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Indianapolis City Market

Indianapolis City Market

Established in 1886, the City Market is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In an Old World atmosphere, vendors offer fresh produce, meats and fish, imported coffees and baked goods. Specialty stands include gifts, flowers, candy, alterations and shoe and leather repair.

Cart vendors ranging from a portrait artist to various craft and jewelry designers add an ever-changing flavor to the market.

Lunchtime patrons can choose from a variety of menus, enjoy outdoor dining on one of the two plazas, listen to performances by local jazz musicians and experience the Original Farmers' Market every Wednesday, June through October.

Morris-Butler House

Morris-Butler House is a beautifully restored 1865 Second Empire-style home filled with rare furnishings and elegant decorations reflecting the lifestyle of an upper-class Indianapolis family.
Themed events and guided tours of the museum emphasize Victorian-era architecture, home decoration and 19th century history. Morris-Butler House, located in downtown's historic Old Northside neighborhood, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Indianapolis City Market was established in 1886
Indianapolis City Market was established in 1886



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