Whether you are cheering for the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame on Saturdays, screaming your head off during the Indianapolis 500, or stuck to your seats during a Pacers basketball game, you are sure to have your fun in Indiana. As a tourist or local, you will find plenty to do. Check out the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site, get your bluegrass love on at Bill Monroe’s Bluegrass Hall of Fame, or take the kids to the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. The “Hoosier State” is also a diverse place for business. Indianapolis is the largest city in the state, but there are several metropolitan areas with populations over 100,000 citizens. With close proximity to cities like Chicago, the agricultural products of the state are easily transported all over the nation. Pharmaceutical, steel, medical devices, and automobile manufacturing are just a small example of the big industries that call Indiana home.