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The Indiana World War Memorial Plaza is a solemn structure built to immortalize the soldiers who fought in World War I. The memorial was originally conceived in 1919, with the hopes of luring the American Legion to make their headquarters there. Despite the cornerstone having been laid, some parts of the memorial plaza were not completed until 1960. The centerpiece of the plaza is the memorial building itself, standing at a height of 210 feet (64 meters). This building draws inspiration from the ancient Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, residing in present-day Turkey. Ornamented on all sides by pleasant bushes, rolling lawns, stunning statues, and a fountain, the memorial is home to a museum, auditorium and the Shrine Room. Proclaimed a National Historic Landmark, the Indiana World War Memorial is a stirring locus of American history and a deep sense of architectural excellence.
The University Park is a part of the Indiana World War Memorial Plaza Historic District. The park was established in 1876 and features a number of statues and sculptures, with a grand fountain in the center. The details of the architecture in the park will make you feel like you've transported yourself to some European city, with the park seeming especially beautiful just after sunset in the lovely glow of the warm street lights.
247 Sky bar is an electric bar and a grand nightclub featuring VIP sections, huge patio area, live DJ music, jazzy lights, and a big LCD screen. The club features exciting live music events as well as an enticing event line-up of local and international DJs spin latest chartbusters for the enthusiastic crowd. There is a full bar that serves up tantalizing cocktails and other premium alcoholic beverages. The food menu features a broad range of starters, appetizers and other finger food, apart from main entrees and desserts.
Rising like a phoenix from the ashes of the vivacious Fifth Quarter, Taps Live is Downtown Indianapolis' destination for metal-heads. Classic bar food and a full drinks selection is served alongside great music at Taps Live. The live music venue hosts local and touring bands that favor extreme and hardcore music genres with a special penchant for metal. Tucked away in the basement of the Taps and Dolls entertainment complex, the venue is an intimate space for live music fans, with a low-strung stage and no unnecessary distractions.
The Pavilion at Pan Am is a world-class multi-purpose event venue and concert hall in the heart of Indianapolis. The venue frequently hosts music concerts by regional and international artists, parties, expos, and other events. The venue boasts state-of-the-art sound and visual effects systems. They also have a full bar that serves a variety of bottled beers, wines, spirits and a kitchen that serves quick bites and snacks. The Pavilion at Pan Am is a great place to enjoy some exceptional live music.
Not to be confused with its namesake building and The Pavilion at Pan Am, Pan Am Plaza is actually the open space of the building complex. Built around the time of the Pan American Games in 1987, this space hosts several public and community events. Centrally located, it is easily accessible as well.