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There are so many beautiful historic places to love in Indianapolis, but we all have different favorites, so I put it out to the twitterverse and faceplace for a day to get some inspiration from you the readers, on your favorite bits of Indy history–still present or long gone– so I’m just going to recap for you!

Top mentions:

Home sweet home- for those of us who know our home has a personality and a past as rich as our own...

Individual homes- It’s great that people are so invested in individual homes and how lovely that people would note their own home as a favorite!

Large Round window in Head House, Union Station

Union Station, old City Hall and Crown Hill got a couple of nods (and Gothic Chapel, specifically), but otherwise, it was quite a polyglot! Thanks for playing and go notice the best, brightest and most beautiful Indianapolis has to offer: chances are it’s historic, whatever it is.

Gothic Chapel, Crown Hill Cemetery

Others noted:

President Benjamin Harrison Home

Hinkle Fieldhouse

Ayres Tea Room

Garfield Conservatory and Park

Tee Pee Restaurant

Indy 500

Public School #77

Howe High School

Pleasant Run

Arlington Theater

Sheridan

Laughner’s Drive-In

Ron-De-Vu

Broad Ripple Pool

Rosylyn Bakery

Though I don’t know every one on the list, it’s a great starting place for thinking of old places that leave/ left an impression. Feel free to add more!

2 responses to “Friday Favorites: Your votes”

  1. Kevin J. Brewer says:

    Christ Church Cathedral
    Scottish Rite Cathedral
    Indianapolis Main Library (original part)
    James Whitcomb Riley Home
    U.S. Arsenal at Indianapolis, Storehouse A (The Arsenal Building at Tech High School)
    Woodruff Place
    Second Presbyterian Church
    All Saints Episcopal Church
    etc.

  2. basil berchekas jr says:

    I’ll add some when they come to mind…(whenever that is!)

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