Morris-Butler House

Programs and events at the historic Morris-Butler House highlight architecture, decorative arts, and family life in the nineteenth century. From the dramatic formal parlor to the private living quarters, you’ll see how an upper-middle-class family lived in the Victorian era. Rare furnishings fill rooms adorned with stenciled ceilings and elaborate wall-paper and plasterwork. In addition to its magnificent architecture, the home contains a collection of nineteenth-century sculptures, paintings and lithographs from all over the world.
  1204 North Park Avenue  
  (317) 639-4534
Attraction Address Phone
The Cabaret 924 N Pennsylvania (317) 275-1169
Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site 1230 North Delaware Street (317) 631-1888
Chatham Arch Commons Park 515 East St. Clair Street
FringeNext 719 East St. Clair Street (317) 522-8099
Firefighters Survive Alive! 748 Massachusetts Avenue (317) 327-6707
Propylaeum Historic Foundation 1410 North Delaware Street (317) 638-7881
Art Bank 811 Massachusetts Avenue (317) 624-1010
Peace Water Winery 747 North College Avenue (317) 735-6618
Indianapolis Fire Museum and the Fallen Firefighters Memorial 748 Massachusetts Avenue (317) 262-5161
8th Day Distillery 1125 East Brookside Avenue
Phoenix Theatre 705 North Illinois Street (317) 635-7529