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Getting Here

Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center
450 West Ohio Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202-3269

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From the North

Take I-65 South and exit at Martin Luther King Jr. St./West St. (exit 114). Continue south on West Street for about three-quarters of a mile. Turn left on New York Street. The entrance to our parking lot will be on your right.

From the South

Take I-65 North to I-70 West. Go west for just under one mile, and exit at West Street (exit 79A). Turn right onto West Street/Missouri Street and continue north for about a mile. You will pass the History Center at the corner of Ohio and West streets. Make a right at the next stop light, which is New York Street. The entrance to our parking lot will be on your right. 

From the East

Take I-70 West to I-65 North. Pass the first exit, go to the far-left lane, and exit at Martin Luther King Jr. Street/West Street (exit 114). Continue south on West Street for about three-quarters of a mile. Turn left onto New York Street. The entrance to our parking lot will be on your right. 

From the West

Take I-70 to the West Street exit (exit 79A). Make the first possible left (north) onto West Street/Missouri Street and go about a mile. You will pass the History Center at the corner of Ohio and West streets. Make a right at the next stop light, which is New York Street. The entrance to our parking lot will be on your right.

Public Transportation

IndyGo is Indianapolis’ public transportation service.  Most IndyGo routes serve the downtown area with several lines serving the History Center, including the Red Line IUPUI/Downtown Circulator as well as the Green Line Downtown/Airport Express for out-of-town visitors.  For help with trip planning, visit IndyGo’s Online Trip Planner or call (317) 635-3344.

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Special Notice

INDOT is launching an accelerated project that will close I-65 and I-70 between the north and south splits on the east side of downtown Indianapolis for approximately 59 days after Labor Day on Tuesday, Sept. 3.

Before you visit, please click here for detailed information and alternate routes.