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A gem of the Midwest

The “Crossroads of the Midwest” is a hidden gem that few travelers know about. Like any large metropolis, Indianapolis has a lot to offer in terms of history, architecture, and arts. In terms of entertainment, the city features a different festival every month, and a number of great music venues, including Verizon Wireless Music Center, Indy’s largest outdoors amphitheater. The restaurant and craft beer scene is growing rapidly and there are many recreational options as well, such as green parks, velodrome tracks, ice skating, and affordable golfing.

Indiana World War Memorial Plaza Monument | 110912-1938-jikatuJimmy Baikovicius / CC BY-SA 2.0

Indiana World War Memorial

Indiana World War Memorial

In memory of fallen Hoosiers

In memory of fallen Hoosiers Editors' Note

Towering 210 feet above the ground, the colossal Indiana World War Memorial pays homage to the fallen Indiana soldiers in World War I, World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.

The Indiana World War Memorial was designed by Frank R. Walker and Harry E. Weeks in 1926 but did not reach completion until 1965. It includes the Shrine Room with 24 stained glass windows and a large 17-by-30 foot American flag.

Indiana World War Memorial
431 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN, 46204 Indianapolis
Open Wed.-Sun., 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Closed Mon.-Tues. and major holidays