Old National Centre

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Exterior photo of Old National Centre in Downtown Indianapolis
Exterior photo of Old National Centre in Downtown Indianapolis
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Situated in the heart of Indianapolis, the Old National Centre stands as a cherished landmark blending historic grandeur with modern entertainment. Originally erected in 1909 as the Murat Shrine Temple, its Moorish Revival architecture captivates visitors with intricate arches and ornate details. Renamed the Old National Centre, this venue offers a diverse array of performances, including concerts, Broadway shows, comedy acts, and lectures, across multiple unique spaces such as the grand Murat Theatre, the intimate Egyptian Room, and the versatile Grand Hall. With its rich history and dynamic programming, the Old National Centre remains an essential cultural destination, captivating audiences and preserving Indianapolis' architectural legacy.

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Downtown Indianapolis

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Find your home in the heart of the city! With eclectic neighborhoods from Mile Square to Fountain Square, endless events and attractions at venues like Lucas Oil Stadium and Military Park, and a wealth of history in Monument Circle, War Memorial Plaza, and beyond, downtown Indianapolis is the perfect balance of city dazzle and Midwest charm.

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