Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Park & Landmark for Peace Memorial

1702 Broadway St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
317-327-7461
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Open Dawn to Dusk daily



Named for Civil Rights Leader Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., this park has a rich history in the community. The site where Robert Kennedy gave his memorable speech the night King was assassinated in 1968, the park is home to the Landmark for Peace memorial sculpture, which honors the contributions of both slain leaders. The park features picnic shelters, outdoor pool, basketball court, softball field, playground.

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