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Indiana War Memorial, Indianapolis

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#5 of 18 in Museums in Indianapolis
Military Museum · Hidden Gem · Monument
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Hours of operation:

Indiana War Memorial, Shrine Room & Military Museum

431 North Meridian St

Open Wednesday-Sunday 9am-5pm except:

Closed all State Holidays

Soldiers and Sailors Monument

Monument Circle

Gift Shop & Observation Deck (south entry)

10:30am – 5:30pm

Friday through Sunday November to April

Wednesday through Sunday May to October

Observation Deck closes at 5:15p on open days

Closed on all State Holidays

Colonel Eli Lilly Civil War Museum

10:30am – 5:30pm

Friday through Sunday November to April

Wednesday through Sunday May to October

Closed on all State Holidays
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  • It rises up 210 feet and reachable via a flight of steps and towers over almost five blocks of war memorials and monuments. One of the largest collections outside of Washington DC. Inside the... 
    It rises up 210 feet and reachable via a flight of steps and towers over almost five blocks of war memorials and monuments. One of the largest collections outside of Washington DC. Inside the...  more »
  • Unlike a restaurant or hotel, it's difficult to rate a museum. But this place is a must-see for people who love American history, especially Indianans. It has exhibits for both World Wars, the... 
    Unlike a restaurant or hotel, it's difficult to rate a museum. But this place is a must-see for people who love American history, especially Indianans. It has exhibits for both World Wars, the...  more »
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  • This was absolutely amazing! I can't believe it was free with the amount of information, history, and artifacts on display. If you decide to visit, go to the basement first and end the tour going upstairs. I spent several hours reading the displays and didn't manage to read nearly half of what was on display. I would return without hesitation and encourage those history buffs to check this out. They could easily charge admission for this outstanding exhibit.
  • Glad to see this amazing place is getting a face lift. Have loved this place since I first saw it in 1974. It’s history as a building in Indy is pretty cool. A lot of artifacts from Wars gone by and it could use some updating. My favorite part is up the stairs. It must be like the Holy of Holies... very sacred place. Not too sad, incredibly patriotic. Very special.

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