For those who haven’t been…The Woodstock Club is across the street from the Indianapolis Museum of Art and is surrounded by plenty of green…and a pool…and a parking lot (not shown). The Woodstock Club is on land originally owned by the Indianapolis Country Club. Find more on its early history on the Woodstock website.
View from the front entrance.
They have a good fireworks show for members on July 4th. I’m not a member, but I’ve seen it from fairly close by.
I wish there was more to this article than “Here’s two pictures from inside this building, oh look, green lawn and a pool!”
I wish I had a photographer who could take pictures necessary to keep all the daily features illustrated.
Forgive me–my last visit to Indy was in 1976..all family gone from there. So, what’s the IMA? I have a feeling my “rich” relations belonged to Woodstock. Vaguely remember eating shrimp cocktail there, and my relations both swimming and playing tennis there. I had thought it was called Woodstock Country Club.
I’ll go read the link, but for us scattered former residents, it’d be great if you could spell out somewhere in your article names that you’ve used the abbreviation or acronym for (eg.IMA).
I like your blog, and often recognize buildings, sometimes don’t. But I can usually tell whether it’s something I once passed a dozen times a month, or would never have gone near. It’s great.to see that so many people care about preserving and conserving and reusing older buildings, revitalizing neighborhoods.
IMA, Indianapolis Museum of Art