This venture took 12 years of planning and six years of construction.

Indianapolis is known as “The Amateur Sports Capitol of the World.” It is the national headquarters for the NCAA. It has also hosted events such as The Pan American Games, The Super Bowl and Olympic trials. It’s no wonder that Indianapolis is a top choice in sports recreation.

Come see beautiful architecture, enjoy a tenderloin sandwhich, and see what Indianapolis has to offer. Let Go! Running Tours give you an experience like none other.