What is the best thing to bring home from Indianapolis?

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Larry Olmsted

When leaving Indianapolis, make sure to bring home a piece of the city’s heritage — new or old. The most popular Indianapolis souvenirs are from the Hall of Fame at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway — take home a model of the Marmon Wasp, the yellow car that won the first-ever Indy 500 in 1911. At the Indianapolis Museum of Art, pick up a miniature replica of Robert Indiana’s iconic square, four-letter LOVE statue from the gift shop. While the 3-ton original outside the museum is red, keepsake versions are available in all sizes and colors. And if you can, snag a six-pack of local beer to bring home with you. Indianapolis has a thriving craft brewing scene — check out the beers at the popular Sun King Brewery.

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