PUBLIC TOUR: “DILLINGER & EASTSIDE NOTABLES”

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PUBLIC TOUR: “DILLINGER & EASTSIDE NOTABLES”

July 26 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

$7 – $10

This very popular walking tour includes the sections just north of the Waiting Station, which is a part of the cemetery not regularly covered on other walking tours. Bank robber John Dillinger’s grave will, of course, be one of our destinations. We will also stop at the graves of many other interesting and important people, and others – although unknown – have memorialized themselves with some rather unique monuments. This side of the cemetery features a number of beautiful angel statues and a couple of big lions.

  • Sunday afternoon walking tour! This is a Sunday afternoon walking tour that will cover about a mile at a comfortable pace for most. Participants will drive at the end to see the Indy skyline from the top of the Crown, the highest hill in Marion County with a 360-degree view of the entire city skyline!
  • Tickets:
    Purchase adult advance discount tour tickets and find much more tour info on Eventbrite.
    Tickets in advance are $7.00 (ages 18+), and $10 at the gate.
    Children ages 17 and under are free!*
    *All children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. (Student and child groups must arrange for a Private Group Tour.)
  • Where to meet: Inside 34th St. Gate in front of the Waiting Station at 3400 Boulevard Place. Arrive 10-15 min. early.

Visit the Crown Hill Heritage Foundation’s WEBSITE for more info about all our tours and events, history, nature, memorial trees, and to support our restoration, education, and beautification efforts.

Details

Date:
July 26
Time:
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Cost:
$7 – $10
Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/historic-public-tours-at-crown-hill-cemetery-2020-tickets-90438402697

Organizer

Crown Hill Heritage Foundation
Phone:
(317) 920-2644
Email:
mdavis@crownhill.org
Website:
www.crownhillfoundation.org

Venue

Crown Hill Cemetery’s 34th St. Gate Entrance
3400 Boulevard Place
Indianapolis, IN 46208
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