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Monument Circle
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Monuments & Statues
Indiana War Memorial
Military Museums, Monuments & Statues
Central Canal
Points of Interest & Landmarks
USS Indianapolis Memorial
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Central Library
Architectural Buildings, Libraries, Government Buildings, Civic Centres, Points of Interest & Landmarks
9-11 Memorial
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Monuments & Statues
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Victory Field
#1 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
Victory Field is the perfect place to enjoy baseball for the enjoyment of the beautiful field, the cityscape view behind the field, and the tradition and fans of minor league baseball.
Well, the stadium was so clean and comfortable with a great view of downtown Indy, had such friendly people both working and attending, and the snacks were tasty and reasonable.
Indianapolis Museum of Art
#2 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
Renamed Newfields some time ago, this is a awesome place to view some outstanding and creative art, to stroll the impressive grounds, relax and reflect.
Historical Site, Beautiful Park and surroundings to tour and enjoy, Greenhouse.
Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site
#3 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
Our visit to the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site was history, politics, art, culture, and even women's achievements all rolled into one fascinating tour.
I love history, and I've toured a LOT of historical sites; Jan was one of the most thorough, thoughtful guides, and was happy to address many questions.
Indiana War Memorial
#4 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
This stunning monument has exquisite sculptures outside commemorating our unifying US war history and an awesome view of the city from the top.
It's a big and beautiful structure and from the upper level after the staircase there are great views of Indy downtown skyline.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum
#5 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
The tour guide was very passionate about the sport and the location and made learning the history of the site really interesting.
The outside view had Indianapolis army of buses dedicated to racing and statue of ADOLPH WOLTER 1968 as a memorial and you can sit and chat if there aren't much people around.
Crown Hill Cemetery
#6 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
The burial grounds for Indiana poet James Whitcomb Riley, a military burial site, Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd U.S. President, several Vice Presidents and many other Indiana dignitaries.
Also, you can visit the impressive National Cemetery for our military members, the monument for the Heroes of Public Safety, the Indiana AIDS Memorial, and view Indianapolis from The Crown/J.W. Riley Memorial.
Central Canal
#7 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
The entire canal has something to see with every step, such as the best city views, sculptures, murals, monuments and memorial, nature and wildlife like ducks, birds and turtles, fountains, bridges, etc.
I rode my segway through the entire canal and found it incredibly easy to maneuver on and off the canal for pit stops and the sites were interesting and fun.
Monument Circle
#8 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
Sites to see are Christ Church Episcopal Cathedral (family church of Eli Lily family), the Columbia Club (founded to re-elect Benjamin Harrison as president), Col. Lily Civil War Museum and Circle Theater (home of...
You can try a free walking tour on the week-end: I had an excellent guide, Suzie, or you can just take yourself around Monument Circle and see a wide variety of amazing sights.
Bankers Life Fieldhouse
#9 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
Concert seating with great views and the food and beer selections are great for a sporting arena.
The seats were amazing (Section 115 Row 4) and the view was perfect.
Colonel Eli Lilly Civil War Museum - Soldiers & Sailors Monument
#10 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
General Goodwin from the war memorial who manages all the veteran sites in downtown would say it was built to honor those from Indiana who traveled south and fought as well as those from the south.
I am so happy to know that now everyone, especially yourself, can view, appreciate, admire and enjoy the stump and cannonball, which gave me and my brothers so much frustraion, intrigue and yes, even historical ap...
Indiana State Capitol
#11 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
Beautiful view of Monument from there the front & vice verse from the Monument
The Intern that took us to all the sites in the capitol great.
Scottish Rite Cathedral
#12 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
We arrived after tour hours so could only view the outside.
Indy Racing Experience
#13 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
And the view of the track was front and center.
USS Indianapolis Memorial
#14 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
When ever you go there or to visit this GREAT site it gives you a sense of history, geography and lots of insights of what and how history has turned to great nation.
Allows walkers and runners to view and pay tribute.
Medal of Honor Memorial
#15 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
We unexpectedly came upon the memorial while walking along the canal and took some time to view and read through it.
I believe at night it has lights shining on it from the bottom view .
Saint John Evangelist Catholic Church
#16 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
It is worth the visit to enjoy the beauty of the well preserved landmark church.
It would really benefit out of town visitors if you would mention on your website that parking on site is limited and to please use parking garages available on the block.
Central Library
#17 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
Somehow they have blended the best of old and new in its architecture, with modern computer technology, amazing vistas several stories tall, interesting nooks for reading, outstanding views of the downtown skyline...
I suggest that any visitor to Indianapolis should visit this library, enjoy the books, the art, the atmosphere...and take a look at the great view of the city from the 6th floor.
9-11 Memorial
#18 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
With a piece of steel from each tower positioned as the original towers were, this is a very well thought out site.
Site seeing
The Murat Theatre at the Old National Centre
#19 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
The acoustics were perfect (in orchestra center) and the view was perfect.
It's an Indianapolis landmark worth a visit.
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Christ Church Cathedral
#20 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
Studio 2000 Salon & Day Spa
#21 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
Indiana Farmers Coliseum
#22 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
Hook's American Drugstore Museum
#23 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
It is like walking into the past with all the amazing sights including original items used by the pharmacists and doctors during that time.
Peyton Manning Statue
#24 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
Lockerbie Square District
#25 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
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Hindu Temple of Central Indiana
#26 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
Fountain Square Theatre Building
#27 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
Indianapolis Speedrome
#28 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
Veterans Memorial Plaza
#29 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis
If you start at the top you are faced with a Sarcophagus surrounded by four Columns with Gold Eagles on them, and looking down the Memorial Plaza to the Fountain is a wonderful view.
Mid-America Speedway
#30 of 46 Sights & Landmarks in Indianapolis