Indianapolis Art Center

Indianapolis Art Center

The Indianapolis Art Center is next to the Monon Trail at 820 E 67th Street. The Center was founded in 1934 as a program to help artists during the Great Depression, but didn’t move into the current location until 1996. Be sure to check out the art classes, exhibits and special events. Fun fact for architecture fans: Michael Graves designed the building. Directions Exit the trail … Continue reading Indianapolis Art Center

Hook’s Drug Store Museum

Hook’s Drug Store Museum is a recreation of a 19th century drug store and ice cream soda fountain using artifacts (some quite rare) from around the Midwest. The museum is also a nod to John A. Hook, who opened the first Hook’s Drug Store in 1900 in Indianapolis. Many other stores followed, which were later acquired by various other companies. Call ahead to confirm hours of … Continue reading Hook’s Drug Store Museum