For decades, people have admired the white terra cotta Coca-Cola bottling plant on Indianapolis’s Massachusetts Avenue, but few have been allowed to see that the Art Deco show continues inside.
The 100-year-old church at the corner of German Church Road and Washington Street is once again in jeopardy of being demolished.
Indiana Landmarks recently took responsibility for a miniature gem in downtown Indianapolis—one of the oldest original White Castles.
The story of the Fowler Theatre, winner of Indiana Landmarks’ 2016 Cook Cup for Outstanding Restoration, will come to life on Feb. 24.
For those who like to shop for antiques, collectibles, architectural salvage and yard sale deals, Treasure Hunt is a summer highlight.
Indiana Landmarks announces recent awards from its Partners in Preservation National Register Program (PIP) that will support nominating five Hoosier sites the National Register of Historic Places.
On June 28, the mansion that gave Golden Hill its name will open for a tour following a top-to-bottom restoration before the property goes on the market with a multi-million-dollar price tag,Auto visionary David M. Parry built the house in 1904, the first structure in what is now the Golden Hill Historic District. Indiana Automotive Heritage, […]
Offering a prelude to Indiana Landmarks’ Mid-Century Modern home tour, on June 6, Miami-based architect Jorge Hernandez will deliver a lecture about Modern architecture and his city’s efforts to save a Modern masterpiece, the Miami Marine Stadium. The lecture, which is free and open to the public, will be presented in the Indianapolis Museum of Art. […]
The 2nd annual Rescue Party, benefitting Indiana Landmarks’ Endangered Places program, takes place April 27th from 6:00pm-11:00pm at 1201 Central Ave in Indianapolis. At the Rescue Party you can choose your fun: iron chef-style mixology competition, art show, live auction of one-of-a-kind experiences, dancing to the Impalas, and lavish hors d’oeuvres prepared by Indiana Landmarks Center’s house caterers. They will also be awarding […]
The Victorian-era Morris-Butler House, decorated for the holidays, is the perfect setting for carolers and dramatic readings of “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.” Families will learn about holiday traditions of the era, some familiar and some that have died away, and children can make a Victorian Christmas ornament to take home. Admission is $5 per […]