Indiana War Memorial and Museum
This memorial, honoring those who fought in both World Wars, Korea and Vietnam, is one of the largest memorials in Indianapolis, standing 210 feet tall. It occupies an entire city block of the War Memorial Plaza between Meridian and Pennsylvania Streets to the east and west and Michigan and Vermont streets to the north and south. Visit the Shrine Room, symbolizing peace and unity, on the top (third) level. On the main floor, visitors will find meeting spaces, the Pershing Auditorium and the names of all Hoosiers who fought in WWI and Hoosiers who were killed or MIA in WWII, Korea and Vietnam. The museum located in the bottom of the memorial exhibits the history of Indiana's veterans from the Battle of Tippecanoe to the war in Iraq.