Whether you’d rather relax in a re-creation of an underground salt mine, mountain bike down miles of trails, play 18 holes designed by a legendary golf course architect, or just take in some fall colors on a quiet walk, Lawrence has something for you.
A camp in the city! Come to Camp Belzer for a one-of-a-kind interactive experience in a unique urban setting. Located just outside Interstate 465 in Indianapolis, we offer year-round opportunities for team building, rock climbing, and archery. Camp Belzer is open to everyone in the community!
The City of Lawrence and Arts for Lawrence were awarded a $5.8 million grant from the Lilly Endowment, Inc.'s Strengthening Indianapolis Through Arts and Cultural Innovation initiative to fund this project. The campus will include Theater at the Fort, the Sterret Center, a cultural plaza with an amphitheater, interactive public art, and a visual arts building with a gallery and space for art classes.
At Fort Harrison, landscape and history blend together at this unique setting on the north-east side of Indianapolis. The 1,700-acre park features walking and jogging trails, picnic sites, fishing access to Fall Creek and two national historic districts.
The Indianapolis Salt Cave, located in a historic firehouse in Indianapolis, Indiana, is a Halotherapy Wellness Center and Holistic Spa offering various types of salt therapies and holistic treatments.
This 7.6 acre garden is located on 46th Street, just east of Post Road. They grow produce that will be donated back to the community through The Cupboard and The Sharing Place food pantries. They also run a Next Generation Farmers Summer Youth Program to mentor kids and teach them about farming.
This all volunteer museum is located in Fort Harrison State Park near the visitor center. They host exhibits about the lives and history of the soldiers who once marched the grounds of old Fort Harrison. They are open weekends from 10 am to 4 pm in early spring and fall, and 10 am to 6 pm during the summer. Their weekday hours are dependent on available volunteer time. They host events throughout the year featuring outdoor camps with living historians and educational displays about different wars.
Old Oakland Golf Club is a private club founded in 1964. We offer a variety of memberships from Regular, Junior, Corporate and Social Membership Plans. The current owner, Stephen E. Sterrett purchased the club on July 1st, 2016 with a commitment to excellence and outstanding service to all the Members, families and guests of Old Oakland Golf Club.
Welcome to Restore Skin Therapy - a professional, holistic minded, ingredient focused studio offering facial services and treatments, massage therapy, and salt room therapy. Our estheticians specialize in graceful age management along with corrective and customized skin care services. We provide clients with the best non-invasive skin care in a calm environment with mindful attention to each client's needs. Our philosophy is always holistically minded as well as an ingredient based approach. We combine the latest in non-invasive technology and modalities with professional product lines, formulated for all skin types, with time-honored techniques to offer the best self care.
Today the Theater at the Fort, located in Historic Fort Benjamin Harrison is a 200-seat theater that is equipped with new lighting (LED) and sound equipment, concessions including beer/wine and box office staff in the lobby. Theater at the Fort has a proscenium, wood-floor stage, three traveling side-wing curtains on each side and one main curtain.
This memorial, the only one of its kind in the nation, was constructed to publically emphasize the honor brought to our state and nation by the sacrifices of Indiana military veterans. Self-guided tours of the memorial are available Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Opened in June 1997, the Benjamin Harrison YMCA was a collaboration of the Fort Benjamin Harrison Reuse Authority, the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis, and the City of Lawrence to redevelop and revitalize a historical part of our city and state. The property formerly served as a military athletic facility, where the Army trained physical fitness instructors.