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Indianapolis itinerary -- feedback welcome

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Am planning to spend three days in Indianapolis doing some sightseeing and would like some feasibility feedback on a tentative itinerary. Will not have a car and will either walk to sights or take the bus. Am staying almost immediately east of the RCA Dome.

Day 1:
-Morning arrival. Check in.
-Tour Capitol building.
-38 Bus out to Indianapolis Museum of Art (open in the evening). 38 Bus back to capitol.

Day 2:
-17 Bus to Morris-Butler House for tour. 17 Bus back to capitol.
-25 Bus to Indianapolis Motor Speedway to see track and museum. 17 Bus back to capitol.

Day 3:
-Check out, leave bags at hotel.
-Indiana State Museum.
-Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art.
-Return to hotel for bags. Evening departure.

Any sights I'm glaringly omitting? Am not interested in the Children's Museum or the Zoo, and don't expect the Connor Prairie Pioneer Settlement can be done without a car.

Also, any thoughts on how long it would take to reasonably see the Speedway complex, the State Museum, and the two art museums?

Many thanks.

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