Experience. Honor. Remember.

Indiana’s rich military history comes alive as you explore the Indiana War Memorial Museum and see the tattered flag of the 15th Indiana Regiment Infantry, stroll along the lush green space at the Veterans Memorial Plaza or sit intently listening to the stories of bravery at the Medal of Honor Memorial. Experiencing these historic landmarks enables us to honor the generations of Hoosiers who defend freedom around the world.

The Indiana War Memorials Foundation is proud to support the museum, monuments and memorials that form the Indiana War Memorial Plaza Historic District—a National Historic Landmark District that is also on the National Register of Historic Places. No other city in the United States maintains as many acres dedicated to honoring veterans. Only Washington D.C. has more monuments dedicated to veterans and military conflicts. These historic treasures give us a concrete and meaningful way to ensure that the sacrifices of Hoosier veterans are remembered forever.



With 25 acres filled with one museum, three parks and various monuments and memorials, Indianapolis ranks first in the nation in the number of acres dedicated to honoring our veterans, and second only to Washington D.C. in the number of monuments. VIEW MAP

Bricks of Honor

Bricks of Honor are permanent tributes that honor the memory of an individual veteran.

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Self-Guided Tour of the IWMC Properties

Download the PocketSights mobile app to take a self-guided tour of the IWMC Properties on your GPS-enabled mobile device. LEARN MORE

COVID-19 Update

Following the direction of Governor Eric Holcomb and recommendations from the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH), the Indiana Soldiers and Sailors Monument and the Indiana War Memorial are temporarily closed beginning March 18, in response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. In addition, all scheduled programs, activities, and events have been postponed or suspended during this period.


This decision was made out of an abundance of caution, to protect the safety and health of our staff, volunteers and visitors. As the situation continues to unfold, a date to reopen and resume activities will be established, based on recommendations from ISDH.

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