Home to the World War II, Korean and Vietnam Wars and the Cenotaph Memorials. Read more.
See Civil War remnants, including artifacts, letters, personal diaries and more. Read more.
Recognizing recipients of the nation’s highest military honor from 15 major wars and conflicts. Read more.
This memorial stands as a tribute to the more than 600 Indiana policemen and firefighters who have given their lives in the line of duty. Read more.
Located in the heart of Downtown on Monument Circle and recognized as one of the world’s most exceptional monuments, it stands as a symbol of Indianapolis and the state of Indiana. Read more.
The museum located in the bottom of the memorial exhibits the history of Indiana’s veterans from the Battle of Tippecanoe to the war in Iraq. Read more.
The City of Indianapolis was granted possession of two 22-foot steel beams from the World Trade Center which are the focal point of the memorial. Read more.
The centerpiece of the park is the Depew Fountain, dedicated to physician Dr. Richard Johnson Depew. Designer Karl Bitter died before the fountain’s completion, Alexander Stirling Calder completed. Read more.
Honoring those individuals who died aboard the U.S.S. Indianapolis, the last American ship to sink in World War II. Read more.
The 100-foot tall Obelisk fountain in the center of the park stands as a symbol of the hopes, strength and desires of this nation. Read more.