Monument Circle Tours

The Landmark that Made Indianapolis the "Circle City"

Indiana Landmarks’ free walking tour explores Monument Circle at the heart of Indianapolis, telling the story of the Circle from the original plan— the Governor’s home was supposed to sit in the center—to the scene you see today. You’ll hear about the Monument and the surrounding buildings, with pointers from Indiana Landmarks’ expert guides to fun details you might miss.

Monument Circle Tour

See the Circle Through New Eyes

Fridays & Saturdays, May through October

10 a.m., 1-hour tour departs from South Bend Chocolate Company, 30 Monument Circle

Free. No reservation required. No tour if it’s raining cats and dogs.

Wear comfortable shoes. The tour is accessible for people using wheelchairs.

Parking: If you have good parking karma, hunt for a spot on the street, or choose one of the parking garages close to the Circle, in the flanking blocks on Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Ohio streets. If you’re price conscious, park in the Circle Centre garage, entering on the south side of Washington Street just west of Meridian Street.

Another time? To arrange a group tour of Monument Circle on the date and time of your choosing for a fee, call our heritage tourism office, 317-822-7951, tourism@indianalandmarks.org.