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Housed in a historic building and is a part of the Indiana Historical Society. The space is well-equipped with modern light and acoustic amenities assuring that every event is a success. Other facilities include green rooms, dressing and rehearsal rooms. It is also used to organize shows in genres of drama, theater and much more.
The Indiana Historical Center is offering a unique way to explore the history of Indiana. There are the "You Are There" exhibits, where actors play historical figures that you can interact with to learn about a specific period. There's the "Destination Indiana" area, where innovative touch screens let you explore different areas of the state over time. There's even a whole room dedicated to Cole Porter, with an actor belting out some of his classics. With all of these interactive displays, a trip to the Historical Center is like a trip back in time.
Known as Indiana's oldest bar, The Slippery Noodle Inn has seen its share of action. It's a hub for blues in the area, and it has been home to countless wild shows over the years. There's still live blues being played seven days a week. Being located in a great sports town, the Noodle makes itself available to sports fans as well, hosting many a celebration. Even when there's nothing going on, the place is still packed with happy diners and drinkers chowing down on the hearty menu, featuring everything from traditional bar fare to steaks and pastas, and drinking everything from martinis to micro brews.
Built in 1909, Indianapolis Masonic Temple is set in a Classical Revival-style building. Spread across eight spacious floors, Indianapolis Masonic Temple on North Illinois Street is the state’s headquarters. It houses Indiana DeMolay, Indiana Masonic Home Foundation, Masonic Library and Museum of Indiana and many other such fraternities. It features rooms like the kitchen, dining room, ballroom, several lodge rooms and a large auditorium. Take a tour of this interesting and stunning Masonic Temple and learn about its history.
Military Park is Indianapolis' oldest and most storied. In this city of epic monuments and patriotic celebrations, this has been the site of many of the above. Today, it sits on the bank of the Canal, and provides safe haven for students and working folk looking for a shady spot to while away a sunny afternoon.
The beautiful architecture of this Cathedral is a treat for the eyes. Though the walls are a simple gray, the colorful stained glass windows and mosaics will take you by surprise and leave you in awe. This historic space also offers its banquet hall, ballroom and auditorium for theatrical performances, private parties, corporate events, luncheons and other acts.