The restored 1870 Indianapolis Water Comapny pumping station provided the first public water service for Indianapolis and is included on the National Register of Historic Places. The Historic Pumphouse is currently home to the Park’s administrative offices. To the west and overlooking the White River, is a pavilion containing a memorial to Michael A. Carroll,
Salute America’s greatest heroes at this memorial celebrating the more than 3,400 Americans who have received our country’s highest award for military valor. While listening to stirring stories of courage and heroism recorded by Medal of Honor recipients, you can search the memorial’s etched glass (waves or sails) to find names of heroes from more than 15 conflicts dating back to the Civil War. Please check-in at the Congressional Medal of Honor Society website for more information and a full archive of recipients (searchable by various catagories).
Have questions about your visit? Want to buy a Park Pass? Check-in just off Washington Street in the “heart” of the Park. You will find a Park and city concierge, brochures, gift shop, maps, public restrooms, and more. Please call 800-665-9056 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your with your comments. See you soon where there is more to do than YOU ever!
A 6,000 sq ft garden at the Park’s crosspoint with opportunities to observe and engage in a working urban farm. Get Involved! Each crop variety has been chosen based on at least one of these distinctions: suited to urban growing conditions; promoting crop biodiversity or sustainable farm practices; heirloom, rare, or endangered that preserves agricultural and/or socio-cultural heritage; more.
Baseball Up Close (HOT CORNER GIFT SHOP) in Victory Field at White River State Park!MORE INFO
NCAA® History of Women in Intercollegiate Athletics exhibit!MORE INFO