Herron-Morton Place Park

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Herron-Morton Place Park is located in the middle of the neighborhood on Alabama Street between 19th and 20th. A cornerstone project completed by the Herron-Morton Place Foundation in 2003, the park is an evocative tribute to the neighborhood’s history and spirit.

Visitors will notice a large granite boulder which was a gift by IPS School 45 in 1916 to commemorate Camp Morton, a prisoner of war camp during the Civil War. A bronze historic marker also identifies the use of the land during that time.

Herron-Morton Place

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Experience the rich history and grandeur of Herron-Morton Place, a sought-after place to live for those who appreciate its unique character, sense of history, and convenient access to the city's amenities. The neighborhood features a mix of architectural styles, including Victorian, Queen Anne, Italianate, and Colonial Revival, many of which have been beautifully restored and maintained along picturesque streets lined with mature shade trees. And the location can't be beat: a five-minute drive from Downtown Indianapolis and adjacent to vibrant historical neighborhoods like Kennedy-King, the Old Northside, and Fall Creek Place, makes for a short commute home to this charming community with a historic, suburban feel.

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