Travel To Indianapolis
Most conference activities, including registration, education sessions, the Exhibit Hall and bus/tour departures will take place at the Omni Severin and Crowne Plaza hotels.
Special room rates for the 2013 National Preservation Conference will be available starting June 1, 2013. Conference attendees may reserve rooms at the conference room rate through September 30 (for Crowne Plaza) and October 4 for (Omni Serverin).
COME TO INDIANAPOLIS! Taking a cue from native son David Letterman, we present 5 reasons why you should come to the National Preservation Conference in Indianapolis.
5 Blend of Old and New. Indianapolis presents a successful blend of old and new, with much of the new development shaped by preservation to create a co-existence that seems natural.
4 The Preservation Story. The city has a great preservation story to tell, with Indiana Landmarks at the heart of the tale as one of the largest and most successful preservation organizations in the nation.
3 Lots to Do and See. You’ll be surprised by downtown Indianapolis—walkable, safe, and lively at all hours—and by Columbus, IN, renowned as a mid-century design mecca, where we’ve arranged unprecedented access for conference attendees.
2 Set New Directions. You’ll have a fulfilling educational experience and participate in setting new directions for the preservation movement.
1 Major Fun. The local committee aims to inject joy at every turn so Indianapolis lives in memory as one of the really fun conferences!
Visit Indy: http://visitindy.com/2013NPC
National Park Service: www.nps.gov/history/nr/travel/indianapolis
Little Indiana on PBS: http://littleindiana.com/