Indy is blessed with inspiring, fun, and beautiful public art. IndyGo is honored to be one of the many forms of transportation that allows you to visit and explore Indy. Here are just a few captivating pieces of public art you can easily visit by bus or catch a glimpse while riding by:
Ann Dancing created by Artist Julian Opie.
Routes 2, 5, 17 travel past the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue, Alabama Street, and Vermont Street.
Prairie Modules 1 and 2 created by M12 Collective.
Routes 2, 5, 10, 17 travel past the north side of North Street between New Jersey and Alabama Streets.
Looking Through Windows created by Artist Michael Kuschnir.
Routes 5 or 10 will bring you to the corner of Indiana Avenue and St. Clair Street.
Bench Around the Lake created by Artist Jeppe Hein.
Routes 34 or 38 will take you to 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art and Nature Park to see the 15 vivid yellow benches bordering the bank of the White River.
Boy and Dog created by Sculptor Tom Otterness.
Take routes 5, 11, 17, 21 to arrive near 515 East Street Clair Street.
IndyGo is excited to partner with the Arts Council of Indianapolis in recognizing public art invigorates communities, helps create a sense of place, and adds to the quality of life for citizens. Learn more about this partnership and the Art in Transit program.