Explore Indianapolis history through three buildings on one corner. For more than 100 years, the intersection of Alabama and Market streets has been a hub of city life. We’re connecting past to present through the architecture and stories behind three iconic buildings.
We begin in the midcentury madness of the City-County Building with its magnificent views of downtown from the 28th-story observation deck. Then take a behind-the-scenes look at the revitalization of Market East district in Cummins’ Indianapolis headquarters. We end our journey at City Market with drinks and snacks.
The program starts at the City-County Building, 200 E. Washington St., Indianapolis, and includes walking between three buildings. Garage parking is available at Market and New Jersey streets. Participants are responsible for their own parking.
$15; $12 members. Ticket includes light appetizers and one beverage. 21 and over only.
In partnership with The City of Indianapolis: Department of Metropolitan Development
Please leave extra time to go through security and leave aerosol cans, sharp metal objects (including nail files, pocket knives, clippers and scissors), knitting needles, and firearms at home. Enter through the Market Street doors and then follow the signs to the service elevator to the 26th floor. From there, you’ll catch the hydraulic elevator to the 28th floor. Staff and signage will help direct you.
This tour will involve walking around one mile over the course of two hours. IHS will make reasonable modifications to ensure that everyone has an equal opportunity to enjoy the event. If you have mobility concerns, please email Callie McCune at firstname.lastname@example.org for accommodations.
Our tour will end at Tomlinson Taproom at the City Market.