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Indianapolis, Indiana: Indianapolis Catacombs

Indianapolis provides guided tours of its "catacombs," actually the vaulted cellars of a downtown 19th century building destroyed by fire in 1958.

222 E. Market St., Indianapolis, IN
Tours depart from the west plaza of City Market. Tour reservations must be made in advance. Tour-takers must sign a liability waver, and must wear closed-toe shoes. If you have allergies, stay away.
Tours by appt only May-Oct. every other Saturday. (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Adults $12.
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Indianapolis Catacombs

Few people know that Indianapolis has its own catacombs from 1885, underneath City Market. They are what's left of Tomlinson Hall after a fire destroyed the building in 1958. Cost is minimal.

[Mark Smith, 08/03/2017]

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