Elegant and historic. Indiana Landmarks Center combines one-of-a-kind historic architecture with modern facilities in a stunningly adapted nineteenth-century church. Opened in April 2011 in Indianapolis's Old Northside, the restored Romanesque Revival-style venue has been retrofitted to host banquets, weddings, receptions, performances, seminars, meetings, lectures, films and other special events. A landscape courtyard offers on-site parking. If you need a premier space for your next event, look no further than the Indiana Landmarks Center.
The spectacular Grand Hall
is the crown jewel if the venue with a maximum seating capacity for up to 550 guests
. The Grand Hall includes state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems that meet stenciling, gilding and spectacular stained-glass windows under an ornate domed ceiling. Visit the Snappening spaces tab
to discover more about this stunning space.
The Cook Theater
, a rich all-wood space with a proscenium stage, accommodates a maximum of 370 seated guests
, or 550 cocktail-style reception guests
with flexible seating arrangements and adjacent meeting rooms. Explore how it can meet your needs at the Snappening spaces tab
Need a more intimate space? The Morrow Board Room
features a beautiful antique chandelier and a cozy fire place. The Board Room can host as many as 40 guests
seated in traditional boardroom style, or up to 100 guests
for a standing reception. It's the perfect space for a reception, meeting or dinner. Visit the Snappening spaces tab
to learn more.
With these elegant spaces and more be certain to consider Indianapolis Landmarks Center for your next:
- Wedding ceremony
- Wedding reception
- Birthday party
- Bridal shower or baby shower
- Graduation party
- Anniversary celebration
- Holiday party
- Fine arts performance/recital
- Corporate meeting
- Corporate conference
- Team building
- Product launch
- Association function
- Film screening
- Gala or fundraiser
- and more!
Indiana Landmarks, a statewide nonprofit preservation organization, owns and operates the Indiana Landmarks Center.