Hinkle Fieldhouse

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Known as Indiana’s Basketball Cathedral, Hinkle Fieldhouse has reigned as one of the nation’s great sports arenas for more than nine decades. The classic facility was constructed in 1928 and has stood the test of time, maintaining the splendor, character and atmosphere that has made it one of the nation’s most famous basketball arenas for nearly a century. Home to the Bulldogs’ men’s basketball, women’s basketball and volleyball programs, Hinkle’s easy-to-access location on campus makes it a must-see stop for sports fans visiting Indianapolis.

Butler-Tarkington

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Home to Butler University and adjacent to other Midtown neighborhoods Broad Ripple and Meridian Kessler, Butler-Tarkington’s residents love its older homes and tree-lined streets, as well as its educational, cultural, and recreational amenities. Anchored by the esteemed Butler University, the neighborhood enjoys a vibrant cultural scene with the iconic Clowes Memorial Hall hosting diverse performances. Residents can explore the scenic beauty of Holcomb Gardens, a botanical retreat adjacent to the university, and enjoy numerous recreational facilities, including swimming pools and tennis courts, at The Riviera Club. The neighborhood also features unique shopping and dining options, including locally-owned Lunch Money Boutique, Kids Ink Children's Bookstore, and Byrne's Grilled Pizza at Butler-Tarkington's charming "Main Street" at 56th & Illinois.

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