Discover a wealth of innovation & history with Indianapolis Auto Tours
|Auto Pioneers Tour||Auto Row Walking Tour|
|Explore Indianapolis’ unique collection of automotive heritage from the early part of the twentieth century. Visit some of the plant sites like American, Cole, Duesenberg, Ford, Marmon, National, and Stutz; dealerships, such as Cadillac, Buick, Ford, and Lexington; and the homes once owned by Stutz and Duesenberg from this era. The tour begins downtown and is specifically tailored to your needs.
For your convenience, our guide accompanies you in your car. Tour start point customized to your location.
|Indianapolis’ early automobile row began when Carl G. Fisher moved his auto dealership to 400 N. Capitol Avenue in 1909. Approximately 20 buildings were constructed along this stretch of Capitol between 1910 and 1930 for automobile dealerships, tire companies, automotive parts and manufacturing concerns. We designed the tour to explore what exists today.
Tour starts at 400 N. Capitol Avenue. Parking is available in the lot across the street at 401 N. Capitol Avenue.
|2-2.5 hours||1-1.5 hours|
|25-30 sites visited||8-10 sites visited|
|Fee: $50, 1-4 people in your car||$10/person, $40 minimum|
|Tour is offered daily Monday through Saturday at 1:30 pm.||Tour is offered daily Monday through Saturday at 1:30 pm.|
|Tours always subject to availability – Click here for Auto Pioneers Tour Inquiry Form||Tours always subject to availability – Click here for Auto Row Walking Tour Inquiry Form|
The availability of group coach tours are possible, Click here for Coach Tour Inquiry Form.
Many have said that I am a “genuine car nut,” who enthusiastically shares my obsession for autos and touring.
I believe that an auto tour will transport you back to the era when autos were more about the journey than the destination. Why not come to Indianapolis to learn more about our heritage?