Normal Hours of Operation (weather permitting):
Fridays: 6pm - 11pm
Saturdays: 6pm - 11pm
Sundays: 5pm - 9pm
Additional days during holidays
30 minute Tour: $60.00
60 minute Tour: $120.00
Special pricing available for custom tours!
Country Carriage Company is a locally owned and operated horse drawn carriage service in Indianapolis. We have been providing carriage rides and tours for Indy patrons since 2009. Our team handles reservations and tours directly so we are able to provide the best prices.
Our Cinderella Carriage was the first of its kind in Indianapolis. It's elegance and charm makes it a great fit for any occasion from a romantic evening out on the town to an enchanted birthday party carriage ride. Our drivers and horses enjoy providing a special experience for our passengers. If you are looking for a great experience with a horse drawn carriage ride in Indy, you've come to the right place.
The Capitol Building and Canal
Enjoy a relaxing ride around some of downtown Indy's most popular sites, the Capitol Building and Canal. The White River Canal has been delighting Indy patrons for years providing a waterside location for walking, cycling, running and site seeing. The Capitol Building is one of few in the nation where all three branches of government operate in the same location. The building, completed in 1888, is constructed of white oak and limestone.
Parks and Monuments (North of Monument Circle)
Take in some of the unique views of the city on this carriage tour of the parks and monuments in the city. See sites like the Scottish Rite Cathedral, the Indiana World War Memorial, Veterans' Memorial Plaza, and University Park.
See one of the city's historic areas that features the bustling, fun-filled Mass Ave. A multitude of restaurants, pubs and one-of-a-kind shops attract many local patrons every night of the week. See the historic Old National Centre Theatre (Murate) as well as the city's unique Dancing Girl sign.
Downtown (restaurants, clubs and Lucas Oil Stadium)
Experience downtown Indy on this carriage tour of the local restaurants, clubs and the home of the beloved Indianapolis Colts, Lucas Oil stadium. See the historic Slippery Noodle the oldest bar in Indianapolis. Tour the main streets of the city and enjoy the sights and sounds all around you.
Custom Tours (you pick the sites, we'll take you there!)
Let us know the sites you want to see downtown and we'll take a custom route just for you and your guests. These routes must remain within the central downtown area. Custom pick ups and drop offs can be arranged for most times of the year, but may not be available during the Christmas season.
WEDDINGS AND SPECIAL EVENTS
If you're planning your wedding in the downtown Indianapolis area, let Country Carriage Company provide your send-off ride in an elegant Cinderella Pumpkin carriage or a traditional horse-drawn carriage.
Planning a special event in downtown Indianapolis? Let us provide one or more carriages during the event to give your guests a chance for a short ride in a carriage. We could get them to and from the event via a special carriage ride. Special rates can be arranged.
Mr. Tom is a North American Spotted Draft. His coloration and size make him a stand-out among the carriage horses down town. Even though he is smart as a whip he loves all the attention from the people coming by. Maybe he is just looking to see who he can beg treats from. In his off time he enjoys trail riding. If he sees a saddle he will bang on the gate with his foot till you come and get him out.
Tank is a good looking Clydesdale who has his own fan club down town. Seems lots of people stop by just to see the big boy. He is a red roan coloration which is not all that common among Clydesdales. He is never just standing still as he has to look at everything going on around him. This Mamma’s boy does like to go on trail rides as well.
Miss Rosie is our Brabant, which is a European Belgian. She gets lots of double looks due to the black feathering around her feet. Feathering on horse’s legs is normally associated with Clydesdales, but is also a trait of Brabant’s. Her coloration changes with the seasons as she is very dark in the winter and almost silver when she sheds her winter coat in the spring. Just because she is the only girl she tries to rule the barn when at home.
You guessed it, Mr. Clyde is a Clydesdale. Nothing phases Clyde as he makes his way around downtown Indy as he is happy to go anywhere and do anything. He loves to hang out with the goats back at the farm. It is not unusual to see him laying down with baby goats playing King of the Hill on his back…..well maybe King of the Horse is more correct.