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Huddleston Farmhouse Inn Museum

Huddleston Farmhouse Inn Museum
Mount Auburn, Indiana
The Huddleston Farmhouse served as a rest stop for travelers using the National Road (Cumberland Road), one of the earliest highways built in America. The Quaker family of 11 who lived in the house provided stables, food and lodging.

Indiana Statehouse

Indiana Statehouse
Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, 46204
The Indiana Statehouse is laid out in the shape of a cross. A large central rotunda with a glass domed ceiling connects the four wings. The structure is four stories high. Built in 1888, it is the fifth building to house the state government.

Owen J. "Donie" Bush Stadium

Owen J.
Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana
This endangered landmark was home to the Indianapolis Indians, a minor league ball for many decades. It was also home to a few Negro League teams, as well as a Continental Football League team, the Indianapolis Capitols.

Soldiers and Sailors Monument (Indianapolis)

Soldiers and Sailors Monument (Indianapolis)
Indianapolis, Indiana
The Soldiers and Sailors Monument was designed by German architect Bruno Schmitz, and was completed in 1901. The basement of the monument is the Colonel Eli Lilly Museum, a museum of Indiana history during the American Civil War.

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Top 10 Most Popular Indiana Landmarks

  1. Indiana Statehouse
  2. Soldiers and Sailors Monument (Indianapolis)
  3. Owen J. "Donie" Bush Stadium
  4. Huddleston Farmhouse Inn Museum
  5. Indianapolis Museum of Art
  6. One North Capitol Center
  7. Monument Circle
  8. Murat Shrine Theater
  9. Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art
  10. Madam Walker Urban Life Center and Theater

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