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Travel back in time as you wander down cobblestone streets and gaze at restored 19th-century homes in this historic Indianapolis district. The square gained fame as the home of celebrated Hoosier poet James Whitcomb Riley.
Lockerbie Square is a small residential neighborhood at the northeast edge of downtown Indianapolis. Although it's an easy walk from downtown and right next to Mass Ave with all the shops and restaurants, when you step into Lockerbie Square, you feel very far away from...More
I'm so glad that we took the time to visit the Lockerbie District. It's a great place to take a walk along Massachusetts Ave. You'll see plenty of little shops and eating establishments. There are about three busy blocks. Don't miss any of them.
This is definitely worth a visit if you are in Indianapolis. The Square is located east of downtown where New York Street meets East Street. You can drive through all the streets and see all the old houses but parking is restricted everywhere in the...More
If you are in downtown Indianapolis, it's a nice little walk over to Lockerbie Square. This small residential neighborhood is beyond charming! There are adorable little cottage houses and one or two nearly mansion sized ones as well. The neighborhood is quiet and well-kept. It's...More
One could carve out a pretty good life here, Lockerbie next to Mass Ave, next to Rathskeller. Call it walking scale (index) or whatever new term works for human. But, don’t call it gentrified, at this point; Lockerbie is so old it must be on...More
I drove in from Michigan St. and parked on N. Park. It was a Saturday and I had no problem finding a spot, but I had to use a parking meter. It's $1.50 hr. If you're there on Sunday there's no charge. I only had...More