|Museums and War Memorials to Visit in Indianapolis
| Soldiers & Sailors Monument - in center of the city (aka the Circle.)
The Colonel Eli Lilly Civil War Museum is located in the lower level.
There is an observation deck at the top of the monument. Has a gift
U.S.S. Indianapolis Memorial - Walnut St. & Senate Ave., Central
Canal. Last American ship to be sunk in WWII.
Congressional Medal of Honor Memorial - The nation's highest
military honor from 15 major wars
American Legion Mall extending from St. Clair Street to North Street
between Meridian and Pennsylvania
The World War II Memorial - Located on the east side, is the first
memorial to be shaped like a half-circle.
The Korean and Vietnam Wars Memorial is located on the
southern end of the mall. The two appear to be separate entities,
but in actuality, they combine to become one memorial.
Indiana War Memorial and Museum - 210 feet tall. It occupies an
entire city block between Meridian and Pennsylvania Streets to the
east and west and Michigan and Vermont streets to the north and
Veterans Memorial Plaza - Just north of the Indiana War Memorial.
Congressional Medal of Honor Memorial - located on the south side of
There is also a Firefighters Memorial garden located at 10 W.
Washington St. and a Indiana Law Enforcement & Firefighters
Memorial located east of the Indiana Government Center.
IMAX 3D Theater Real IMAX, Located by Eiteljorg and State Museum,
their movie screen is 6 stories high! Some movies shown in 3-D.
The Eiteljorg Museum This downtown museum is dedicated to Indian and
Western Art. Has a nice cafe with balcony overlooking canal.
Newfields located on the near north west side. Until 2017, was called
Indianapolis Museum of Art
Conner Prairie A Living Museum - recreated 18th century settlement.
North of Indy.
See the world's largest water
clock at the Children's Museum
|Soldiers and Sailors Monument
|Indiana War Memorial
and University Park
|Congressional Medal of Honor Memorial
|USS Indianapolis Memorial
|Korean and Vietnam Memorials