Super Bowl Q & A
WTHR.com is compiling a list of questions and answers about Super Bowl-related events. Questions come from our Facebook page but you can also add them in the comments section. We can't guarantee to find an answer for you, but we'll do our best.
1. Can you still get tickets for the Super Bowl experience and zipline? (As of 1/26/12)
You can still purchase NFL experience tickets online or by calling 866-849-4635. The cost is $25 for adults; kids 12 and under are $20; two and under get in free.
Presale for zipline has ended but you can still walk up.
Q: Is there an age limit?
Must be a minimum of 6 years old to ride
Q: Is there a weight limit?
A: Must be at least 65lbs and no more than 275lbs
2. Are there restrictions on what you can bring to Super Bowl Village?
No coolers are permitted in Super Bowl village. You can bring backpacks, but expect them to be searched upon arrival.
3. How about curfews for underage children?
The current curfew for teens is going to be in effect: teens who are 15-17 years of age have a curfew of 11pm on weekdays and 1am on weekends - unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. See details here.
4. I was wondering how do I sign up to park and ride at Sarah Shank Golf Course?
Park and ride from several golf courses is another option. Click here for details.
5. Is it going to be free to walk through Super Bowl Village?
Yes it will be free! Super Bowl Village
6. Are there any park and ride options from area malls?
Two Super Celebration Shuttles (circulators) in Carmel will run along Pennsylvania Parkway from your hotel (Bus A includes Four Points by Sheraton, Jameson Inn, Staybridge Suites and Doubletree and Bus B includes SpringHill Suites, Renaissance Hotel, Hampton Inn and Hilton Garden Inn) to the Carmel Arts & Design District and Clay Terrace restaurants.
In Fishers, an on-call pick-up and drop-off service will run with advance reservations or call-ahead seating. Stops include the Hilton Garden Inn (also servicing Hotel Indigo), Holiday Inn Express (also servicing AmericInn), Comfort Suites (also servicing Residence Inn), Staybridge Suites and SpringHill Suites to restaurant destinations along 96th Street. Make reservations from the hotel front desk or restaurant hostess desk.
Circulator shuttles will run February 3-4, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Circulator shuttles is a free service from hotels to restaurants. Ask your hotel front desk staff for details.
More questions and answers will be added daily. Please check back or refresh your page to see the latest.
7. What about park and ride options from areas outside Indy metro?
A shuttle service is available from IU, Ball State and Purdue campuses. Click here for info.
8. What are the options for getting to the Super Bowl Village for those who are handicapped?
All of the parking garages downtown have reserveable spaces. More info here.
You can also email for info or call 855-NFL-ASST (635-2778) for any additional questions.
The southern lane of W. Maryland St. (just west of Capitol Ave.) is the main drop off location for wheelchair users.
9. Where can I park downtown?
As of Friday, Jan. 27, park and ride was sold out for the next week. If you're willing to walk, there are plenty of garages a little further from downtown.
There are 200 parking spots open now until Super Bowl Sunday at Westside Apostolic Church located at 1540 West Ohio St. The cost is just $40 per day. For more information about parking, call the 24-hour hotline: (317) 946-1795.
Most of the downtown lots and garages will be open to the public this weekend. They include one of the old MSA lots and the parking garage at Circle Centre Mall. Some of the employee lots at Eli Lilly will also be available, and Angie's List is also opening up its lot for parking.
Angie's List has more than 600 spots within steps of a city bus stop or a brisk, but scenic walk to Lucas Oil Stadium. Your $20 payment for a day's worth of parking will go to the company's Handy Helpers program, which helps neighborhood at-risk children and other nearby community organizations. For inquiries or to reserve more than 10 parking spots, email Angie's List. Reservations are not required. Parking will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis other than any reserved areas.
See also parkwhiz.com to reserve a spot.
10. When is The Today Show coming to Indy?
Next Friday February 3rd at the Pan American Plaza. More info here.
11. Where can local Pats fans hang out and have fun with other fans?
Not sure if any of these are specific for Patriots fans, but here's a list of sports bars in downtown Indianapolis along with addresses.
Basey's Downtown Grill 419 S. West St, Indianapolis, IN 46225
Buffalo Wild Wings 7 E. Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Buffalo Wings & Rings 111 W. Maryland St, Indianapolis, IN 46225
Cadillac Ranch 39 W. Jackson Place, Indianapolis, IN 46225
Champions Sports Bar 350 W. Maryland St, Indianapolis, IN 46225
Champps 49 W. Maryland St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Coaches Tavern 28 S. Pennsylvania St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Front Page Sports Bar 310 Massachusetts, Indianapolis, IN 46204
High Velocity Sports Bar 10 S. West St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Indianapolis Colts Grille 110 W. Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Kilroy's Bar N' Grill 201 S. Meridian St, Indianapolis, IN 46225
O'Reilly's Irish Bar 36 S. Pennsylvania St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
The Pub 30 E. Georgia St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Ram Restaurant & Brewery 40 S. Illinois St, Indianapolis, IN 46225
Scotty's Brewhouse 1 Virginia Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Tilted Kilt 141 S. Meridian St, Indianapolis, IN 46225
12. When is The Today Show coming to Indy?
Friday, February 3rd. The Today Show hosts will be live at the Pan American Plaza downtown. See details.
13. How long will the roman numerals be on Monument Circle?
The numerals will remain there throughout Super Bowl week.